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Carolyn Johnson, 87, of Morganton, NC, passed away Monday, January 16, 2023.

Born in Cleveland County, NC on September 9, 1935, she was the daughter of the late Thad Johnson and Lily Richards. Carolyn was a member of Asheville Street Baptist Church. Carolyn loved to be outdoors, plant flowers, and work in her garden. Every year she would go all-out decorating for Christmas. She was known to be a good cook, good listener, and problem solver who loved everyone, especially her grandchildren.

Carolyn is survived by her sons, Tony Alexander (Sherrie), Jerry Alexander, and Kevin Alexander (Angela); daughter, Dana Batson (Scott); grandchildren, Erik Alexander (Deanna), Stacy Ingram (Jon), Alex Cloer, and Halen Alexander; great-grandchildren, Caiden Ingram, Sadee Ingram, and Ryan Alexander; brother, Bob Johnson (Anita); sister, Linda Faulkenbury; son-in-law, Mike Cloer; and numerous nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, Carolyn was preceded in death by a son, Donald Alexander; daughter, Joyce Cloer; sister, Shirley Stroupe; and brothers, Dwight, Larry, Roger, and Ed Johnson.

No services are planned at this time.

Sossoman Funeral Home and Crematory Center is assisting the family with the arrangements.

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I miss you terribly Mama, my heart is so shattered without you. I love you so much.

—Dana Batson
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I'm so sorry for your loss. May God give the family peace in your time of loss. Carolyn will greatly be missed. Much love to the family.

—Diane
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—Donnie Morrissey Honeycutt
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Carolyn was a wonderful person. She always was a very happy person even when she didn’t feel good. She had the biggest heart especially for her family. I loved her dearly and will miss her. But knowing she is with our Savior gives me peace. Prayers for the family I lit the red candle because she loved Christmas and went all out for it before Halloween came.

—Cathy L Alexander