Carol R. Cameron, age 64, of Lewisville Texas was born in November 1948 in Kansas City. The very same hospital her future husband was born in, 1 year and 10 months earlier.
Carol was a life long member of the Village Presbyterian Church of Prairie Village, Kansas, teaching Sunday School for over 17 years and coordinating the Sunday School programs for more than 5 years.
She was one of the first teenage girl soccer team coaches in the Midwest, coaching for several years. Several of her players qualified for boys high school soccer teams, long before girls teams were even set up.
Carol’s passion was her three children, Christine, Andrew and Kimberly, all now successful adults in their respective careers. In addition, two Grandchildren, Mackey and Brennan.
Her hobby was decorating homes and creating a comfortable at-home atmosphere while presenting a design worthy of the best magazines in the country.
She contracted Scleroderma from direct chemical contact during a remodeling project. Her 25 year struggle with this disease was fought with such courage and direction. She always had a smile on her face and a positive attitude even in the end. One of her Doctors commented the last day, that this was one of his happiest patients, always saying she was fine.
Donations to her favorite charity are greatly appreciated. The Scleroderma Research Foundation, www.srfcure.org accepts donations online on their secure website or 1-800-441-CURE (2873).
Arrangements are under the direction of ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home 19310 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas 75252,