Deanna Jean Carroll, of Canton Texas passed away February 21st, 2022 at Avante’ Rehabilitation Center in Irving Texas.
She was born September 15, 1937 to Dorothy Louise Kiefer and Charles Asbury of Cleveland, Ohio. Her parents and siblings all preceded her in death.
She married Theodore F. Carroll on November 5th, 1960 in Cleveland Ohio. They resided in Irving, Texas for 15 years and moved to Canton, Texas for 49 years until her death on February 21st, 2022.
Deanna attended Business School when she was 17. She worked at several companies including Man Power, Central Freight, and Kaufman Tool & Machine. When she moved to Canton she decided to stay at home to raise her family.
Deanna enjoyed participating in Equestrian Events, including showing, endurance rides, and trail rides. She raised half Arabians and enjoyed that for many years. Her favorite Horse was Cinnamon, a horse with as much spirit as Deanna. Deanna was a member of the Texas Yellow Rose Society for over 30 years. She hosted many of the Rose Society picnics, where they did plant exchanges at their property, along with a hot dog roast, which Ted proudly cooked for everyone. At one point Deanna had over 200 different varieties of roses. She loved spending time with her horses, cats, and growing beautiful gardens. Most of all she felt she was blessed with a loving family! Deanna was a member of the First United Methodist Church, Canton, Texas and was a member there till her death in 2022.
Deanna is survived by four children, David Carroll (Kari) of Schofield Wisconsin, Evette Mitchell (Keith) of Double Oak Texas, Chris Carroll of Arlington Texas, and Ric Carroll ( Katia) of Irving Texas. Eight grandchildren, Erika Patin (Michael), Derek Carroll, Lindsay Carroll, Danielle (Hunter) Hezmall, Chase Mitchell, Kelsey Carroll, Makayla Carroll, Aryanna Carroll, and five great grandchildren.
A visitation will be held on Tuesday March 8th, 2022 from 10:30 to 11:30 AM at First United Methodist Church in Canton, Texas followed by a celebration of life.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to www.worldwildlife.org. The Carroll family wants to send a sincere thank you to the Avante’ Rehabilitation Center care staff for their special care.