Wanda Carrington, a dedicated and respected educator with over 40 years of service the Broward County School system, has unfortunately passed away. She was born on July 1, 1956, in the charming town of Burnt Corn, Alabama, and she peacefully departed this world on December 25, 2023, in Davie, Florida. She was surrounded by the love of her family, bringing her great comfort.
Wanda had a remarkable career that spanned four decades within the Broward County School system. Her passion for education was evident in the tireless dedication she exhibited to her students and colleagues alike. Wanda's impact extended beyond the classroom walls as she influenced countless young minds throughout her tenure.
A graduate of Monticello University, Wanda achieved her Masters degree in her pursuit of academic excellence. Her commitment to lifelong learning was an inspiration to all who knew her.
While Wanda poured her heart and soul into her professional endeavors, she also cherished her family and friends above all else. She adored them with a love that knew no bounds. Wanda's warm presence and infectious laughter could light up any room. Her unwavering support and encouragement were always readily available to those fortunate enough to be part of her inner circle.
Wanda's passing leaves an indescribable void in the lives of those she treasured most. She is survived by her beloved husband, Tony Carrington Sr., who stood by her side through life's joys and challenges. Together, they created a loving home enriched with love and shared experiences.
Her memory will also be cherished by her son Tony Carrington and his devoted wife Jade of Port St Lucie, Florida. Additionally, she leaves behind her daughter Amanda Carrington of Wetumpka, Alabama. These two individuals were not only Wanda's children but also a source of immense pride and joy for her.
Wanda's grandchildren held a special place in her heart – Laniva Carrington, Anil Aaron Paul, Aaden Paul of Wetumpka, Alabama, as well as Marcellus Carrington, Bruxtin Carrington, and Elijah Jackson Tanner of Port St Lucie, Florida. She celebrated their accomplishments with unwavering enthusiasm.
Wanda's presence will also be deeply missed by her loving mother Hazel Andrews of Burnt Corn, Alabama. Throughout her life, Wanda maintained a close bond with her mother – a bond that was built on love, respect, and unwavering support. Her mother's guidance shaped the woman Wanda became.
In addition to her mother and immediate family members mentioned above, Wanda was preceded in death by her father Elie Spurgeon Miller and her brother Fredrick Miller. She also leaves behind three Sisters. whom she loved dearly. Their shared experiences and cherished memories will forever stand as a testament to the love that bound them as family.
On January 5th, 2024, a Funeral Service will be held to honor Wanda's remarkable life at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah Witness located at 10000 Orange Drive in Davie, Florida. The service will commence at 6:00 PM.
Wanda Carrington's departure leaves an immeasurable void in our hearts. Her impact on countless lives within the Broward County School system is imprinted in the history of education in this community. Her dedication to her loved ones inspired all who had the privilege of crossing paths with her. More importantly she dedicated her life to god through the waters of baptism. She proclaimed the word of God by example and word, as witness to His great love.
As we bid farewell to this extraordinary soul who graced our lives with kindness and wisdom, we find solace knowing that she has left behind an enduring legacy of love. Wanda will forever be remembered for her infectious laughter, selfless nature, and unwavering commitment to those she held dear.
May Wanda Carrington's gentle soul find eternal peace, and may her spirit continue to inspire all those whose lives she touched.