Carolyn WaterfieldMarch 14,2013Carolyn Waterfield
NORTH CHITTENDEN — Carolyn Waterfield, 63, died March 7, 2013, at DHMC.
She was born in Elizabeth City, N.C., Oct. 11, 1949, the only child of Levy and Doris Kight of Riddle, N.C..
She graduated in 1967 at Camden County High School, Camden, N.C.
She worked as a ward secretary at Albenarle Hospital, E.C., N.C., and was co-owner of B&C Cleaning Co., Waterfield’s Guide Service and Good Ole Days Antiques in Vermont.
She leaves behind her beloved husband of 42 years, Bob, and her “miracle” son, Scott Waterfield and family, wife Hope and grandsons Daniel and Tyler.
Her passions included feeding birds, gardening, making awesome relish and cinnamon pickles, cooking, caring for her home and family, joining friends together for potlucks and serving her creator.
She will be best-remembered for her love, compassion, quickness to forgive, non-judgmental personality and most of all, her smile which she retained to the end.
A funeral service and potluck will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 16, at Roadside Chapel, (775-5805).
Contributions can be made to Foley Cancer Center, RRMC or to the Waterfield’s, Box 89, Middle Road, North Chittenden, VT 05763, to offset expenses.
Arrangement are under the direction of Pastor Rob Rainville at Roadside Chapel.
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