Carolyn E. Hampton

November 27, 1943 ‒ February 15, 2019

Delaware, Ohio

Carolyn E. Hampton, age 75 of Delaware passed away Friday, February 15, 2019 at Riverside Methodist Hospital, surrounded by her family.

She was born on November 27, 1943 in Delaware to the late George and Gladys (Jamison) Morgan. A graduate of Willis High School in 1961, she worked as an apartment manager with Metropolitan Housing before retiring.

Carolyn was a member of the Heart of the Cross Church in Marion as well as the Red Hat Society. She gave freely of her time and talents, donating hats and blankets that she made to the Marion Pregnancy Crisis Center in additional to many other worthwhile causes.

She is survived by her beloved husband of 56 years Thomas; sons: Scott (Kimberly) Hampton of Union, Mississippi, Jason (Ava) Hampton of Cardington, 5 grandchildren: Frankie, Jennifer, J.L., Nick, Nathanial; 5 great-grandchildren: Cyenna, Lanaya, Rielee, L.J., Nash, 2 expected great-grandchildren, brothers: Robert Hawkins of Delaware, and sister Sharlet Pettit of Delaware.

She was preceded in death by sister Norma Jean Morgan, brother Milton “Junior” Morgan, and twin brothers Ronald and Donald Morgan.

Services will be observed privately by her family. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center in Delaware.

Condolences may be expressed at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

 

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  • Our family’s have been entertained for so many years in many ways, much respect and admiration for Carolyn. Our thoughts are with you during this time and always.
    Buddy & Dana Glassburn

  • Our families have been entwined for so many years, much respect and admiration for Carolyn.
    Our thoughts are with you all during this time and always.

  • I am so sorry for your lost Jason and Ava. Please know the family is in my prayers.
    Much love,
    Holly Williamson

  • I am so saddened by this news as I just saw her and had a good conversation earlier this week. I am so sorry for your loss and please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

    Much love,

    Debbie Corwin

  • Sorry for your lost. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.My fondest memory of Carolyn was her bright shining smile and that twinkle in her eye! I will remember her always. Love, Tricia (Morehouse) Mullins

  • Heart felt condolences for Uncle Doug, Scott and Jason and the entire Hampton family. Aunt Carolyn, Rest In Peace.
    God Bless, your niece, Mary Hampton Hanog

  • We have so enjoyed having Carolyn as a sister in Faith and fellow worker for Christ’s Kingdom. She brought joy to so many hearts and lives and will be sorely missed. “Well done Good and Faithful Servant. Enter into the Joy of your Lord.”

  • We are truly sorry to hear of the loss of Carolyn. Please accept our heartfelt condolences and may our prayers help comfort you and your family.
    The Thompson Family

  • Jason and Ava,
    Although I am fairly new knowing both of you and never had the pleasure of meeting your dear mother my heart is deeply saddened. I know the loss of parents.
    Please know that you and your entire family are in my thoughts and prayers.
    Sincerely, Lisa Weaver

  • I am so sorry for your loss. I loved Carolyn, I shared may happy days with her. Her memory always brings a smile.

  • I am so so sorry for your loss! I had just seen Carolyn and Doug at Walmart the Saturday before! I will miss her wonderful spirit. She is with Mom and Aunt Lalah now having their own Red Hat Meetings. OH and Helen and Arlene.
    I would love to take care of her RED HAT Shoe chair!

    former member of Red Hat Society too.

  • I was not aware until now that Carolyn (Leen) Morgan Hampton passed away. We were school classmates & friends. I was fortunate to join her along with a small group last year for lunch. It was good to see her. I called her “Leen”, she smiled & said she hadn’t been called that for a very long time.