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Carolyn Kuhn

BORN:
05/18/1939
DIED:
07/21/2020
LOCATION:
Charleston, WV

Carolyn Kuhn

Carolyn Sue (Lanham) Kuhn, 81, of Charleston, WV passed away at the Hubbard Hospice House in Charleston on the evening of July 21, 2020.

Carol was born in Marmet, WV in 1939 to the late Marguerette (Lanham) Beverage, and the late James Lanham both of Marmet.

She is survived by her husband John C. Kuhn and two sons, John C. Kuhn, II of Charleston and A. Scott Kuhn of Port Charlotte, FL.; grandson, John M. Clark and three great grandchildren, Alexis, Isaiah, and Ian Clark, all of Shallotte, NC. Carol has two sisters, Helen Shultz of Charleston and Linda Myers (deceased) of Charleston.

Carol was high energy as a young mother, being active in Barboursville, WV, PTA, Cub Scouts and was voted Barboursville Little League Baseball’s number one fan in 1970.

Carol and her husband traveled extensively in the US, Mexico, and Canada, including a trip to Australia and many visits to Hawaii. Most of her later years were spent in Surfside Beach, South Carolina, living and loving the beach and the sun.

The world is losing one of its best. The world lost, heaven gained.

In lieu of flowers, Carol has requested donations to St. Jude and other children’s charities.

A graveside service to Honor the Life of Carol will be held at 2:00 Pm, Friday, July 24, 2020 in Sunset Memorial Park, South Charleston with Pastor Dean Chambers officiating.

Please follow all recommended guidelines from the Governor and local health department by practicing social distancing and wearing of masks for your safety and for the safety of others.

Memories may be shared by visiting www.snodgrassfuneral.com and selecting the obituary. Snodgrass Funeral Home is assisting the family with these arrangements.

5 replies
  1. Cayla Revels says:

    Going to Surfside Beach will never be the same for us. I looked forward to visiting with Carol every summer. She always entertained me with stories, shared her latest health advice, and told us all of the family histories. She was a treasure-trove of information and was always giving us something-cookies, banana bread, a special picture she found, etc. She was so full of life and I often told Joey-when I get older I hope I’m like Carol-still dancing! We will sure miss her. Sending love & prayers for you all.

  2. Skip Blankenship says:

    I’ll always cherish my memories of her. She loved to dance and I know that’s what she is doing now in heaven. God bless you my friend. My love Skip

  3. John Chapman says:

    I didn’t know Mrs. Kuhn well, having only met her two or three times. However, I have spent many hours in Mr. and Mrs. Kuhn’s basement as a friend playing banjo with their son John. I was always welcome in their home! Knowing John I can say that Mrs. Kuhn – and Mr. Kuhn – were good parents and raised their children well. I am certain too, that Mrs. Kuhn will be greatly missed by all; praying that the Lord Bless Mr. Kuhn, John, his brother and the family through these difficult days.

  4. Lisa Hubbard says:

    I only met Carol a few times myself but she was a true treasure. I know her son, Scott as I am best friends with his wife, Robin. She raised a fine son and from the many stories I have heard, a very avid sports fan as well!! All the kids that Scott grew up with have fine, fine memories. She will be sorely missed by all. I do hope her son got her delicious fried chicken recipe!! Loved that woman’s fried chicken!! Prayers to the entire family.

  5. Dan and Cindy Schearer says:

    I have many fond memories of my Aunt Carol and I know that she will be missed by all. I always loved taking day trips as a kid to Barboursville to visit Uncle Jack and Aunt Carol. Praying for God to give you all strength during this very difficult time. Sending love and prayers.

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Graveside Service

  • Friday, July 24
  • 2:00 PM