Carolyn Warner Gilreath

Carolyn Warner Gilreath

October 20, 1938 – March 21, 2021

Age 82

Carolyn was a leader in the beauty industry for over 30 years and active church volunteer.

Preceded in death by husband of 51 wonderful years, Millard “Gil” Gilreath, Jr.; parents Vander Warner, Sr., and Maggie Warner.  Survived by children Leslie and Lou Samara, GA, Michael and Roze Gilreath, CA, Matthew and Rachael Gilreath, FL; grandchildren Nicole, Chelsea, Amber, Caitlin, Courtney, Cameron, Carolyn, and Gabriel; great-grandchild, Hayes.

Visitation following CDC guidelines: Friday, April 9th, 5:00-7:00 p.m., Bellevue Memorial Chapel.

Funeral Service following CDC guidelines:  Saturday, April 10th, 10:00 a.m., Bellevue Memorial Chapel.

To view video of the service, click the link below:

https://boxcast.tv/view/carolyn-warner-gilreath-310179

Interment: Bellevue Cemetery

Memorials: The Parkinson’s Foundation

3 Comments

  • Velva DeSoe Posted April 1, 2021 9:48 pm

    Carolyn was a remarkable woman of God she was the light in dark places. I loved her so much she made me feel like i was special and that she loved me dearly. It meant a lot to me wished i could of been with her through her transition. Love you all you guys are blessed to have a mother like Carolyn my love and heart ♥️ goes out to the Gilreath’s family.

  • Jay Worden Posted April 10, 2021 10:25 am

    Leslie, Mike and and Matt and Family,
    Just a quick note to send you my condolences once again. If circumstances had been different, I would have been there. The service for your wonderful mother was absolutely beautiful. Loved listening to all your tributes. You all have my deepest sympathy. I love you 10 million times in a jar. God bless you all, Jay

  • Cindy Gensler Posted April 10, 2021 8:32 pm

    I so appreciated the opportunity to work at Clinique w/ Carolyn as my territory mgr in the mid 80’s. I was newly married & needed a job while my husband was finishing hiis degree at UNL. She was very encouraging & a beautiful woman, inside & out. I always looked forward to her visiting for special events. To God be the glory for the impact Carolyn had on me at such an impressionable time. My prayers & condolences to you all.

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