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Book of Condolence for Carol Challoner

Book of Condolence for Carol Challoner

This online book of condolence is in memory of Carol Challoner who sadly passed away after contracting Covid-19. Mayor Anderson has led the tributes to Carol who had worked for Liverpool City Council for 17 years. Carol was a valued, respected and much-loved member of staff. This book of condolence allows you to pay tribute to Carol who will be sadly missed.


  • I have only just found this out.. I dont know how to feel.. she was like the mum I never had, we argued and made up i cant believe this happened to such an amazing person! She is the best leaving care worker I have ever had.. I am truly devastated I hope you can forgive me for our arguments I hope you forgive me I love you so much and I'm sorry this happened to you I truly am heartbroken rest well up there my angel.. you really did save my life ❤ Sandy Gleeson
  • Such Sad News Thinking of your husband joey, children Family and all the peoples lives you made a difference too xx Angie Davies
  • Carol, where to start... I first met you a few years before I started at leaving care when we attended meetings together. You always made everyone in the room feel at ease with your friendly, bubbly nature. This quality, which is so rare, I then observed daily when I joined the leaving care team. You made everyone feel like they had known you for years, a friendly face and open welcome to everyone. Your loving and caring nature not only made you an invaluable part of the team but an amazing, supportive friend. Sitting opposite you I always got to see a smile, song, dance and a story in countless accents that would have everyone howling with laughter. You were an amazing support to all of your young people and always went above and beyond. It was always so lovely hearing you talk about Joey and your family, with such love and pride, they are all in our hearts at this sad time. I'm really going to miss you xxx Alex Bawden
  • Rest in peace Carol, my love and prayers go out to all your family, friends and colleagues at this difficult time xxx Jayne Walmsley
  • As a student in leaving care, you instantly made us feel so welcome and were always there for a chat and to cheer everyone up. You cared so much for the young people we worked with. You will be so missed. Sending love to your family and friends at this difficult time. Lou
  • Deepest sympathy to all Carol's family, fond memories of you working in Sheila's shop in Tuebrook many years ago, it was always lovely to speak to you. Thinking of your family and friends. RIP Carol, lots of love xxx Julie O'Brien
  • Carol you were one in a million a beautiful woman inside and out. Always so positive so funny so bright you were such a dedicated worker who gave your all to support the young people you worked with. Stay Safe operation wont be the same without you and that amazing smile and your sense of humour Rest in eternal peace Heaven has gained a beautiful angel xxx Going to miss you my lovely friend Margie Johnson
  • I am so very sad to hear of your passing. You were very much loved and respected. You will live on in everyone's hearts and always remembered with warmth and love. Nicola Jones
  • I didn't know you personally Carol but I know lots of people who worked with you and have nothing but great things to say about you and all the young people you helped over the years. My deepest sympathies to your friends and family x Sarah
  • RIP Carol. A role model for all. Eddie Patterson