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January 05, 1951 June 06, 2020
January 05, 1951 -- June 06, 2020

Carol Fakhari, Age:69

Carol Jean Pitts was born in Anniston Alabama on January 5, 1951 to Earnest and Nannie Lou Pitts in the foothills of the Talladega National Forest about an hour east of Birmingham.
Nickname growing up: Baw Gal
Earnest Pitts was in the military and fought abroad in the pacific for the US earning numerous medals including the Purple Heart. Nannie Lou Pitts was a homemaker and looked after the children Raymond, Carol and Donny.
She grew up and lived in Anniston through high school and got married to Mahmoud John Fakhari and soon after Adam and Skyla were born just a couple years apart Adam in Anniston in 1977 and Skyla in New Jersey in 1979 when the family relocated the to be close to other families members and in the same area. She was beautiful, she was loving and sweet, loved to laugh and be outside. When we had relocated out to Anaheim, CA in the late 80’s she really enjoyed being at the beach. She would take her kids with some other family we knew and would meet up and do play dates at the beach, sometimes even pulling them out of school just to go to the beach on some particularly beautiful days, when the weather was perfect.
That’s how we remember our mom as a kind, loving, thoughtful lovable mom. Thoughtful of others in times of need. She was there for us throughout  the most important times in our lives and we respected her as a person and as our mom. We love her deeply and will cherish the memories we made together. We look forward to being reunited with her in heaven. Wait for us Momma! We love you forever & ever!!

Memorial Service

Keller Church of Christ 
205 S Elm St.
Keller, TX 76248
Friday June 19th, 2020 @ 11:00AM
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Jerre & Debbie Mitchell June 12, 2020

Friend Pell City , AL

Thinking of you and your family during this difficult time. Carol was a joy to know. We were in school together at Wellborn. I will miss her humor and appreciation of the beauty of the world around her. Love you Carol and will see you again one day. ❤️

Frankie Smith June 12, 2020

Friend Odenville , AL

The first day of school at Mechanicsville in Anniston, Alabama, September 3, 1957, i was so excited! I loved learning! It never dawned on me that school also meant having friends outside of my family. Carol Pitts walked into my life, and we became BFF’s immediately! She was so full of life and fun—not my strong suits. I was a nerd. Soon joined by Frances Pearson, who was even more shy than me—yes, I really was!—we set out to be the princesses of recess and playground time. I could go on, but I will suffice it to say that we were so close that when we left fourth grade, the teachers and principal thought it would be best to separate us. We never had recess time, playground time, or even lunch together again. And since we didn’t live close together, our friendship stopped, too. We drifted further apart in high school, but I still loved the fun-loving spirit of my friend, Carol. When she lived in Teaneck, New Jersey, she tracked me down through my mother. I lived in Las Vegas, Nevada, at the time, so we communicated briefly by snail mail. That soon waned, too, but, happily, we reconnected years later via Facebook. And you all know how fun her FB posts were. Our private messages tugged at my heart as I remembered my very first school friend! I’m sorry to have rambled on, but to Carol’s family, I want you to know that she was everything good in the world! She loved me despite my awkward friendship skills. She made me laugh when no one else could. She exhibited courage even through her last days. You are blessed to be her family, and I am truly blessed to have called her friend. May God’s peace overcome some of your grief at this time. Remember Carol’s beautiful smile and pass it on to those who need it. With all my heart and love, Frankie Vandiver Smith

Rhonda Johnston Dover June 14, 2020

Friend , AL

Carol was a beautiful friend. She always made me laugh with her love for life, Family and friends. She gave me great advice and I will miss her greatly...

Gita & Jon Brock June 19, 2020

Aunt Englewood , Colorado

Carol was married to my uncle and had two beautiful children, my dear cousins Adam and Skyla. I have great memories going to visit Carol in California and enjoying the sun and beach. She opened her home to all of us on many occasions, and after her divorce from my uncle, she remained close to our family. We were in touch over the years and saw how courageous she was. We loved Carol and will miss her.

Narjes Fakhari June 19, 2020

Sister Palm Desert , California

Those We Love Don’t go away they walk beside us everyday Unseen, Unheard, but always near Still loved, still missed and very dear.

Narjes Fakhari June 19, 2020

Sister Palm Desert , California

Those We Love Don’t go away they walk beside us everyday Unseen, Unheard, but always near Still loved, still missed and very dear.