Felicia Diane Carey

In Memorial

Felicia (Lisa) Diane Carey was born February 21, 1968 in Columbus, Ohio at the Ohio State University Hospital to Eddie Fair and Glory Carey-Pratt. Felicia entered into complete communion with the Lord Jesus Christ on February 27, 2010.

Felicia accepted the Lordship of Jesus Christ as a child and was reared as a Christian at Cornerstone Pentecostal Church under the tutelage of Bishop Wilbert L. Butler. During her membership, she was an active member of the youth & adult choir, served on the usher-board, active in the teen ministry. It was there she learned to trust in the Lord with all thine heart, and lean not into thy own understanding.

Felicia was a 1986 graduate of Linden-McKinley High School located in Columbus, Ohio. She was recognized and awarded her senior year for Student Council, Main Office Monitor, “Ms. Know It All,” and Biggest Pest. After high school, Felicia pursued her dreams in becoming a Licensed Hair Stylist by obtaining her diploma from the Nationwide Beauty Academy in Cosmetology in 1988. Felicia later went on to establish her own business by starting Bless the Children Childcare. Felicia was a dear friend to all those whom she came in contact with in spite of her thinking that she had all the answers to every problem; again “Ms. Know It All!”

The BEST THING that ever happened to her was on November 1, 1996! JORDAN Da’Vail Carey, her handsome, slim, good looking son was born into this world! Nothing else can compare point blank period!

Over the past 8 years Felicia rededicated her life back to the Lord and was a devoted Christian and member of Power & Glory Ministries under the tutelage of Pastor Sherry & Apostle Maurice Broomfield of Columbus, Ohio.

Felicia is preceded in death by her grandmother Viola Carey-Johnson, aunt Helen Nadine Carey, nephews Donald Isaiah Turns and Tajuan Darnell Stoumile, Jr. Felicia leaves to cherish her memories and celebrate her home-going; son Jordan D. Carey, mother Glory Pratt, father Eddie Fair, sisters Cathey Fountain, Susie Carey, Karen Carey-Granger, brothers Alfonza Carey, Jr. & Brian Carey, special God-daughters Sharing & Caring, aunts, uncles, and a host of nephews & nieces.

Condolence Messages

  1. My Condolences to the family. I miss you Felicia Carey. I will see you again one day. Put in a good word for me.

    Love
    Wanda Gaines

  2. David & Elder Janice Thompson :

    With deepest sympathy to the family and Jordan. God will dry all of your tears; Look to God for everything.
    Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In ALL thy ways acknowledge him, and He SHALL direct thy path. Pro.3:5-6

  3. Brian and Family:

    Thinking of you in your time of sorrow–remembering you in my prayers.

  4. Carmen Charlton :

    Carey family, I send my deepest sympathy and condolences in your time of loss. Lisa will truly be missed. Jordan, Stay Encourage. I love you.

  5. To my 2nd family I send my prayers to you. I'll miss my dear friend already..She will be always in my heart and I will cherish the fun times that we shared….Love Tonya Black And Family

  6. To the Carey Family,

    My prayers and thoughts are with you. I will miss Felicia's laughter and strong-will spirit. No more suffering. Jordan, your Mother loved you so much. Remember all of her wishes and dreams for you. May God continue to watch over you and guide you to being the man He and your Mother wanted you to be.

    Love,
    Buttons

  7. Felicia…you will be truely missed…you were always there for me to talk to and loved when you made cookies from scratch when I would stay the night…and I thank you so much for that…you were a HUGE part of our family and we love you and will always have a special place in our hearts for you…no more pain, no more suffering..RIP Felicia…Jordan, your mother loved you SO much…remember we are here for you….love you always and forever…your God sister

  8. SISTER ELIZABETH JONES :

    MAY THE LORD BLESS AND COMFORT
    THE FAMILY OF OF FELICIA CAREY
    DURING THEIR TIME OF SORROW. MY PRAYER ARE WITH YOU AND REMEMBER
    GOD IS NOT GOING TO GIVE US MORE THEN WE CAN BARE.
    IN CHRISTIAN LOVE

  9. Talya Small-Horton :

    My sincere and deepest condolences go out to you and your beautiful family! I remember this times we shared at Cornerstone–Felicia was such a loud and happy person and I feel honored to have known her. I know you will miss her, but I pray that you find comfort in knowing that she is now safe in HIS arms. 2 Corinthians 5:8

    Love, Talya

  10. Tamara Horton - Dallas TX :

    I come home every year from Dallas and I have been trying to find her for the past couple of years. I just got to Columbus to bury my uncle and was trying to look her up. Sad sad day. Good woman and she will be missed….

  11. Joy Lattimore :

    I am so, so sorry to learn of Felicia’s passing. I wrote her last year to give her the good news of my husband’s success and I just thought that she had moved. I hope she passed peacefully. She used to do my braids back in the late 90’s. I will miss her she was such a good person! She rest now in God’s embrace.

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