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.


  • So sad. My thoughts are with your family and friends. Denni Bates
  • I was so sad to hear about Carol, who I have known for many years. Everyone knows - and this goes with out saying that Carol was such an absolutley beautiful person. Carol clearly loved her family and brought that devotion into her work with young people. Everyone who met Carole just loved being in her company. She will be sadly missed but never forgotten. Sam xx Sam Smith
  • Deepest sympathy to Carol's family and all her Friends. It was a joy to work alongside you. I will miss the sunshine of your smile and your wonderful, wonderful sense of humour. Sleep well our little sunbeam. Gone too soon Jim Townson
  • So sad to hear this news and I was shocked, condolences to the family. Carol you made such a difference to the lives of children and young people you worked for and with...You were always "for them" and you gave your best..their loss and ours is great...Goodnight and Godbless and may your star shine bright in the heavens...it is deserved... Brian Cartwright FSW
  • Heartbroken that Carol has passed, happy memories of our time in leaving care and the laughs we had in Benidorm, thinking of all Carols family and sending my love xx Sue Rodick
  • I have know Carol for just over 2 years now as a young person who lives with me Carol supported. Carol also spoke to me about her family recently just saying that her daughter had gained a job in a school close to me in Sandymoor and how proud and happy she was for this daughter, Carol loved all her family and the young person in my care wants you to know how much your mum meant to them too. She will be missed by many xx Jane Macmillan
  • Carol, I didn't know you, but all the messages here are testament to you as a person. Thinking of your colleagues, friends and most of all, your family. X Keith Nurse
  • I hope you are jiving your way through them pearly gates Carol to show them all how it is done! It has been 20 years since I first met you in Gladstone and it has been a pleasure. I will also miss the uncontrollable giggles we used to have like naughty school kids! My thoughts are with all if your family and friends at this time.xxx Jeanie Fox
  • Carol you truly were one in a million. Your kindness, care and compassion for others was incredible, not only for your young people, but your colleagues too. I will miss your uplifting presence in the office, bursting in to song, our weekly Friday afternoon dance and our little jokes. Your presence will be sorely missed. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to meet and work with you over the past few years. You were a true ray of sunshine that will never be forgotten. My love, support and thoughts are with your beautiful family, friends and colleagues at this sad time. Thank you for being a beautiful, pure soul in this challenging world of ours. Sending all my love. x Cassie Fitzgerald
  • Deep sympathy and thoughts with family and friends and Collegues. R.I.P Carol Cath Williams