Ms. Carol Sue Talbert Williams, 65 of Elam Ave., Lincolnton entered to rest on Saturday, May22, 2021 at her residence.
Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, May 25, 2021, 11 a.m. at Bethany United Methodist Church. Interment will follow in the church cemetery. The family will receive friends on Monday evening from 6pm until 8pm at the Beggs funeral home.
Ms. Williams, daughter of the late George Dewey and Addie Sue Norman Talbert was born in
Lincolnton on December 13, 1955. She graduated from Lincoln County High School in 1973.
She graduated from Augusta College in September of 1988 with a Registered Nursing Degree
working St. Joseph, Doctors and Wills Memorial Hospitals. Carol opened and operated Lincoln
Wellness Center in 2005. She became a Certified Natural Health Professional in 2007.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her son, Jacob Talbert Walton and
stepson, Joshua Shane Walton.
She is survived by her daughters, Edie W. Fox and husband Kyle of Lincolnton, Emily Williams
of Augusta; stepsons, Jeremy Walton and wife Katie, and Tripp Williams and wife Anna; the
father of her daughters, Dr. Robert J. Williams; sisters, Jane McWhorter, husband Fred of
Lincolnton and Sandra Marlow, husband Duane of Roopville, Ga.; brother, Norman Talbert,
wife Mary Lee of Lincolnton; grandson, Jacob Dewey Fox; and aunt, Orena Cooper.
Carol Sue was known for her giving and selflessness personality. Anytime someone needed help,
she was there. She would give you the shirt right off her back. She was known as a mother to all
and cared for any child that walked through her door like they were her own. She is known as
‘Mama Carol’ to her daughters’ friends. Everybody loved ‘Mama Carol’.
She enjoyed gardening and all things plants. Carol had a niche for gardening and keeping all her
plants alive. She loved to trade plants with her sisters and friends and plant them back at her
home to remember them by. She definitely had the Talbert green thumb.
Her daughters Edie and Emily were her entire world. She gave them unconditional love since the
day they were born. Her grandson, Jacob Dewey, came into the world and stole a bit of that
spotlight. Although, she loved her girls, she loved her grandson equally. She called him ‘my little
Carol Sue will be greatly missed by all of those who knew her.
Edie and Emily would like to thank all the family and friends, Dr. Robert J. Williams, and
Regency Hospice for all the help throughout this time.
Beggs Funeral Home, Lincolnton is honored to serve the family of Ms. Carol Sue Williams.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Bethany United Methodist Church Cemetery Fund c/o Bruce Rowland 2040 Bethany Church Road Lincolnton, Georgia 30817.
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