Carroll Jean Roesler

10/21/1952 –


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  • Memorial Service
Date: 12/07/2019
Time: 10:00 am
 – 11:00 am
  • Funeral Reception
Date: 12/07/2019
Time: 11:00 am
 – 12:00 pm


Carroll Jean Roesler lost her three year battle with pulmonary fibrosis in the early hours of November 2, 2019. A memorial service celebrating her life will be held at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers on Saturday, December 7, 2019 at 10 am, officiated by Pastor Jerry Wilson of Southcrest Baptist Church.

Carroll Roesler was born on October 21, 1952, to the late Hennone Carroll and Barbara Parrott in Houston, TX, and grew up in Cypress, Tx.

Survivors include her children, Andrea Menyon (Thomas) Higdon, Vanessa Parrott (Randy) Kyle, and Matthew Brian (Tobi) Roesler; eleven grandchildren, Nathan Higdon, Amanda Higdon, Jeb Higdon, Isaac Roesler, Emma Roesler, Hannah Roesler, Jayden Roesler, Elijah Roesler, Abel Roesler, Jonah Roesler, and Bailee Kyle; two sisters, Miriam (Dean) Brabham, and Mary Ann (David) Hayes; and step-mom, June Parrott. Extended family and friends mourn her passing.

The family of Carroll Jean Roesler asked that in lieu of floral tributes, please make donations to the following children’s charities, in her memory: Abundant Blessings (Aldergate United Methodist Church) or UMC Health System – Children’s Miracle Network or UMC Child Life or any other charities benefiting children welfare.

For those unable to attend, her service will be live streamed.


5 thoughts on “Carroll Jean Roesler”

  1. What a beautiful friend the Lord brought into my life when Lonnie and I began attending Southcrest Baptist Church in Lubbock, Texas. Even though Carroll and I knew each other only a little less than two years, our sisters-in-Christ friendship felt lifelong. And although her faithful attendance in our worship services may now leave a great void when I glance over to where she always sat, her spirit will live on in my heart forever. I am so blessed to have been the recipient of her beautiful smile every time we saw each other, no matter how she may have been feeling physically at the time. I know she’ll be waiting on that Glory Shore to welcome me with her twinkly-eyed smile when it’s my turn for the Lord to say, “Come on Up Here.”

  2. Miriam Elaine Brabham

    My grief is knee buckling. Losing my sister is far more difficult than I ever dreamed. Be at peace , Jean, your pain is over.

  3. I wanted to share something from a picture my sister Jean gave me a very long time ago and has meant so much to me.

    My Sister
    She knows where I dream to go, remembers where I’ve been, accepts me just the way I am, and treats me like a friend. She’s someone who is there for me, no matter where or when, and every time I’m with her, it’s like coming home again.

    I miss my sister very much.

  4. Carroll was my best friend through the good and the bad. I feel a hole in my heart where she used to be. I miss her terrible and think of her every day! Fly high and be at peace my friend!

  5. Vanessa and family, I am so sorry for your lost. I know that your hearts are broken, knowing that she is resting in the arms of our Lord and Savior. Praying for you and your family.

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