Obituary

Caryl Ann Long

79, beloved wife of Larry Long passed away on Thursday, July 30, 2020.

Born in Toledo, Ohio Caryl was a longtime resident of the Northwest Arkansas / Westville, Oklahoma area.

Caryl was a strong-willed passionate person. As a young single parent of four children she successfully balanced family life and a working career at a time when professional opportunities for women were limited. This drive to succeed allowed her to become a valued paralegal in one of the most prestigious law firms in Houston. An accomplishment she was most deservingly proud of. While Caryl worked hard, she also enjoyed having fun. She was always open for a gathering where good food was cooked, especially Mexican, and music was played. Caryl loved to dance. Caryl was very family oriented and while in her later years most of her family lived away from the area efforts were always made to stay in touch and visit when possible.

Caryl’s greatest joy was traveling with Larry and pets (Razzy and Rowdy) in their travel trailer. They especially enjoyed spending time at their place in Branson, Mo. Caryl was loved greatly by all and her passing has created a sadness which words cannot describe.

Caryl is survived by her husband Larry Long of Westville, Ok., her sister Darlene Dawkins of Derby, Kansas, brother Ron Wetzel of Toledo, Ohio and daughters Kelli Rawls of Greenville, SC. and Teena Yauilla of Columbia, SC. In addition, Caryl is survived by six(6) grandchildren Constance (Rawls) Tedford, Shannon Yauilla, Shauna Yauilla, Sarah (Rawls) Barber, Dustin Yauilla, Christopher Rawls and seven(7) great-grandchildren Kelleykate, Cole, Sophie Grey, Kacey, Rhys, Lilith and Trevor.

Caryl is pre-deceased by her mother Johnnie Perryman, father Robert Wetzel and sons Ronald Dixon and Guy Dixon.

A graveside memorial service at the Prairie Grove Cemetery Pavilion will be held Tuesday, August 4th @ 2pm in Prairie Grove, Arkansas.

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Funeral Service

2:00 pm
Prairie Grove Cemetery Pavilion
Visitation
Visitation information unavailable.
Final Resting Place
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General

Sep 3, 1940

Jul 30, 2020

79

Tributes

Larry, We are so sad to learn of your loss. I have great memories of Caryl and her Mom when we attended Church together in Prairie Grove. Vol and Gail Eads
gail eads - Friend
Larry, We were so sorry to hear about Caryl. She was a very special lady. We never got to visit much, but we remember she always had a smile when we did see her. Keep those special memories of her close at heart and remember them often. Love, Janice & Richard
Richard & Janice Langrell - FRIENDS
So sorry for your loss Larry. Time will help heal you sorrow. Stay busy it will help Murph
Murphy Pair - Friend
Funeral Service

2:00 pm
Prairie Grove Cemetery Pavilion
Visitation
Visitation information unavailable.
Final Resting Place
information unavailable.
General

Sep 3, 1940

Jul 30, 2020

79