Carol “Joyner” Lukey
Sept. 01, 1945 – Jan. 15, 2022
Carol Joyner Lukey, 76, of Mechanicsville passed away peacefully surrounded by family on January 15, 2022.
Carol was preceded in death by her husband of 44 years, Loren J. Lukey III. She is survived by her three daughters, sons-in-law, and all of her beloved grandchildren.
There will be a visitation on Thursday, January 20, 2022 at 2:00 pm with a memorial service to follow at 3:00 pm at Affinity Funeral Service Mechanicsville Chapel. Click here to view the livestreamed service for Carol Joyner Lukey.
Carol was a very special lady and good friend. Loved working with her for many years. She was always smiling and loved life. So sorry for her passing. May her memory always be a blessing.
The Moyer family, Doug, Nadine, John & Moe
Carol was a co worker of mine and always a pleasure to work with.
A very sweet lady. May her girls find comfort and peace at this time.
Carol Lynn was the daughter of my daddy’s sister, Eula Mae. Even though we lived in North Carolina and Carol in Virginia Beach, we literally all grew up together. We had so much as children either on the family farm or in the Joyner house in Virginia Beach. I remember Carol and Lauren’s wedding. I know Carol and Lauren had many years of happy married life but never was it enough. Carol and her sister Sandy visited Johnston County las in 2016. We talked of old times and the families we each had. Carol will be surely missed because she was such a great, happy, smiling person. I pray for that all the happy memories will give Cindy, Jennifer, Lisa and their families and all the sisters smile.
Love to all
Praying God’s perfect peace for her family and all who love her. Hugs for Cindy.
Carol was a great sweet woman would have pudding fights with my baby lol her and Lauren helped us through a tough time and Lisa was like a sister I will forever be in there gratitude
Carol was my oldest sister and she took that position very seriously . She did her best to take care of us when our mom had to go to visit her mom. We always loved each other and never had any cross words with each other or any major arguments in all those years. Will miss you my sweet sister.
We have very fond memories of Carol and her family. It’s so nice seeing her family look back enjoying all the years of their wonderful life together. Carol was a good friend and neighbor for many years, she will be missed.
What a blessing to know Carol and her loving family. What wonderful memories of our families as neighbor and friends’
CAROL WAS THE OLDEST OF 6 SIBLINGS AND SHE WILL BE GREATLY MISSED . WE WERE A VERY CLOSE FAMILY AND ENJOYED FAMILY OUTINGS AT THE BEACH HOUSE AND GET TOGETHERS AT OUR FAMILY HOME. CAROL, SANDY AND MYSELF LIKE GOING ON CRUISES AND GAMBLING ADVENTURES. ONE FUNNY STORY IS WHEN CAROL AND SANDY WERE ON A CRUISE EXCURSION AND SANDY WAS PUSHING CAROL IN A WHEELCHAIR AND SHE LOST CONTROL AND CAROL RAN INTO A LADY THAT STOPPED HER JUST BEFORE GOING OFF A CLIFF, BUT IT DIDN’T STOP THEM FROM HAVING FUN. THERE WAS LOTS OF STORIES, BUT I WILL STOP WITH THAT ONE. BYE CAROL I LOVE YOU.