Carol Ann (Creel) Sholly, 66, Carlisle, passed away on Thursday,
June 17, 2010, in Carlisle Regional Medical Center. She was born on Tuesday, October 26, 1943, in Harrisburg, a daughter of
the late James O. and Floy Christina "Tina" (White) Creel. She was also preceded in death by her brother, James E. Creel of
She is survived by three sons; Michael L. Sholly of Virginia
Beach, VA, Todd A. Sholly of Foster, RI and Donald E. (and his wife, Angie) Sholly of Carlisle, five grandchildren; Tarah
Freeman, Ryan and Christopher Sholly and Rome and David Oliver and three great-grandchildren.
Carol was a 1961 graduate of Camp Hill High School and retired
from the PA Department of Health with 34 years of service. Carol was a certified EMT-M for 15 years and was a life member
of the Silver Springs Ambulance & Rescue Assoc, a long time member of the Cumberland County EMS Council and a past member
of the Cumberland County Animal Rescue Team. Carol attended the Waggoners United Methodist Church, Carlisle.
Memorial services will be held at 7 p.m. on Monday, June
21, 2010, in the Waggoners United Methodist Church, 1271 Longs Gap Rd., Carlisle, with Rev. Timothy Funk officiating. Burial
will be at the convenience of the family. A visitation will be held on Monday from 6 p.m. until time of the services. Ewing
Brothers Funeral Home, Carlisle, is in charge of the arrangements. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Project Share,
5 N. Orange St., Carlisle, PA 17013 or to Helen Krouse Animal Foundation, P.O. Box 311, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055.
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Our prayers are with you in the loss of your mother.
She was a good friend and a hard fellow worker at the Ambulance Association. My family will be out of state on vacation next
week and will not be able to attend her service. Assure all that our prayers will be with you.
Rev Paul L. Herring
My condolences to the family, Carol was a friend and
an employee that helped Metro Med out on standbys and I had the priviledge of being there and talking to her, she was also
a true helper as a Volunteer whether it was on the Ambulance as an EMT or whether she was helping with the QA's of the triosheet.
She will be sadly missed by me and by others. Carol, you are free now.
Karen L. Fillmore
With deepest sympathy to your family, at this
time of sorrow. Mike if you remember me I'm Todd Newhouse from the old days and my mother is Leona. Todd
Carol was a good friend and a long time colleague EMT
at Silver Spring Ambulance. Her care for other people showed in her work for the Dept. of Health and her volunteer work with
Company 72. She may have been short in stature, but had a great big smile. She will be missed.
Tom Whitfield, EMT-B
Angie, I am so sorry for the loss of your mother
in law. I lost my father in law in October of last year and it was heart wrenching. It was as bad as losing
my own father will be. My thoughts and prayers are with you and Donnie at this time. God bless you and be with
you during this time.
Angie Kitting Keefer
We met your mother through Silver Spring Ambulance Association.
Have known her for many years. She was always on the go, ready to help where and when she was needed.
Hold on to
the precious gift of memories she gave you, for each one is a treasure. She is missed.
Bert & Donna Kingsborough
Carol was a friend and a longtime Emergency Service
worker who has touched many lives in Silver Spring Township. Her commitement to Silver Spring Ambulance
and Rescue Service will never be forgotten. Her service to Silver Spring Township is greatly appreciated.
Sadley she will be missed.
James E. Hall, EMA Director
...I worked indirectly with your Mother for years...found
her to be a no-nonsense practical person who did her job well with a minimum of fuss...has been sorely missed since her retirement...God
Bless and take care of all of you...I know your Mother is looking out for you from Heaven
Mary Regina Ranker
to hear of her passing. I worked with her for the Health Dept. when she was in Harrisburg District Office and spoke with her
much when she went to Perry Co. SHC. Had dinner with her and some other retired gals time to time. Didn't know
she was even ill, and just today (June 23rd) heard of her death. Carol and I emailed, and she told me of her Alaska trip,
and she told me I should go there too sometime. She saved and saved for that trip. I am so glad she got to go.
I just can't believe the news. God must have had better plans for her.
Sharon Maines (Hunt. Co. SHC
I want to thank everyone for their condolences.
I have heard some stories the last few days that I never knew about my Mother. Mom was my Hero in every way a Hero can be.
We the people that knew her and loved her will never forget her. I miss you and Love you Mom.
I would like to send my sincerest
thanks to everyone who has sent well wishes. Your thoughtfullness and concern is greatly appreciated. My mother was a great
woman and an even better human being. She is deeply missed. Yes Todd I remember you well.
I love you Nana
and miss you tons. I wish you would have been able to meet your grandson Gavin. I wish I could have seen you more often and
spent more time with you. living across states is hard. I love you so much Nana Sholly. You will Never be forgot!
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