Carol White Bumgarner

December 23, 1930 - September 23, 2016
Carol White Bumgarner

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Carol White Bumgarner, 85, of Hendersonville died Friday, September 23, 2016 at The Laurels of Hendersonville after a period of declining health.

She was born in Cleveland, Ohio on December 23, 1930 and was preceded in death by her husband, Dan Bumgarner and daughter, Lynda White Allcock. She is survived by her son, John White.

Carol was best known for her ministry in music at First Baptist Church of Hendersonville and her teaching of piano for many years.

At Carol’s request, no services will be held. “You can shed tears that she is gone, or you can smile because she lived.”

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  • September 23, 2016
    Alton Connor says:
    My dear friend Carol ~ You will be so greatly missed. What a tremendous blessing you were to me for so many years and I will forever treasure the friendship that we developed the year you and I worked together in Grade 1 Sunday School at the church. God blessed you with a most incredible musical talent and you shared that talent for so many years bringing honor to Him! I regret that we lost touch over the last year and that I did not know you were in poor health. My heart is sad because you are gone for now, but I rejoice that one day soon, I will see you again "When we all get to Heaven"!!! God's peace to your son and His grace in abundance to all of us who were blessed to have you in our lives all these many years! To God be the Glory for the life of dear precious Carol Haake White Bumgarner!!!

  • September 24, 2016
    Kohlan and Linda Flynn says:
    We are so grateful for the influence Carol so generously shared with our family through her gift of music, her professionalism, and her grace. Her piano lessons were so much more than learning to play music. She instilled the technical side and nourished the expressive foundation. And more importantly, she cultivated the spirtual life of each student. Every piano recital began with a prayer. Hearing Carol play the piano in our church was always a gift and a worshipful experience. Her life counted in ours.

  • September 24, 2016
    RaY and Trudy Bennett lit a candle:
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  • September 24, 2016
    Mark Hollingsworth says:
    A very beautiful and elegant lady to the end...and to a new beginning. You are the mother of my very best friend and I count you as my mother also. Thank you for the smile and life you gave us both. Love and peace forever CB,

  • September 25, 2016
    Tim and Robin Reese Ertzberger and Tammy Reese Vadasz says:
    Carol blessed so many people with her gift of musical expression on the piano. She was a dedicated member of the Lord's mission team in her own church. Her smile as she played and whenever you saw her was refreshing when you were struggling that day. Mom and Dad loved to listen to her play and now they are together again in heaven praising God. John and family, my deepest sympathies to you in your loss.