Carol Ann Hyvl

Carol Hyvl, 57, of Caldwell, passed away on Saturday, October 18, in her sister’s home in Steep Hollow with her family gathered around her. A Memorial Service is scheduled for 6pm on Friday, October 24 at Callaway-Jones Funeral Home, 3001 South College Avenue, Bryan. Cremation services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral Home and Crematory.

Carol was born in Bryan, Texas to Louis and Geneva (McGough) Lane. She attended schools in the Bryan Public School System. She graduated from Bryan High School in 1976 and then attended Charles and Sue’s Beauty School.

She met and married James L. Hyvl, of Snook, Texas in May 1980. They were blessed with one son, Christopher Lee Hyvl. Chris and his wife Casey, gave Carol and James four beautiful grandchildren; Amber, Shelby, Garrett, and Tyler.

Carol was preceded in death by her parent’s Louis E. Lane and Geneva Lane; two brothers Louis Lane Jr., and Wilford Lee Lane.

She is survived by her husband James; her son and daughter-in-law Christopher and Casey Hyvl; her grandchildren of Brooklyn, Texas; her sisters Iona (Nonie) Hyvl and husband Alton Hyvl, of Dayton, Texas; Linda Schultz and her husband Rudy; her brother Otis William Lane, all of Bryan; her cousin Barbara Hejl, whom she loved dearly and helped so much during Carol’s last few weeks of her life; she leaves her many cousins, aunts, uncles and close friends.


  1. Aunt Carol you will be dearly missed. You were my funniest and favorite aunt. Your laugh could make anyone feel happy. You had a quirky since of humor and I still remember how you would tease me with my baby dolls and Barbie dolls. I’m so happy your with nanny again and excited that you are with our Lord and Savior. Until me meet again your memory will always be with me carried safely in my heart. God speed. Love always your niece Tootie.

  2. Aunt Carol,
    There are no goodbyes from us because those we hold closest to our hearts never truly leave us.  They live on in the kindness they have shared and the love they
    brought into our lives. You will live on in the kindness that is in our hearts and although we will miss you dearly, we will one day see you again. Until then, we will say we love you.
    -All our Love,
    Jon & Robyn

  3. Aunt Carol,
    We will not say goodbye because those we hold closest to our hearts never truly leave us.  They live on in the kindness they have shared and the love they brought into our lives. Although we will miss you, we know that one day soon, we will be together again. For now, we will just say we love you.
    -All our love,
    Jon & Robyn

  4. My deepest sympathy’s to all of Carols family. I went to school with Carol and remember how much fun she was to be around. I had the great pleasure of running into Carol several years ago and really had a wonderful time talking with her. I will keep all of her family in my prayers. Matthew 5:4 “Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.
    Jeannette Doriocourt

  5. Dearest Carol, my heart is so sad to see you leave us. I will always remember your caring happy side and your mischievous side and that smile. You were so full of funny tricks. I will remember your happy funny side forever. I love you and I will miss you so much. Thank you for all of the good times and everything you did for me. Tell Granny, Will and Feller I said hi and to all of our other loved ones up there in Heaven. You will be missed.

    With love always,
    Your Niece

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