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.


  • Amazing colleague, smiling and bright. she worked with such zest so that she got things right. Always kind words, I could right a long list. but ill just say Bye carol, its for sure you will be missed.x Goodnight god bless Carol rest in peace xx Jackie Harrison
  • Carol we worked alongside each other for 22 years and the memories I have are only good ones. Really happy residential days working days and nights together, through to ten years in Leaving Care. I really will miss the fun and chats. A wonderful friend and colleague. Thoughts and Prayers with you and your family always xxx Mark McCarthy
  • Deepest sympathy, thoughts and prayers to Carol's family. Will be missed by everyone who knew her. Valued, respected and loved says it all really. Made a difference to lots of peoples lives especially the young people she looked after so well. RIP Carol Tony Ely
  • Deepest Sympathy to all Carol’s family, friends and work colleagues. I would always give Carol a hug when she visited Edge - her smile would light up any room. She was such a warm hearted, caring beautiful lady and we will all miss her beyond words. I loved her stories of Benidorm and how she loved life. Goodnight Godbless my lovely friend Carol x x x Linda Daly
  • Carol, your LCC family will never forget you. The hearts you touched. The lives you changed. The difference you made. Rest in peace. Kerry Glazier
  • Deepest sympathy to Joey and all of Carol's family. Carol was a joy to work with and I have fond memories of her as a work colleague and neighbour. Laughing and smiling is how I will remember you. xxxxx Trish Willingham
  • Carol cheered me up on the bad days I had working at reception in Toxteth Annexe. She would never fail to make me laugh and we would often break out in dance together. Absolutely devestated. She spoke about her family everyday and I hope they are coping the best way they can during this time. RIP Carol <3 xx Daniel Beatty
  • Deepest sympathy to Carol's family, she will be greatly missed Noelle Richards
  • Deepest sympathy to Carol's family for their devastating loss. My thoughts are also with the leaving care team. I will remember Carol as being such a caring person who made a real difference in young peoples lives. Rest In Peace lovely lady xXx Sharon Thompson
  • Deepest sympathy to Carol’s family and all in the leaving care team. The office wont be the same without you Carol xx Debbie Mann