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Carole Christine Sciotto
Manteo- Carole Christine Sciotto or Carole Scott as she was best know by friends and family, joined her Savior Monday February 22, 2016 in Virginia Beach, VA. Carole was the daughter of the late Henry and Regina Kulwicki. She was born in Baltimore, MD November 26, 1948.
Carole was a long time Manteo citizen. She earned a degree in youth ministry from Liberty University and applied her learning to working with the youth and elderly of our local communities. Carole also had a life-long fascination with history. She was instrumental in securing historic designation status for several local landmarks important in the Underground Railroad system.
A woman of God, Carole was a faithful member of Corinth Missionary Baptist Church in Jarvisburg, NC. She attended bible study regularly and could always be counted on to assist with numerous religious and other publications through the years. Carole’s spirit of love and friendship will live on through the family and friends she cherished.
Surviving Carole is her loyal long-time friend, soul-mate, and companion Eugene Austin of the Manteo residence; her daughter, Monika Beckler Casale of Muncy, PA; her son, Charles Beckler (Isolde) of Ramspau, Germany; her two, sisters MaryJeanne Botteon of Maryland, Diane Kemler (David) of Florida; her brother, Walt Kulwicki (Jill) also of Florida, three grandchildren, numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and extended family members as well as her Corinth Church Family.
The funeral and committal ceremony will held at Corinth Missionary Baptist Church in Jarvisburg, NC Saturday February 27, 2016 at 11 am. The burial will be private. Reverend Curtis M. Brinkley, Jr. will be the eulogist.
Condolences to the family may be expressed via the online register at www.gallopfuneralservices.com. Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. was entrusted with arrangements.