Carol Ann Medlin Carlyle, 63, passed away Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at St Joseph of the Pines, Southern Pines, NC.

Following Carol’s wishes, the family would invite you to a Celebration of Her Life, from 3 to 5 PM, Saturday, March 3, 2018 at Carthage First Baptist.

Carol was a native on Moore County and a graduate of Union Pines High School.  She was a loving daughter, mother and grandmother.  Carol enjoyed spending time with her children and reading to her grandchildren.  She was very talented in painting, cross stitch and many different crafts. She worked for many years as an Administrative Assistant in both government and law offices. Family and friends will remember her gentle and loving spirit. She was a daughter of the late Samuel Richard and Shirley Gaddy Medlin and was preceded in death by brothers: Ricky and Joe Medlin.

Carol is survived by daughter: Heather Carlyle; son: Jason Carlyle and wife Jennifer; grandchildren: Jada, Hailey, Faith, Sophie, Tucker; brothers: Jeff and Mike Medlin; and many friends.

Memorials may be made to: Pineywood Baptist Church, 1552 US Hwy 1, Cameron, NC 28326 or First Baptist Church of Carthage, P O Box 824, Carthage, NC 28327.

Fry & Prickett Funeral Home is assisting the Carlyle family.



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  1. Carol and I were friends during our high school years. She was a wonderful friend. We just reconnected in the last two years and it seemed like high school all over. She will be greatly missed.

  2. Carol never met a stranger even if we were out shopping and someone asked her for assistance she would spend as much time as they needed to help them. The short time at St Joseph she had made friends with staff and residents. Carol is my best friend and w

  3. Carol you were loved by so many and will be missed. From school, West End Legion Hut dances, marriage, children grandchildren, and watching Jeff play banjo. I just cant believe your gone. RIP Sweet Lady. Prayers- 

  4. I am sadden to hear of Carol’s passing. – We both attended school from the third grade until graduating from Union Pines HS. – Carol was such a beautiful woman and she was so nice to everyone she met. – Although I was not that popular in school, she was s

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