- (Medical):Carolyn was born in Kosciusko, Mississippi. She attended Kosciusko Elementary School in Kosciusko, Mississippi. Her family later moved to Springfield, South Carolina. She graduated from Springfield High School in 1957. While in high school, Carolyn was voted Most Athletic and Best Sport. She was JHA President for two years. She played basketball four years. During one of their games her senior year, Carolyn scored forty-four points. The Springfield faculty chose her as the winner of a speaking contest.
Carolyn attended Jackson Polishing School, a school of the arts in Jackson, Mississippi. She took basic computer technology and advanced typing courses at Aiken Technical College in Aiken, South Carolina. She was given a certificate of hours after completing those courses. She also attended cooking classes in Kosciusko, Mississippi.
Carolyn married Dutch Moore in Marshall, Texas. They have two children, Charles Raburn and Hugh Ronald. Hugh Ronald has two girls. Charles has three stepchildren. Dutch's son, Anthony, had three children so Carolyn has six step-grandchildren.
Carolyn has had many varied work experiences. She was a floating hostess for conventions held at the King Edward Hotel Convention Hall in Jackson, Mississippi. She was a freelance fashion model for various stores and boutiques in Jackson. She worked in management/ purchasing for Milner Enterprises in Jackson. She operated a childcare center from her home in Lexington. She baked wedding cakes and cakes for all occasions. She was president, developer, and manufacturer of MAPA-NUT Syrup for Moore's Syrup Co., Inc. in Kosciusko. At one time Carolyn had hoped to open a craft store there and feature her MAPA-NUT Syrup but due to circumstances beyond her control, she was never able to do that. She was in management for The Jackson Daily/Clarion Ledger newspapers in Jackson and Lexington. She was also in horticulture sales (yard, home, garden) in Bath, South Carolina. Carolyn is a professional entertainer. She performs "K's Dances of the Century." These dances include all of the dances of the 1900's. She does these dances in sophisticated style and in formal wear to all kinds of music.
Carolyn's hobbies are going to auctions, regular and line dancing, landscaping, playing cards, crafts, "making someone's day" and organizing benefits. She is an avid gardener. She designs and sews many of her clothes. She loves to bake and develop recipes. She has written a family cookbook, K's Kitchen Secrets. She plans to feature it in several newspapers and possibly on television.
In 1986 Carolyn toured California for a month visiting most points of interest. She has also been to Mexico. A couple of years ago Carolyn, Dutch and Charles enjoyed a few days in the Great Smoky Mountains. She and Dutch also enjoyed a seven-day cruise to the Caribbean. They spent two days seeing all the sights in Miami and had a wonderful time! They live in Bath, South Carolina.