In Memory

Caroline Elizabeth Brock

Caroline Elizabeth Brock



 
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03/06/10 11:09 PM #1    

David Berry

Carrie was a sweetheart and a free thinker, far ahead of her time. Basically she did what she pleased and could give a damn what anyone thought about it. I only met Carrie my senior year in high school, I wish I had met her earlier. Never saw or heard from her again after I graduated, until I ran across her name in Classmates dot com in early 1996 and wrote her a message to say hello, and ask how she was doing..I never got a reply.

Then, in 1998 (or 1999), I had a dream about Carrie, that she was in trouble and needed my help. I thought it so strange at the time that I should dream about Carrie after all those years and after what was really a very short relationship in hogh School. Then sadly, in 2001 I asked Debbie Friedrich whether Carrie had checked in for the reunion plans and I was told she had passed away. To this day I wonder why I dreamed of Carrie, and why did she leave such an impression upon me? I'll never know, but I think of her often.  

Dave Berry

 

This is Copy write Houston Chronicle:

CAROLINE (CARRIE) ELIZABETH BROCK

 

Sunday 01/28/2001 Houston Chronicle, Section Unknown, Page , Edition

 
 
CAROLINE (CARRIE) ELIZABETH BROCK, age 47, died January 25, 2001. Carrie was a special person who touched in a special way the lives of all who knew her. Carrie graduated magna cum laude from Spring Woods Senior High School in Houston. She was an accomplished gardener, seamstress, cook, artist and a member of the Society of Creative Anachronisms. Her mother, Mary Eloise Brock, preceded Carrie in death on September 24, 2000. Her father, S. W. (Jim) Brock, Jr.; brothers, Michael Brock and wife, Janet, and Dennis Brock and wife, Cindy; sister, Julia Brock; other relatives and many friends survive her. Her two cats of which she was particularly fond, Tootsie and Billcat, will miss Carrie. Her "little sister, Julia," will especially miss her. Memorial donations in Carrie's memory may be made to the American Diabetes Association. A Memorial Mass is scheduled for 7:00 p.m., Thursday, February 1, 2001, at St. Bernadette Church, corner of El Dorado Blvd, and El Camino in Clear Lake.

 


03/24/10 12:51 PM #2    

Delaine Worley (Litman-Hohenfeldt)

Carrie was one of the funniest girls I knew in school! She used to say some the darnedest things and gave me a most unusual book one year for my birthday. Loved hanging out with her and Bruce White. Sorry she's no longer with us.

05/06/10 07:41 PM #3    

Edward Williams

 Carrie was a neighbor and a friend. She was as smart as anyone I ever met and had a tongue as sharp as a razor. She was droll, ironic, and had a wicked wit that she never hesitated to use if you teed it up for her. Carrie was one of the first persons I ever knew who did what she wanted, thought what she wanted, and cared not one iota what anyone else thought about her because of it. I respected her for that.

 


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