CAROLE MOBAYED EDDINS, age 80, of Lincoln, Neb., passed away peacefully on August 26, 2018, after a struggle with dementia. Carole was born July 13, 1938, in Ashland, Kentucky, the daughter of Louis A. Mobayed and Lavella Hatfield. Carole graduated from Huntington East High School in Huntington, West Virginia, where she received numerous awards and recognition, including Miss Highlander 1955. She continued her education at Marshall University in Huntington, where she was a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority. In 1958, Carole married her high school sweetheart, Stuart L. Eddins, at Highlawn Presbyterian Church in Huntington. In 1961, they moved to Lincoln, Nebraska, with their first child, Stuart L. Eddins Jr.; the family soon grew to include daughters Susan Kay and Elizabeth Ann. Throughout her life, Carole was active in her church homes including First Presbyterian Church and later Eastridge Presbyterian Church; all brought her great joy. Carole’s time in the Urban Development Department for the City of Lincoln included working on many different neighborhood redevelopment projects. The project closest to her heart was the revitalization of the Haymarket neighborhood including the “Iron Horse Legacy” mural and the restored #710 steam locomotive that anchored the area. Carole is survived by her husband of 60 years, Stuart Eddins, and her three children, Stuart L. Eddins (LeeAnn), Susan K. Eddins (Mike Lineberry) and Elizabeth A. Norvelle (Tom); three wonderful grandchildren, Erica Gibson (Ian), Justin Eddins (Amber) and Zachary Tacey; two step-grandchildren, Shelby Lineberry and Kylie Lineberry; and two great-grandchildren, Lennon Gibson and Blake Eddins. Alife so beautifully lived deserves to be beautifully remembered. Please join us as we celebrate Carole’s life at Eastridge Presbyterian Church, 1135 Eastridge Drive, Lincoln, NE, on Friday, September 21, with visitation in the Welcome Center from 10 to 11 a.m., with the service at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Eastridge Presbyterian Church, General Fund, would be appreciated. Condolences online at www.roperandsons.com.