Carolyn Dunlap Poskey

August 28, 1952 - January 18, 2008
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Funeral services for Carolyn Dunlap Poskey, 55, of Monroe, will be at 11:00AM on Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008, in the Chapel of the Kilpatrick Funeral Home, 1200 Lamy Lane, Monroe, with Minister Don Glover officiating. Interment will follow in Monroe Memorial Park under the direction of the Kilpatrick Funeral Home of Monroe.A native of Monroe,Continue Reading

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JoAnn C. Gregory left a message on March 25, 2011:
Dear Emily...You were 4 or 5 and would play while your mother and I studied for our Speech Language Pathology degrees. My husband and I came to visit you both in Tyler when you were a teenager. I was looking her up on FB and just today realized that she had died in 2008. We have lost touch various times and reconnected, but now I hope to reconnect with you and offer you my love and comfort....JoAnn Culver Gregory
Patti Bewick left a message on January 21, 2008:
My sister who lives in Monroe called me this morning with the sad news of Carolyn's death. I last talked to Carolyn several years ago when my dad died. It was if we had never been apart. Carolyn and I were always able to just pick up where we had left off. She was a wonderful, caring woman who I was lucky to have as a friend. No one could keep a secret like Carolyn. I always knew when I told her something, she would never tell it. I, on the other hand, would let everything slip, and she knew it and loved me anyway. Gary, I would love to talk to you. You can reach me at 225-664-0012 or e-mail me at Please know that Emily and your family are in my prayers. Love to all, Patti Hartman Bewick
Dr. David Irwin left a message on January 21, 2008:
Emily and family:  I am so sorry to hear about your Carolyn.  I knew her as a student in speech-language pathology at NLU ULM.  She was always an outstanding student and worked so hard be a fantastic professional who was loved by so many patients. I remember the day she came to my office and asked about becoming a speech-language pathologist.  She said "I have a daughter to raise and I want the best life for her".  She was always one of my favorite students because she had an amazing desire to learn and help people with a disability.  I saw Carolyn last June in Shreveport.  I was speaking to the alumni and students at LSUSHC in Shreveport and she came up to talk with me.  I knew immediately it was Carolyn because of her smile.  We remembered some great times and talked about how our children had grown. Do you remember coming to Brown Hall for the Halloween parties?  She was such a great person and will be missed very much by many patients, families, and friends.
GiGi Nolte left a message on January 21, 2008:
Emily, In case you don't remember me, I was your neighbor in the townhouses in West Monroe.  I am so sorry about your mother.  Both of you were always so friendly and were great neighbors to me.  She was a beautiful lady both inside and out! I'm sorry we lost touch after you moved.  Please know that you and your family are in my prayers.  Also know that you can rely on God's strength to get you through this time.  
Susie Johnson Simmons left a message on January 21, 2008:
Emily & all of Carolyn's family:Carolyn and I were very good friends in high school and I am honored to say that I was proud to have her as a friend and sorority sister at Neville.  We had several PE classes together and I remember one year when I was the pitcher and she was the catcher. Talk about coordination and athletic ability!!  What fun and laughter we shared in those classes!  I will always remember her laughter and her beautiful eyes.  We lost touch over the years and I deeply regret that we never took the time to get together.  I was so sorry to hear about Carolyn.  You all have been in my prayers.  May God be with all of you.
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Heather Finley left a message on January 21, 2008:
Emily,I am so sorry to hear about your mother. I will always remember her beautiful smile and her wonderful personality. I considered her a friend, not just a patient. No visit went without an "update" on you. Your mother loved you very much and was very proud of you. Please know you are in my prayers.  Heather
Janicen Little left a message on January 21, 2008:
I never had the priviledge of meeting Carolyn personally but she covered for me as a Speech Therapist a lot when I was off and was regarded highly in the therapy realm.  I heard her name everywhere I went and with great respect for a great professional.  Sorry for your loss to the family and friends.  
Lori Miller left a message on January 21, 2008:
Barbara Black Woolie left a message on January 21, 2008:
Gary,It was with great sadness I read of the passing of Carolyn.  You may remember me as the neighbor next door on McGuire 1203.  I remember the three of us when Carolyn could talk us into allowing her to join us playing together as kids. Carolyn and I went on to work together at the Ouachita Parish Public Library on 18th street but, unfortunately, lost touch with one another as we both moved on with education, etc.  I remember Carolyn's ready smile and twinkle in her eye as she talked of her favorite movies.  You and Emily will be in my prayers during this difficult time.  Sincerely,Barbara
First Baptist Church left a message on January 21, 2008:
We are praying for your family during this time of sorrrow.  Psalm 120:1 I CALL ON THE NAME OF THE LORD IN MY DISTRESS, AND HE ANSWERS ME.   In Christ Mollie Sutton-Prayer Ministry
Mary Kokinos Randazzo left a message on January 21, 2008:
Dear Gary and entire family of Carolyn, I am so deeply sorry.  The only memories that I have are of Carolyn when she was young and so pretty and so very sweet.   My love and prayers are with all of you at this time. Love,Mary Kokinos Randazzo
Kilpatrick Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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