Carol Lee McMillan, 46 of Reno

carolmcmillanCarol Lee McMillan, age 46 of Paris, died at her home on August 9, 2016.  She was born in Paris on August 30, 1969, the daughter of Clarence and Shirley Parks White.  Her mother preceded her in death, as did her grandparents:  Gerald and Doris Parks and Fred and Helen White.  Carol is survived by her husband, Clint McMillan of Paris;  her father, Clarence White of Sylvan; children:  Lacey Hines of Sylvan and Britton Coursey of Paris; grandchildren:  Evan Simpson, Alenna Hines and Darcey Weems; sister, Tamela Lemmons; numerous nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles.  The family will hold a Celebration of Carol’s Life at a Later Date.  Online condolences may be sent to www.woodfuneralhomes.com

 

  1. andrea roseberry says:

    prayers for my sweet friends family… RIP

  2. Linda Vandiver says:

    Clint: Please accept my condolences on the death of your lovely wife. I never met her, but felt I knew her from your Facebook posts about her strength and courage in spite of insurmountable odds.

    Carol most definitely fought the good fight. My prayers are with you during the upcoming weeks and months.

    7I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. 8Now there is in store for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will award to me on that day—and not only to me, but also to all who have longed for his appearing. –2 Timothy 7-8. NIV

  3. Carols battle is over and she will be missed by all. She was a beautiful little soul and there is no better place to be than in the palm of Gods mighty hand. We are so sorry for all of your tears and wish we could give hugs to all. In Christian Love The Sterlings

  4. Monnie wheelus says:

    Clint, Please accept our sympathy, love and prayers at the death of Carol. We care for you and will be praying in the days ahead for God’s Grace to cover you Monnie and Paul Wheelus

  5. Dorothy Richey says:

    Clint, You do not know me. However, I taught Carol in 5th and 6th grade math classes when she was in elementary school at Blossom. She was also in my son’s class. She was a very sweet girl and so well liked by the other students. I enjoyed having her in my classes. I am so sorry for your loss and you and the family will be in my prayers as you go through the difficult times ahead.

  6. Thoughts and prayers from all of us at the Roxton Progress.

    Kris and Karen Rutherford

  7. Tony Clark says:

    Clint and family ~
    Thinking of each of you during this difficult time.I’m thankful we have the hope of seeing her again.I was honored as Santa to visit Carol and Clint in their home during Christmas!I will dedicate in her honor each Santa visit this year in remembrance of her. She loved Santa and Christmas, and Santa loved her back. She will be missed my many. Thanks for the Memories to the McMillan Family. Santa

  8. Vicki Robison says:

    Clint and family: My deepest condolences for your loss! You are all in my prayers.

    V. Robison

  9. Betty Smith(Wiggins) says:

    Clarence, I am so sorry for your loss…my prayers will be with you and your family.

  10. Cathy Farrington says:

    You will always be my Sunshine!!!!

  11. Clint, my condolences to you. I have no other words…

  12. Rodney Jones says:

    Clint and family-

    I had the privilege to know Carol when we went to Blossom and then onto Prairiland where we graduated in 1987. Carol will truly be missed. I had the honor of carrying Carol home during her illness while on duty with Paris EMS. Carol was a great person, full of life. I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family will be in my prayers as you go through the difficult times ahead.

  13. Erin Gilbert says:

    Clint,
    So very sad to see that Carol passed away. You both fought a courageous fight. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  14. MaHarishi Damon Fleeks says:

    Clint, I just wanted to take a moment and let you know that I love you and I am sorry for your loss. If you need me, you know where to find me. Praying for your family and loved ones.

  15. Joyce Dean Stovall says:

    Clint, Lacey, Britton, You are in my constant thoughts, heart, and prayers. There’s just no words to express how very sorry I am that you’re having to go through all that you have, I love her dearly, she touched my life every day, I thank God for your family, for Carol, for every second. Love and prayers always. God Bless you all, as you always bless others.

  16. Kim Platt says:

    Clint and family, please accept my deepest condolences on the passing of Carol. I never was given the chance to meet her but knew ‘of’ her through Clint’s postings. I moved away from Paris to the Dallas area a year ago and only today found this devastating news out. It saddens my heart as her fight was mighty, and her road long. She is in a painfree wonderful place now and is your guardian angel watching over you all! Prayers to the family to gain strength as there is definately strength in numbers to hold each other up in this hard and delicate time. My heartfelt sympathies.❤

  17. L. Fields says:

    My heartfelt condolences to the family of Carol McMillan. Losing a loved one to death is one of the hardest things to deal with. We can draw comfort from the Bible account of the resurrection of Jesus’ friend, Lazarus, recorded at John 11:11-14. Just as Jesus awakened Lazarus, one day we too will see our loved ones again as promised at John 5:28, 29 and Rev. 21:3, 4. Until that day comes it is my hope that you will draw comfort from the words found at Jeremiah 29:11, 12. We are assured that when we pray to Jehovah God, he will listen.

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