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Mrs. Carolyn Sue Pierce of Woodward, Oklahoma went to meet her Heavenly Father on Friday the 9th of June, 2017. She was loved and cherished by all. She will be dearly missed, but not forgotten and she will live in our hearts forever.

Memorial services will be at 2pm on June 20, 2017 at the Faith United Methodist Church located at 14th and Texas, in Woodward, OK.

Survivors include her husband and soulmate Roy D. Pierce of Woodward, Oklahoma; two daughters, Melissa Gilbert, Montgomery, Alabama and Teresa Dunham, Mobile, Alabama; one son William Rylee, Ft. Worth, Texas; sister, Peggy McGarty, Reform, Alabama; three brothers, Billy Joe Spencer, Mobile, Alabama, David D. Spencer, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and Richard A. Spencer of Duncanville, Alabama; four grandchildren, Nicholas Brigandi, Daniel Dunham, Brandon Dunham, and Keeton Rylee; four great grandchildren, Tyla Brigandi, Taylor Dunham, Tristan Dunham, and Ryder Dunham.

She was preceded in death by her father David Spencer, mother Ruth Spencer and brother Johnny Lee Spencer.

Carolyn Sue Pierce was born on July 7, 1947 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, to David and Ruth Spencer of Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Carolyn Pierce married Roy D. Pierce, from Texas, on September 2, 1995 at Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. They moved to Woodward, OK to start a new life together.

Carolyn has many friends that will truly miss her. She also belonged to the Woodwardettes Extension Club. She was always the first to give of herself to anyone in need.

God saw you were getting tired and a cure was not to be. So he put his loving arms around you and whispered "come to or with me." With tearful eyes I watched you , slowly fade away, although I loved you dearly, I will not make you stay. A golden heart stopped beating, hard working hands are at rest, God broke my heart to prove to me, He only takes the best...

I love you today and tomorrow and always...
Published on June 16, 2017
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