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.


  • Deepest sympathy to Carol's family friends and colleagues. A lovely caring lady who will be sadly missed. Angela
  • You will be missed - shine bright in the sky as you did in life Carol xxxxxxx Deborah Jane Jarman
  • So sad to hear that one of our colleagues has passed away, my thoughts are with Carols's family, friends and colleagues at this sad time. Rest in peace Carol Aziz
  • Rest in Peace Carol. Your family, friends and colleagues are in my prayers. Linda Jennat
  • I worked alongside you as a student social worker and one thing I learnt from you is that you have a big heart and always put your service users first. You were a very kind lady with a heart of gold and was always smiling. You were always willing to help your colleagues and team and nothing was to much trouble. Thinking of all your family as they lay you to rest. RIP Carol x Katie Morgan
  • Such tragic news. Thinking of all Carol's family, friends and colleagues. Rest in peace Carol xxx Nicky Yates
  • Carol, I don't know what to say. I knew you a very long time and you were inspirational in my decision to become a Social Worker- I then had the privilege of working alongside you on a couple of cases, where you gave your absolute all for your young people. You cared so much about them and wanted only the best for them, as you would your own children. Such a gorgeous lady inside and out. Absolutely heartbroken for your family and sending all my love to them at this difficult time. You will never be forgotten Carol, you will live on in all the good you have given to this world. Rest in Peace now Carol, lots of love. xxx Donna
  • , and you spoke every day of you love for Joey, your children and grandchildren with so much pride; I hope they can all take some comfort in how much you were loved by everyone. Absolutely devastated you are gone. Sleep tight my lovely xxxx Alex Radford
  • Carol what can I say that hasn't already been said kind, caring, funny and an absolute delight to work with. Our team has lost a very beautiful soul, I can still see you walking across the office with a royal wave, nod of the head to us all ending with a curtesy at your desk and that beautiful infectious laugh, you brightened up the start of the morning. RIP our dancing queen. Deepest sympathy to all your family xx Sharon Willmitt
  • My good friend Carol ( Lady C) From broad scouse to Hyacinth Bouquet. We sat next to each other for years and you always made time for a laugh, song and a dance. You were adored by colleagues and the young people you worked with. Our team will never be the same without you. We were colleagues by chance but friends by choice. “The song has ended but the melody lingers on” I will really miss you. My heartfelt condolences to Joey and family, on the loss of your one in a million lady. Cathy and Family