Curtis Elwood Carroll, 69, of Napoleon, Ohio, died Saturday at his residence.     

He was born June 1, 1936, in Gregoryville.     

His wife, Janey Kay Gollihue Carroll survives.     

A memorial service will be at 1 p.m. today at Rodenberger Funeral Home in Napoleon with military honors by Napoleon joint 
veterans posts.      

Condolences may be made at Daily Independent online, Ashland, KY) He was 
the son of Willard James and Jennie Gill Carroll, grandson of Daniel Boone and Amanda Simmons Carroll.

Submitted by: Linda Crose

Curtis Carroll 

Curtis Elwood Carroll, 69, of Napoleon, Ohio died Saturday, March 18, 2006 at his residence.

Born June 1, 1936 in Gregoryville, Kentucky to the late Willard James and Jinnie (Gill) Carroll. 
On February 5, 1948 he married Janey Kay Gollihue, who survives in Napoleon.

He worked as a cook for Campbell Soup Company in Napoleon for 40 years and is a member of the UFCW. 

He is survived by his wife, Janey, 4 daughters, Virginia Helen (Jeff) Rosania of Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, Donna Gail (James) Fowler of Napoleon, Ohio, 
Connie Sue (Bobby) Cole of McClure, Ohio, Gerri Lea (Tim) Blackmon of McClure, Ohio, 1 son, David James Carroll of Napoleon, Ohio, 
4 sisters, Rubie (Larry) Gollihue, Blanche (Ed) Flury, and Lucille Heaberlin, all of Grayson, Kentucky, and Edna Margaret (Newland) Mansfield, Ohio, 
5 grandchildren, and 3 great grandchildren.

Preceded in death by 3 brothers, Charlie, Willard “Woolie”, and Don Carroll, and 2 sisters, Mary Eddy, and Jewell Fite.

A memorial service will be held at 1pm on Wednesday at the Rodenberger Funeral Home in Napoleon with Pastor Charles Alley officiating.

Visitation will be from 2-4pm and 6-8pm on Tuesday at the Rodenberger Funeral Home in Napoleon.

Interment will be held private at the family’s convenience with Military honors accorded by the Napoleon Joint Veteran Posts.

Memorial Contributions may be directed to the families benevolence care of the funeral home. 

Submitted by: David Tucker
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