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Carolyn Sue Pullen
(September 9, 1949 - January 21, 2018)

A graveside service for Carolyn Sue Pullen of Winona, formerly of Memphis, Tennessee, will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday,
January 27, at New Hope Methodist Cemetery in Winona.  Rev. Linda Malone will officiate the service.  Pallbearers will be Barry
Eskridge, Jeff Wilson, John Alexander, Andrew Wilson, Jon Eskridge, and Sidney Castle.

Ms. Pullen, 68, died at her residence on January 21.  She was born in Grenada on September 9, 1949, and was the daughter of the
late J. D. and Winnie Pullen.  She was a housekeeper and an avid animal lover.  In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death
by her sisters, Betty Eskridge and Jeanette Shirley.

Survivors include two nieces, Lynne Wilson and Beth Alexander; one nephew, Barry Eskridge; her brother-in-law, James Shirley; and
several great-nieces and great-nephews.

Graveside Service
Saturday, January 27      10 am
New Hope Cemetery
Betty B. Brower

My love goes out to each of you in the death of Carolyn.  I know how much she was loved by her family.  If I can be
of help please let me know.  Prayers for all of you.

Norma Costilow

So sorry to hear about Carolyn.  We enjoyed having her at Jeanettes for Christmas..  love and prayers for all of you.

Debbie Coke

Carolyn,  you have earned your angel wings. Fly, Fly, Away, my sweet angel. I'll look for your spirit nearby in my
daily toil. I'll feel your happiness in a song. I'll hear your laughter in a crowd.  I'll see your essence in the daily sun.
Your soul lives on in my heart. You are beautiful.

Thomas & Betty Mills

We were sorry to hear about Carolyn Sue.  All it the Pullen girls were a sweet bunch.

Linda Oakley-Collins

"Carolyn Pullen" sounds strange to my ears but CP is sweet music! Girl, I can't believe you are gone! We had plans
to spend time together in warmer weather and I was so looking forward to it. Now I will trust my memory to hear
your laughter, hear your voice, see your smile and think on days gone by. You were infectious to be around. You made
me laugh when I didn't want to!!! There is joy in knowing you are no longer in pain and you can be with your sweet

Family members, I hope you will one day know that many people loved your Carolyn. She was a joy to know but boy
could she set you straight if she needed to do so! My heart hurts for all of CP's family and all of us that you have
never met.  

My prayers are with each of you. She loved her family and was so proud of you!

Elizabeth Allison

I love you so much.  God has called you home to glory.  You are one of my very best friends and you will be truly
missed.  I know you are an angel flying high now.  I want to live my life in a way that I can see you again my sweet
friend.  You will forever be know in my heart as my sweet pea.  One day I will see your sweet face again.
Love your Lizzy!

marybeth caruthers

Going to miss you so very much, Rest In Peace my friend !
September 9, 1949
January 21, 2018