3/28/2020 – Carol V. Whitehead, De Kalb Junction

3/28/2020 – Carol V. Whitehead, De Kalb Junction

Mrs. Carol V. Whitehead, 79, passed away March 25th, at Canton-Potsdam Hospital, where she was admitted earlier in the day.

Per her request, there will be no calling hours or funeral. There will be a Memorial Service and a Celebration of Life near the end of July, with times and places to be announced.

Carol was born, September 1st, 1940, in Canton, the daughter of John and Mildred Doyle Cardinell. She graduated from Canton High School.

In March 1958, she married Oscar Whitehead in Richville. Mr. Whitehead died in a tractor trailer accident in 1974.

She worked as a Home Healthcare Aide for New York State in the St. Lawrence County area.

Carol was a member of the United Methodist Church in DeKalb Junction.

She enjoyed traveling to North Carolina to visit her grandkids and family.

Surviving are two daughters, Julie (Frank) Gleason of Ogdensburg, and Sue Ellen (Josh) Bowes of Cameron, North Carolina; four grandchildren, Connor Gray of Clayton, Maggie, Nathan, and Julia Bowes of North Carolina; two great grandchildren, Kolby and Kayla Sherer of Hope Mills, North Carolina; several brothers and sisters; nieces and nephews.

One son, Randy, died March 8th, 2015, in Heuvelton.

Donations can be made in her name to the DeKalb Volunteer Fire Department, 4323 US Highway 11, De Kalb Junction, N.Y. 13630.

Condolences

  1. Shannon McArdle Posted:

    I love you, Aunt Sis. You will be forever in my heart.

  2. Bonnie Law Posted:

    Julie and Sue Ellen, I am so sorry to hear of Sis’s passing. She truly was a amazing woman with a huge heart. May she rest in peace…

  3. Dianne and Ron Johnson Posted:

    Our recent meeting at the Moose sounded like all was well. Dianne and I are so sorry for your loss.
    We will toast your Mom at our next encounter!

  4. Julie Gleason Posted:

    You were my best friend mom. You are walking with a Randy in heaven. Your beautiful face will be missed today and tomorrow and many days to come. You were tired and you decided to go. I love you mom. Until we meet again

    • Dawn Brown Moore Posted:

      Julie and Sue my heart broke when my mom sent me the news. Growing up your mom was like a second mom. I have such great memories of her. She was one of the kindest, caring and most genuine person that I have had the pleasure of knowing. Sending my prayers and love to you both during this difficult time. Carol you will always have a special place in my heart. Heaven has gained a beautiful Angel.

  5. Laurie Noble Posted:

    Julie an Sue so sorry for your loss, thoughts an prayers to your families.

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