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Celebrating the life of
Carol Virginia Blanck
January 29, 1940 - January 31, 2019
As prayer warriors, we must remember that no matter how hopeless a situation may appear to us, God gives us power in prayer to do something about it.
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Islands Chapel
912-898-0900
  • Celebration of Life
  • 4:00pm - Saturday, February 09, 2019
  • First Baptist Church of the Islands
  • 6613 Johnny Mercer Blvd (Map)
    Savannah, Georgia 31410

  • 912-897-2142

May fond memories and the love of one another continued to comfort and strengthen the Blanck family for your loss. Please know that God is close to the broken-hearted. He will continue to help you get through these most difficult times “Psalm 147:3” and “2 Corinthians 1:3,4”

Sheila, Lawrenceville ,

May GOD Comfort all of you in this time of grief. Know that we are Praying for all of you.

Carrie & Brian Tedford , Maryville , TN

The Miller Cousins in Ma. certainly will miss your lovely happy face, and your unique voice, Cousin Carol. You will be missed and are loved. Thank you for always including us in your visits. RIP dear Cousin!

The Miller Cousins, Orange, Ma.

Carol was the type of Lady that when you were around her you felt like you were in a non-stop hug. Everything about her was always so cozy. I use to love to go spend the night with Christie because I couldn’t wait for breakfast...homemade donuts...warmed syrup on huge waffles...hmmmm...I took those traditions (and others) and used them for my children. Carol you were always one of my most favorite people that walked this planet and I thank you from the bottom of my heart for loving me the way you did. I’m sorry that I won’t see you for a while, but I am so thrilled that you’re back with your family. Love you, Shaunte

Shaunte Lane Alvarado, Sanford , Fl

My Beautiful Aunt You were always so caring and it showed in how you treated everyone and the way you showed it with tokens of your many talents with a painting that you painted, a ceramic piece you made just for that individual with the famous trademark "PAX" to this day i have no idea what that stood for but I always knew it came from you. You always kept in touch with us over the years. The one thing I learned the most from You and your beautiful daughters is LOVE COVERS a multitude of sins (wrongs) to LOVE is so much easier than Hate. Thank you for so many memories and life lessons you will be missed but NEVER FORGOTTEN! In my heart you will be remembered. See you in eternity! Much Love, your niece Wendy Los

Wendy S Los, North Augusta, SC

SAVANNAH – Carol Virginia Los Blanck (79), died January 31, 2019, at Summer Breeze Assisted Living Center in Savannah, GA, under the care of Pruitt Hospice. She passed peacefully, surrounded by family.

Carol was born on January 29, 1940, in Norwalk, CT, and before her final move to Savannah lived in Connecticut, Florida, and North Carolina.

Carol was an avid Prayer Warrior, spending a considerable amount of time in prayer as an intercessory for many. Those prayers will span generations. She was a beloved mother, both to her own children, and to many others who needed a surrogate mother in their lives. She was a talented artist and always quick with her wit and smile. She gave her love freely and fiercely, and made sure those around her always felt appreciated, loved, and understood. She is a treasured gift in the lives of so many, and the ripples of her loss will spread far and wide.

Carol was preceded in death by her husband, Bradford Davies Blanck, as well as her daughters, Barbara Hunnicutt and Christy B. Hurlebaus.

She is survived by her son-in-law, Greg Hurlebaus (Shannon); Granddaughters: Danielle Catron (Katie White), Brandi Anuskewicz, Shannon Hurlebaus (Esteban Valencia);Grandson: Adam Hurlebaus (Rachel);Great-Granddaughter: Ansley Usher; Great-Grandsons:  Jacob Jordan, Ethan Hurlebaus, Leonardo Valencia; Sisters: Betsy Higgins (Marlin) and Candace Lyons (Jeff), as well as a brother, John Los (Joyce – Deceased). She is also survived by multiple nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be held in her honor on Saturday, February 9, 2019, at 4:00pm. It will take place in the Chapel of the First Baptist Church of the Islands, Savannah, GA.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that you make a donation to Pruitthealth Hospice, 9100 Whitebluff Road, Suite 305, Savannah, GA, 31406.

 

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May fond memories and the love of one another continued to comfort and strengthen the Blanck family for your loss. Please know that God is close to the broken-hearted. He will continue to help you get through these most difficult times “Psalm 147:3” and “2 Corinthians 1:3,4”

Sheila, Lawrenceville ,

May GOD Comfort all of you in this time of grief. Know that we are Praying for all of you.

Carrie & Brian Tedford , Maryville , TN

Candle tribute lit by Carrie Tedford — Tennessee

Candle tribute lit by Desiree Develder Meese — Colorado

The Miller Cousins in Ma. certainly will miss your lovely happy face, and your unique voice, Cousin Carol. You will be missed and are loved. Thank you for always including us in your visits. RIP dear Cousin!

The Miller Cousins, Orange, Ma.

Carol was the type of Lady that when you were around her you felt like you were in a non-stop hug. Everything about her was always so cozy. I use to love to go spend the night with Christie because I couldn’t wait for breakfast...homemade donuts...warmed syrup on huge waffles...hmmmm...I took those traditions (and others) and used them for my children. Carol you were always one of my most favorite people that walked this planet and I thank you from the bottom of my heart for loving me the way you did. I’m sorry that I won’t see you for a while, but I am so thrilled that you’re back with your family. Love you, Shaunte

Shaunte Lane Alvarado, Sanford , Fl

Candle tribute lit by Steve — South Carolina

My Beautiful Aunt You were always so caring and it showed in how you treated everyone and the way you showed it with tokens of your many talents with a painting that you painted, a ceramic piece you made just for that individual with the famous trademark "PAX" to this day i have no idea what that stood for but I always knew it came from you. You always kept in touch with us over the years. The one thing I learned the most from You and your beautiful daughters is LOVE COVERS a multitude of sins (wrongs) to LOVE is so much easier than Hate. Thank you for so many memories and life lessons you will be missed but NEVER FORGOTTEN! In my heart you will be remembered. See you in eternity! Much Love, your niece Wendy Los

Wendy S Los, North Augusta, SC


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