Carolyn Gipson Falcon
Our mother Carolyn Gipson Falcon, age 79, formerly of Meridian Miss,, and a lot of other places, has arrived at her final address as of Sunday Nov. 3, 2019.
Carolyn graduated from Meridian High School, class of 1958. After graduation she made her way to Florida, where she met and married a Navy man, our father Gene Moore, and they proceeded to have three wonderful children, Tonya, Kashlyn and Develin, who they dragged all over the United States. She did return with her family to live in Meridian on several occasions.
Carolyn seemed to love traveling and moving and continued to do just that after her divorce from our father. She tried wedded bliss three more times to John Guillot, Jack Minton and Ed Falcon, but found it really wasn't for her. She outlived three of the four.
Carolyn has been spending her days in North Dakota since 1993 when she was bothered by a stroke in 2014. She continued to hang out in North Dakota with her soon to be ex-husband Ed Falcon, and her beloved son Develin Moore. Develin was with her when her second stroke came calling and decided her final address. We do not believe she suffered, and that's the way she would have wanted it.
Carolyn loved coffee, cigarettes, and slot machines, and she enjoyed all three in her later years. Ok, maybe she didn't wait that long.
Carolyn was proceeded in death by her parents Champ C. Gipson and Margie Swann Joiner both of Meridian. Her oldest brother Ray Joiner Jr of Meridian also decided to beat her to the Pearly gates.
Those of us remaining waiting our turn are her loving sister Champee Kemp and husband Bill, her patient brother Charlie Joiner and wife Kay, her sister Rita Kay Benton and husband Richard, her sister Johna Rodgers and husband Timothy, her sister Darla Alex and husband Eugene; her much loved stepmother Alva Merle Etchen, and her sister-in-law Debbie Joiner.
Then there's us, her children, Tonya Moore Clayton and husband Tony, Kashlyn Moore Covington and husband Frank, and Develin Moore, the baby, and her beloved son. She also leaves behind seven sad grandchildren: Lance, Keith, Autumn, Felicia, Michael, Neil and Colin, as well as 11 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.
In lieu of a service (because she didn't want one) the family will hold a "Celebration of Life."
Friends may contribute to the Salvation Army at in the name of Carolyn Falcon, so she can continue to help those less fortunate than herself.
Published on November 8, 2019


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Janis BRown Fox Meridian, MS sO SO
Nov 09, 2019
SO sorry for your loss.
Donald @Doris Moore
Nov 08, 2019
So sorry for your loss I know how much it hurts we never want them to pass we are human. May God watch and be with each and every one of you during this heartache.