Carol M. Ice - Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Homes & Crematory

Carol M. Ice

Born April 22, 1943

Carol M. Ice, age 74, of Newark, DE, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, October 18, 2017.

Born in Philadelphia, PA on April 22, 1943, Carol was the daughter of the late John and Alice (Hawks) Dougherty. She owned and operated Me-Mom’s Daycare, providing in-home childcare for a number of youngsters throughout the years. In her leisure time, Carol enjoyed cruise travel and visiting casinos. She was a devoted wife, mother, sister, grandmother, and great grandmother and will be dearly missed by all.

Carol is survived by her loving husband of 56 years, Junior L. Ice; children, Susan Dobrosielski (Chris) and Glenn, all of Newark; brother, Bobby Dougherty; grandchildren, Jason, Jessica, Haleigh, and Ryan; and great grandchildren, Taylor, Jayden, Jaylynn, Joey, and Jordan.

A visitation for family and friends will be held from 10:00 am until 11:00 am on Saturday morning, October 28, 2017, at the Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 121 West Park Place, Newark, DE, where a memorial service will begin at 11:00 am. Interment will be private.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Carol’s memory may be made to a charity of the donor’s choosing.


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20 Condolences for Carol M. Ice

  • I miss you and love you. You were a beautiful woman inside and out.

  • We love and miss you Aunt. Don’t worry about Unc. We’ll take care of him. Rest In Peace.

  • Carol and junior, with their children Susan and Glen, were our good neighbors for the 19 years we lived on Longfield road in Scottfield. We are so sad to hear that Carol has passed. We remember her fondly and wish her family comfort and peace

  • “Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal”.
    Carol was a good listener, warm and compassion person who care for so many.
    She had such a beautiful smile that would light up a room. My mother and her grew up
    together and I know my mom has welcome her into heaven.
    I am so glad I was name after a women as wonderful as Carol.
    You will be missed by many.

  • We love you and miss you Aunt Carol. Don’t worry about Uncle Junior, we’ll take care of him. Rest in Peace.

  • Sorry sue she will be in God’s hands now I met her one time at your house in Glasgow Court she seems so nice person that’s when your daughter was young Jessica sorry I can’t be there I was just up there a month ago for my mother’s funeral she is buried in Graceland Cemetery so keep in touch with me love you God will be with you all

  • So sorry to hear of Carol’s passing. I have known her all of my life. I am so glad we reconnected via Facebook and were able to catch up and have many interesting chats over the years.
    You will be missed old friend.

  • Carol is my (Sister in law).Yes she’s a wonderful person,kind hearted and loving.We r going to miss u dearly.I remember she and junior were down on the farm for a visit and while they were there,junior and her went out to buy a set of horse head’s to be posted at the entrance to our property,that was a very sweet thought.When junior and I were still on the farm at sharpsburg,Maryland as kid’s we finally seperated and for year’s we were not connected because i was enlisted in the military and travel here and over sea’s.Finally junior found me and came for a visit,we have been very close since him, and Carol. We love u Carol (Rip)

  • So many memories over the years. So glad you were in our lives. My children and grandchild loved you. So who do I run to now ? , sit and have our morning coffee ? Complain about husbands , kids, life? Will miss you my friend but I know I’ll see you again. Love You

  • you were absolutely and barr-nunn one of the most special and greatest women to have ever touched my life you are now one of my guardian angels and I am grateful and honored to have you as that I will always love you and miss you to the greatest woman or one of I love you always and forever Justin the original bunch

  • To Junior and all the Family,I have been apart of your lives on and off my whole 48 yrs.I have wonderful memories and we all been threw a lot! Carol Ice was a strong practical easy going Women,she dealt with everyone’s problems on top of her own,Carol always showed she would be there if you needed her.,Carol made a business out of her love for kids and life! Who does that? She Did many years many generations,! She was all of our go to weather a day Ayr,Carol never rejected anyone,she had a tolerance of a saint,not saying she was never mad or upset,but she never turned anyone away, Carol was and is A very special Human Being ,I always and will respect her,xo Always

  • I am so, so sorry to hear of the loss of Aunt Carol. Please know that you all are in our thoughts and prayers. Hugs my Godfather.

  • aunt carol may you rest in peace i hope you know how much i love you and always will you and uncle junior means more to me then you”ll ever know your family is in our thought and prayersj

  • To my Uncle Junior and my cousins my thoughts and prayers are with you today. I only have fond memories of my Aunt Carol and I know she was loved by so many. RIP my Dear Aunt Carol. Love you, Patsy Wheeler Cole

  • We are so sorry for your loss, Aunt Carol was a lovely person,everytime we met,we talked and had a nice time, she sure will be missed, prayers for Junior and the family.

  • Glenn please always remember that I will always be here for you and your dad. Carol has always been like a second mother to me. And I am so honored to have had her in my life. And am so thankful that she treated me like one of her own. And treated my nieces like one of her own. My nieces Brooklyn and Layla loved themselves their Ms.Carol and they always will. Just like the rest of us.

  • Glenn and jr please remember I am always here for you guys. And carol was always be my forever second mom. She always treated me and my nieces (Brooklyn and Layla) like one of her own. I am forever grateful for that

  • From the time we were little until now Carol to us was only known as Aunt Carol. She was very close with our Mom. They grew up together and Aunt Carol’s parents were like parents to our Mom. I wish we had spent more time with her. We will never forget you Aunt Carol, you will always be in our hearts like everyone who has gone before you. You will live on in your children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. God gained an Angel who loved her family unconditionally!

  • We are so sorry to hear of Carol;s passing, she was a beautiful lady.

    So hard to put on paper
    how we feel inside,
    Lost behind a wall of emotions
    Yet thankful for the times.

    Sorrowfully Submitted
    Chaplain MyRon & GloRia Smith

  • i still think about my memom and how loving and caring she was and I still think about her to this day and age screenshot pictures of her when I see her and at night I pray for her and I tell her how much I love her and I hope that I see her one day in heaven and that me and her had a great bond and that I’m officially 12 now and I love you so much rest in peace Memom🥺💕