In Memory

Carol Brennan (Williams)

Carol Brennan Williams 
February 25, 1946 - January 16, 2021 
Lexington, South Carolina - With great sadness, the family of Carol Brennan Williams announces her passing on Saturday, January 16, 2021. 
Carol was born in Corpus Christi, TX on February 25, 1946 to James and Marion Jacobs Brennan. She earned a B.A. degree from N.C. State University and spent a majority of her professional career as a staff member in the college of Business at the University of South Carolina. 
Carol was a devoted mother who cherished her three sons. She loved animals and had many canine companions throughout her life. Carol enjoyed relaxing under an umbrella on the beach. She was a voracious reader who also enjoyed writing poetry and listening to music including The Beatles, Paul Simon, and Billy Joel. A very spiritual woman, she loved the Lord very deeply and accepted Jesus Christ as her Savior. She studied the Bible nearly every day. She followed the teachings of Jesus and found peace and solace in His words. 
Carol was preceded in death by her father, James, and her mother, Marion. She is survived by her son Jeff Queen and his wife Angela, her son Brad Queen, and her son Mark Queen; four granddaughters Kayla, Jessica, Megan and Carsyn; her brother Jimmy and sister-in-law Janet; her sister Kathleen and brother-in-law Ed, as well as several nieces and nephews. 
Her family is planning a private memorial service at the beach. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to local chapters of the Humane Society to honor Carol's love of animals.


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02/25/21 11:06 AM #1    

Martha McPhail

Carol was a cheerful classmate and an excellent student. We roomed together one summer at Carolina. I'm certain she made many contributions to the business school at USC; she said at a class reunion how she enjoyed being on campus. She was a truly lovely person.

02/26/21 03:04 PM #2    

Sandra Elaine Slutsky (Hutto)

I had several classes with Carol and enjoyed her friendship in high school.  I, especially, enjoyed spending time with her at our 50th reunion catching up on our lives.  I was sad to hear of her passing.  May her memory be a blessing to all who knew her.


02/26/21 05:07 PM #3    

Kathryn Andrea Marvin (Baars)

Carol and I were friends in high school and had many fun spend the nights!  We also roomed together for 2 years at UNC-G.  She left when she married and went to State  her senior year. We were very close and I treasured her friendship.  She had a great sense of humor and we so enjoyed hanging out together.  We didn't always stay in touch but loved seeing her and reconnecting at our 50th.  I know she was valued at USC and I know she loved her job.  I am devastated at her death.  She will hold a special place in my heart.

02/28/21 04:40 PM #4    

Sandra Louise Rector (Page)

I first knew Carol at Victory School.  I recall what a great time time all us ninth graders had on the much anticipated class trip to Washington, DC.  Carol and I with a couple of other girls shared a hotel room.  Carol was a person you were always glad to see, and was someone you wanted to be around.  If I had to choose one word among the many that could describe Carol, it would be gracious.  I recall that she always had a kind word for everyone.  Her warm personality was enhanced by her sense of humor.  I’m so sad to hear about her passing away. I know the family is going to miss her so very much.  

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