Carolyn May Simpson

April 24, 1947 ‒ January 16, 2020

Marion, Ohio

Carolyn May Simpson, age 72 of Marion, passed away on Thursday, January 16, 2020 at Marion General Hospital.

Carolyn was born in Marion on April 24, 1947 to the late Lloyd Odel Simpson and Nina Caroline Morris.

Carolyn had a heart of gold. She had lived at Community Care and Rehab in Marion for over 20 years, so all the nurses and staff got to know her, and would come into her room just to talk. She was a social butterfly who could start a conversation with anyone. Carolyn was always smiling and that smile was contagious, and could light even the darkest room.

Carolyn is survived by her sister Thelma Kisner and brother Robert (Sun) Simpson. Also left to cherish her memory are numerous nieces and nephews.

Preceding Carolyn in death is her sister Betty French Blevins and brother Lloyd Henry Simpson.

Visitation will be held on Monday, January 20, 2020 at the Snyder Funeral Homes, GUNDER/HALL Chapel, 347 West Center Street, Marion from 1PM to 2PM; funeral service will follow at 2PM. Burial will follow in Marion Cemetery.

Snyder Funeral Homes of Marion are honored to serve Carolyn’s family. Condolences may be expressed to the family by visiting

  • I’m so thankful I got the chance to know you when I came to work at community. You touched a big part of my soul and I’m going to miss you terribly. I hope you are at peace and I’ll miss helping feed and making you laugh. You were such an amazing women and I’ll be forever greatful knowing that I got the chance to know you and be apart of your life, even if it was only for a little while. Fly high beautiful. ❤️❤️

  • Carolyn was my favorite resident at Community. I’m so glad she is finally with Howard again. We all loved her so much. ❤️

  • I loved her she was such a sweet women and a joy to be around we are all gonna miss you Rest In Peace beautiful

  • So sad such a beautiful woman s h.g.h e loved every one I will miss you you will always be my buddy .I love you RIP Carolyn. Love ya always edie

  • Carolyn and I had a special bond. Carolyn always said we were related because her nephew was married to my niece. I saw Carolyn the last day I worked there and she wanted to everything I had been doing and asked how my son was doing. We may not be related but I loved her so very much. My condolences to her family. Heaven has gained another Angel. Thank you for allowing me to take care of her.