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Carolyn Prather Armstrong
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Birth: Jul. 19, 1958
Death: Jun. 19, 2003

Carolyn Prather Armstrong, 44, of 995 Highway 357 died June 19, 2003, at Greenville Memorial Hospital.

A native of Greenville County, she was the daughter of Donald C. and Fay Burgess Prather of Greer and the wife of Keith M. Armstrong.

She was an employee of Central Carolina Bank and was a member of Zoar United Methodist Church, where she was a Sunday school teacher.

Surviving in addition to her husband are a daughter, Amy Carol Armstrong of the home; and one sister, Rhonda P. Turner of Landrum.

Visitation will be from 7 to 9 tonight at The Wood Mortuary.

Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at Zoar United Methodist Church, conducted by the Revs. Richard Hopper, Jimmy Harper and Gerald Johnson. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.

The family is at the home. 
 
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 Parents:
  Fay Burgess Prather (1939 - 2013)
 
Burial:
Zoar United Methodist Church Cemetery
Greer
Spartanburg County
South Carolina, USA
 
Maintained by: The Navigator
Originally Created by: M. D. Crain
Record added: May 11, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 26760961
Carolyn <i>Prather</i> Armstrong
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Carolyn <i>Prather</i> Armstrong
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Carolyn, we miss you. Your passing left a huge hole in our family that has yet to heal.
- The Navigator
 Added: Jun. 24, 2013

- Searcy-Marquess
 Added: Jun. 17, 2012

- Kelly Jane O
 Added: Dec. 3, 2008
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