September 21, 1949 - June 24, 2020
Life Span of Alice K. Carroll Alice (King) Carroll was born September 21, 1949 in Clarendon County, South Carolina. God called her home on June 24, 2020 for her eternal reward. She was the daughter of the late Lillie (Lampkin) and James B. King. Alice was a “straight A” student and left South Carolina shortly after graduating from Manning High School. She moved to Maryland where she worked for several years in the garment industry. Alice met a kind gentleman (Miller) who became her husband. Alice accepted Christ as Savior at an early age. She loved reading the Bible. She was a part of several Bible Study groups. She grew up in Light Hill Church in S.C. and was a member of the New Elizabeth, the New Rehobeth and Arlington Baptist Churches in Baltimore, Maryland. Alice was employed with the Social Security Administration from February 1973 until the time of her passing. She was a trusted and dedicated employee who took pride in her work flourishing throughout her career in many different positions and earning many awards including Associate Commissioner’s Citation. She attended college at night to advance to her job. Alice enjoyed the simple things in life. She loved talking about Jesus, her family (especially her “grands”), her “work” sons and daughters and of course her flowers. She was a loving and extremely kind woman. She was skillful and creative and love to draw. Alice leaves to cherish her warm smile and loving memories with her loving husband, Miller, Sr., her son, Miller, Jr., daughter, Kimberli Nicole, daughter-in-law, Trena, Patricia Ann and Marie of South Carolina (which she took up as her own daughters upon their mother’s (Mary) passing; 7 grandchildren, Kristian, Kristinna, Karlyle, Karlley, Kaleb-Miller, Tyrone and Ashley; 19 great grandchildren, two brothers, James and Monroe King of South Carolina, sister-n-law Eunice (James) Anthony; aunts Lillie Mae Smiley and Ruby Lee King of South Carolina, Jannie King of New York and Dorothy Marie Robertson of South Carolina; and an array of other family, friends, and acquaintances. Weep for me if you must, but be it known I savored each day and treasured each moment I sincerely love everyone and have few regrets Miller is my life and joy, he is my “He-Man,” my hero Parting is such sweet sorrow. My family are a real joy, but my Father bids me come, and go I must (by Alice) Poems When we first met my life was suddenly changed It seems almost immediate how we became one of the same Our life was kind of hard, but we had the Lord on our side He always had control, so looking back it seemed an easy ride All that we been through I want to thank the Lord for you For He gave me a great gift, I know this to be true You have gone on to heaven now and from me taken a large part, but I have taken comfort I have another angel; I feel that in my heart I have lost my God given soul mate, my treasure, more than any amount of money God has called His faithful servant home, taking my “Big Honey” So, until the time we are finally in heaven and eternally reunited again I’ll just say I love you; I miss you, thank you Jesus and Amen Forever “Your Hero” Miller The day in which every child dreads has finally come to me The day in which I can no longer get that sweet kiss from my Mommie I would have held you here with me for all my days But I know you’re healed now, Mom no more pain to God be the Praise I still don’t see how I’m going to make it through Without the ability to pickup the phone & dial you My time will be hard to try to push on through For every day now I open my eyes without you My heart is broken but I’ll have to be strong God has made His decision & He is never wrong So for now my dear sweet “Baby Lady” I have to say good bye But my life will always be lived so that I will join you in His Holy Kingdom in the sky Lovingly submitted by your daughter Kim Oh Ma Ma you have finished your race and I’m so sad to see you go But, I couldn’t ask you to stay with you feeling so very low I’ll miss our long talks about the Lord and deeper meaning of life But I’ll take comfort knowing you found peace, no more stress and strife Seemed like the sky was even crying with all that rain With such a tough soldier called home, no longer fighting in life’s game Although I will have to be strong I’ll never be the same I had you twice as long as you had your mother so I won’t complain Until we meet again, at the pearly gates! Love, Jr.
Life Span of Alice K. Carroll Alice (King) Carroll was born September 21, 1949 in Clarendon County, South Carolina. God called her home on June 24, 2020 for her eternal reward. She was the daughter of the late Lillie (Lampkin) and James B.... View Obituary & Service Information
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