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Carol Shenk Cauble, 81, went to her heavenly home to be with Jesus on Monday, September 14, 2020.
She was born August 27, 1939 to the late Grady Curlee Shenk and Violet Stone Shenk of Salisbury. Mrs Cauble was a graduate of Granite Quarry High School (class of 1957) where she proudly received medals for shorthand and typing. She lived a highly active and productive life, coaching basketball and softball in Derita Athletics Association, bowling, volunteering at Weddington Hills School’s kindergarten for seven years, cross stitching, and working as a church secretary for 10 years.
Additionally, she loved her church (River of Life) where she faithfully served as Leader of the Greeters Ministry while still being an active member of the Administrative Team, Happy Hearts Group and the Gathering Place. Perhaps her greatest joy, however, were family gatherings with her husband where she could admire their children, grandchildren and especially their great grandchildren.
She is survived by her loving husband James Edward ‘J.E.’ Cauble whom she married September 28, 1957; sons James Edward ‘Jay’ Cauble, Jr.. of Mooresville and Kerwin Lee Cauble (Kim) of Concord; daughter Loree Cauble Hall (Wayne) of High Point; sister, Judy Shenk Walton; grandchildren Meredith Smith (Patrick) of Richmond, Virginia, Jeremy Hall (Gelsey) of Morrisville, Matthew Cauble (Stephanie) of Concord, Jenna Hall of Raleigh, and Wyatt Cauble of Palm Bay, Florida; great grandsons Grayson and Nolan Cauble; and was looking forward to meeting her great granddaughter in December. She was also loved and will be missed by many friends and her entire church family.
There will be an open visitation from 5:00 PM to 6:00PM on Monday, September 28, 2020 at River of Life Church, 1945 Old Earnhardt Road, Kannapolis, NC 28083. All are welcome but please note social distancing protocols will be in place. Later, there will be a private family celebration of her life which will be livestreamed.
Memorials: In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to River of Life Church building fund, 1945 Old Earnhardt Road, Kannapolis, NC 28083 in her name.
Carolina Cremation is honored to serve the Cauble family. Online condolences may be made at www.carolinacremation.com.
Frances Hollingsworth says
We are truly going to miss you my sweet carol. I rejoice in knowing that you are with Jesus and are no longer sick. Our lives will not be the same but we know you will be waiting to see us again. I can only imagine the joy and smile on your face when you entered those heavenly gates. Til we meet again. Frances Hollingsworth
Danny Paxton says
You will be missed so much when I look back over the congregation and you’re not there it will be sad we love you so much but we’ll see you soon and very soon
Kaymah Yancy says
You will surely be missed. I look forward to those hugs every time I go to church. You were such a lovely woman. Rest in peace mama.
Pat Tritt says
Carol was a very dear friend for over 40 years. I have several wonderful cross-stitch pieces she did for me. Loved her chicken salad. A special special lady. I know how much she loved her church. Will miss her but know I will see her again in heaven. Praying for the family during this time of sorrow and celebration of her life. ????????
Yatta Marnwenh says
Ms Carol. It was such a warm feeling seeing you in church. Your smile at the door made us feel loved and welcome. Thanks for being such true woman of faith and living example of a believer in Christ. We’re going to miss seeing you in church. I know you’re going to have that smile on your face when we meet again on that faithful day. Saying a special prayer for you entire family.????????????????
I have been friends with Carol for many years. I have great memories of bowling together. Having lunches together. She was a great cook. She loved her family. She loved her church family. She will be missed very much.
Robin Forbis says
I am truly blessed to of been able to call Carol my friend and extended family. She helped teach my sons and led them to know Jesus and for that I am forever grateful. If you knew Carol then you know how much she loved the lord. She was truly a light in this dark world. I look forward to the day when I’ll see her again. Rest In Peace.
tyrone and Joyce Ivey says
We will really miss you Carol. You were a special lady. Won’t be the same without you. We love you and will see you again soon.
Sue Page Kirby says
JE hope you remember me. I was friends with Carolin high school at Boyden, went with her to all activities at Granite until she made new friends. I loved her so much and so sorry we lost contact with each other. I didn’t know she was in Kannapolis so close. I celebrate that she was a Christian and will once again see her in heaven. Would have loved seeing her and talking with her. Best to your family.
Debbie and Doug Smith says
So sorry for your loss. May God give you strength and comfort.