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January 9, 2013

Carolyn Adkins

Aug. 26, 1936 — Jan. 8, 2013

DUNCAN — Carolyn Adkins 76, of Duncan, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 08, 2013, at Country Club Care.

Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 10, at the Carter-Smart Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Dennis Hall officiating. Burial will be at the Duncan Cemetery. Arrangements are under direction of Carter-Smart Funeral Home.

Carolyn was born Aug. 26, 1936 in Duncan, to Herbert and Susie Williams Jennings. She was a graduate of Duncan High School, and she was a florist and former owner of Flowers by Bob from 1983 to 2005. Carolyn married Dwain Adkins on Oct. 3, 1953, in Duncan, and they were members of The Recovery Church.

Carolyn is survived by her husband, Dwain of the home; sons: Randy Adkins of Dallas, Texas, and Richard Adkins of Bridgeport, Texas; a daughter, Lesa Adkins of the home; a brother, Herbert “Butch” Jennings of Moore; four grandchildren: Michael, Matthew, Mason, Justin Adkins; two great-grandchildren: Hannah and Paisley Adkins.

Pallbearers will be Chad Fritts, Cody Earls, Tyler Earls, George Fudge, Michael Adkins and Justin Adkins.

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