Carol Davis

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May 17, 1928 - August 26, 2017

Carol Davis, a beloved member of the Fellowship of Friends, completed her task on  Saturday, August 26, 2017, at 2:40 pm, after a prolonged heart illness.  Carol turned eighty-nine on her last birthday, May 17th.

Carol joined the School in Chicago, October 1, 1976.   After moving to Apollo in 1978, Carol divided her time between Apollo and centers abroad – Paris, Madrid, London, and Moscow – lending her support to each of them.   Carol was an accomplished visual artist; her lovely paintings and sculptures grace many of our homes.

On behalf of all who knew you, we thank thee.

In loving presence,
Elizabeth Blake
For The Elysian Society

 

Funeral Service Text:  Carol Davis 2017-09

The experiences are so innumerable and varied, that the journey appears to be interminable and the Destination is ever out of sight.
But the wonder of it is, when at last you reach your Destination you find that you had never travelled at all!
It was a journey from here to Here.
Meher Baba

  1. Ann Douglass May 11, 2019 at 2:00 pm

    Am very surprised that this has not been posted sooner, perhaps the digestion process of a dear friend’s passing is partly the cause. Memories keep returning of how kind and supporting she has been for me: encouraging my work, never judging, always positive. When I am lucky they come up when I need her attentiveness and presence to remind me to look up. Thank you for being such a true friend.

  2. Agnes Cartry March 6, 2019 at 5:36 pm

    Carol is the first student I ever met. That was in May 1981 when she came to pick me up for my prospective meeting at the train station in Meaux, close to Paris, France. The train had been stuck for 45 minutes because of technical problems between two stations. When I arrived at the station, I had little hope to see anybody waiting for me. But there she was, calm, soft-spoken and compose in a beige Mercedes, showing no impatience whatsoever, smiling, giving no comment. How impressive, yes impressive that was. I felt her equanimous, balanced energy for the whole length of the trip through meadows and woods. She was an anchor of gracious hosting for most French students who first visited Apollo. Her home, full of sober aesthetics, a three-dimensional still-life. Thank you Carol

  3. Jonathan Milton August 3, 2018 at 7:16 am

    Flat 24 Queen Elizabeth House
    99 Nightingale Lane
    I remember Carol when our London Centre was at Hatfield House.
    I took photos of her wedding and the happy couple riding off in a horse and carriage.
    I also have a drawing of Robert that Carol gave me, Robert looks young and handsome.
    With Love.

    Jonathan A Milton

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