No public services are planned at this time for Carol C. Jeffries, 79, rural Lawrence, who passed away unexpectedly on Friday, April 22, 2022, at her home.
Carol worked at the University of Kansas for many years.
Her husband Ron survives of the home.
More information may appear here later.
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I loved Carol’s sardonic humor and her calm energy. Ron, she so often said you were the most wonderful man.
I loved talking with Carol about motorcycles because she had her Harley and understood my late husband’s love of British iron. Ride free, Carol!
My sympathy to Carol’s family . I worked with Carol at Watson Library. My heart is saddened by her passing she was a wonderful person to d we irk with. R. I. P. Carol.
My deepest condolences to Carol’s family on your loss. Carol was a wonderful co-worker, friend and mentor and I feel very lucky to have known her. Rest in peace.
My deepest sympathies to Carol’s family and friends. I worked with Carol many years at Watson library. I fondly remember her wit, dedication and kindness. I am so very sorry to hear of her passing.
My condolences to Carol’s family in this difficult time. Carol and I worked together for many years on technology projects in Acquisitions. I will always remember Carol for her technical savvy, her acerbic sense of humor and her platinum blond hair. She was a fearless troubleshooter of tech problems, and was the one I turned to when brainstorming solutions to the myriad of technical problems that arose in her department. Sadly, we had lost touch over the years after I moved to IT and she retired, and I regret that.
Carol was absolutely wonderful to work with. I loved chatting with her, laughing with her, and learning from her. I’m so sad that she has passed.
Sad to see of Carol’s passing. I have countless fond memories of Carol. She was my first full-time job supervisor and led by example so many wonderful qualities that greatly impacted me. Her hard work and dedication positively impacted so many people.
Rest in peace, Carol. You were the best.
Dear Ron, I was so shocked and saddened to read of Carol’s passing in this morning’s Journal World. Carol worked as an assistant in my department in the KU Libraries when I first came to KU. She was an excellent and loyal employee whom I felt blessed to have in my department. May you find peace and solace at this time of loss.
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