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Celebrating the life of

Carole Patricia Anthony

July 12, 1946 - May 23, 2024

Carole Patricia Anthony

Carole Patricia Anthony born in Washington DC passed away at St. Joseph’s Hospital at the age of 77 due to complications of heart disease.

Carole’s early years were spent in Washington DC and nearby Maryland. When her father retired in from the Navy in 1960 the family moved to Savannah where Carole attended St. Vincent’s Academy.

Following graduation, she promptly went to work at Dixon Sheehan Lane Insurance where she was treasurer of the firm. Her next many years were spent working as a coordinator at the Rose of Sharon.

Carole immersed herself in the community of Savannah. As a devote Catholic and member of Daughters of Ireland, Generation One, and other groups, she was a communicant at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church for many years. She    later found fellowship at St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church.  Carole much enjoyed her many deep friendships and enjoyed social activities with her girlfriends.

Following her retirement Carole focused mostly on her father’s health, which was required. Steadfast in tending to Doug’s needs and providing him compassionate care, Carole was often found bringing him to the Senior Center, Savannah Bananas baseball games, or providing joy to all at The Social.

Preceded in death by her father Doug and loving mother Patsy Anthony, she is survived by brother Joe Anthony, cousins Linda Mason, Janet, Mark, & Jeffrey Anthony. Her wit, determination, and Southern humor followed her until her last days. Carole was a devoted and loving sister, daughter, and friend and will be sadly missed by all who love her.

A visitation will be from 2:00 until 4:00, Tuesday, May 28, 2024, at Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors Hodgson Chapel. A graveside service will be at 10:00, Wednesday, May 29, 2024, at the Catholic Cemetery




She was truly love by the community in which she served. Our condolences goes out to her family and brother Joe.

- Dale and Shelia Brannen, Dalton, Ga

I am so sorry and saddened to hear of Carole's passing. I have enjoyed her friendship so much with the Daughters of Ireland. Such a loving lady to be my friend. We will all miss her. Janice Sauers

- Janice Wallace Sauers, Savannah, GA

Joe, I am sorry for your loss. Carole was as exceptional person. She always thought of others. Our monthly Friday lunches will not be the same without her, but there are a lot of memories for us to share. Prayers from our group. LeRoyce, Kellie, Pam, Donna, Chrissy, Angela, Evelyn and Debbie

- LeRoyce Brown, Savannah, Ga

Joe, I'm so sorry for the loss of Carole, especially so suddenly following the death of father, Doug, at 101 years. You have been a devoted son and brother to them both. I've heard numerous stories of the myriad ways you spoiled Carole through the years. Carole, herself, was devoted to the care and well-being of her Dad. The angels are pleased with Carole's life of service.

- Kitty Roney, Opihikao, Hawaii

Gone but never far from your heart. Deepest sympathy for your loss.

- Robert Cobb, Richmond, Va

Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord.

- Jan (Holland) Ethridge , Alpharetta , Ga

Joe my prayers and thoughts are with you and family. We have lost a great friend.

- Pamela Ryals, Rincon, Ga

No nicer person….anywhere. Rest in peace Carole.

- Jane Patricia Harte , Savannah , Ga

I was so saddened to hear of the unexpected death of Carole. I saw her often at the Catholic Pastoral Center and so admired the way she cared for her elderly father. My sympathy to her brother, Joe. I know she's reaping the rewards of the beautiful life she led. God bless her.

- Roxie Bryant, Savannah, Georgia

She was a lovely person and I always enjoyed talking with her at the CARW luncheons. She’ll be greatly missed.

- Joyce Wallace, Savannah, GA

Joe, So sorry to hear of Carol's passing. Her life set a great example for many. Always enjoyed seeing her out, especially with your father for many years. Benny Wells

- Benny Wells, Savannah, Ga

Carole was such an integral part of CARW. Her dedication to the club as our Veteran Outreach Chair was respected and appreciated. She will be sorely missed. Our prayers of comfort go out to all members of her family.

- Marcia Smith, Savannah, GA

Carole was a wonderful person to me and my family. We had a great relationship during my career years in the Wellness Center with her and her dad. He was a great person too! Loved being around him and his talks! She loved my grandmother, Millie Roush, and she loved Carole too. May she rest in peace! God Bless! Laura Roush Garner Mike Roush Sr

- Laura Roush Garner, Savaah, Georgia

Joe, I am so very sorry for your profound loss. I am actually a distant cousin and Carole and I reminisced frequently about your parents and mine. I have memories of seeing your Mom and Dad at Oglethorpe Mall “people watching” with your grandmother and my mother always stopping for a long chat. Looked forward to seeing Carole at various SVA and Irish functions Prayers for you and your family.☘️

- Mary Cecile (Price) Stanley, Savannah, Ga

Carole was a lovely person and I enjoyed her as a fellow classmate at St. Vincent's. Wishing her family peace at this very sad time. RIP

- Margie Tracy, Blairsville, Georgia

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel