Carol Ann Rivers



Carol Ann Rivers, 74. Sunrise January 7, 1939 in Cleveland, OH and Sunset January 19, 2013 in Columbus, OH. Carol was a retired Guidance Counselor with Columbus City Schools. She was a member of AKA Sorority, TWIGS, the National Alliance of Black School Educators and New Journey Christian Ministries where she served with the Deaconess Board and Missionary Society. Carol was preceded in death by her parents Melvin and Elsie Thomas, sister Emma (Perry) Harvey, brother Melvin Thomas and sister Rachel (James) Gay. Left to cherish her memory, daughter Stefanie (James) Rivers Morgan, son Lorin (Sandra) Rivers, sisters Delores (Wavey) Junior and Susan ______________________, brother Benjamin (Dawn) Thomas, grandchildren Lorin Xavier Rivers, Kiara Rivers Morgan, Elijah Rivers Morgan, Matthew Rivers Morgan and Jacobi Rivers Morgan and a host of other family and friends.

Condolence Messages

  1. Lonnie, Stefanie, and family please accept my condolence for your loss. Many years ago Ms. Rivers was my teacher and I must say she left an impact on me. Such a beautiful and wonderful person who will never be forgotten but yet always remembered.

  2. Brenda Brown and family

    To the family of Sis. Carol Rivers, Earth has no sorrow that Heaven does not heal. Our thoughts and prayer are with you. She was a very special Woman. She will be miss sitting in her seat. The Entire Family of Rev. Brenda, Preston Brown .

  3. To. The Family of Ms. Rivers I have known her sense me and Kewana worked at Jack's back In the day she was a very sweet and lovely lady I didn't know her very well but she always talked to me when she came in the store and when she would drive up Fairwood and I be in the drive way she would always blow and wave she will be missed but not forgotten you all have my sincere condolences.

  4. Iris Cooper, Mica McCord, and Malik McCord

    To the family of dead Soror Carol:
    Ms. Rivers was our counselor when our family was experiencing turmoil through divorce and a custody battle. She was the kindest, most intuitive person I know and we loved her like a real family member. She was so classy and such an entrepreneur. We count her as a blessing from God. We loved her and will miss her.

  5. Ms. Willa Valdez & Family

    To the Family,
    What a wonderful memory, and truly a sorrowful loss, remembering you in my prayers, God is Good.
    Lovingly Willa Valdez & Family

  6. Wow, is all I can say seeing Mrs Rivers face again. She was so special to me when I was a child. She was always kind and understanding when I was facing problems at home I will always remember her! I am so sorry for your loss but she had a wonderful purpose here on earth and in what I know of her she fulfilled what she was sent here to do log ago. May you have peace in knowing she is in good hands.

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