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Gail Galphin Cook
Both your mom and dad were friends with my mom and dad, Carolyn and Dick Galphin. I would see your mom when I visited schools as a board member. We would stop and catch up. Both of your parents were special people and I know they are celebrating being back together with their Lord and Savior.
Carol was a wonderful person kind and caring. I first knew her through her chaplain work at the hospital and later at MUMC. She will be missed.
As greeters at 11AM for years and then as Stephen Leaders for over a decade, we spent many hours sharing with each other. We spoke several times through the pandemic. You will be missed, Carol. I’m sure your faithfulness is being rewarded!
So sorry for your great loss. She will be greatly missed
Such a lovely lady and good friend. I've missed her so much since I left Fernandina. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.
Jan and Jim Day
So sorry to hear this sad news, always enjoyed seeing her smiling face every Sunday, prayers for the family.
My heart is broken. Carol was a friend and a joy to see each Sunday. Prayers for her family.
Carol K. Dunnagan
Carol Dunnagan, who loved to be called “Mama Carol” by her grandkids, passed away unexpectedly on July 22, 2021.
Carol was born in Salisbury, North Carolina on March 28, 1933 to Arthur and Mary Kluttz.
She was a graduate of Catawba College.
Carol was mother to Bill (Donna) and David (Melanie). She raised her children with love and devotion with her late husband William B. Dunnagan. Besides her children, Carol is survived by her sister, Doris Blanchard (Hampton, Virginia) and brother, Warren Kluttz (Nebo, North Carolina). Carol will be greatly missed by four loving grandchildren, Jason (Tori), Danielle, Maureen (Garrett), Seth (Katherine) and one great grandson, Ford. She will also be missed by numerous nieces and nephews.
Carol was a Social Worker for school systems in both Winston-Salem, North Carolina and Fernandina Beach, Florida. Following the death of her husband, Carol was instrumental in bringing the grief support program, Stephen Ministries, to Memorial United Methodist Church. Carol was also devoted to comforting patients at Baptist Medical Center Hospital where she volunteered as an associate chaplain for 26 years.
A Celebration of Life service will be held at Memorial United Methodist Church on Friday, July 30th.
The family will receive friends from 10:00 am until the time of the service at 11:00 am. A graveside service will be held on Saturday, July 31st when she will be laid to rest in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
In lieu of flowers, donations to Memorial United Methodist Church can be made in Carol’s name.