"Carole \nSusan McAfee, 68, of Cranberry Township, went to be \nwith Jesus on Resurrection Sunday, April 12, 2020, \nwhile praying with her family. A devout follower of \nJesus, she was famous for her unwavering, remarkable \nfaith. Even in the most trying of times, she had a \npeace that surpassed all earthly understanding. Her \nlife was marked by true love and kindness.\n\nCarole was born in Pittsburgh on Christmas Eve. A \ntrue Christmas Carole, her very life was a song of \njoyous praise. She met her husband, Bob McAfee, in \nart school. They quickly fell in love, and their \nadoration for each other only grew stronger each \nyear since their first date, 50 years ago this year. \nThey cherished every moment that they spent \ntogether, whether it be shopping, enjoying movies, \ngoing to restaurants, or vacationing to Niagara \nFalls, where they spent their honeymoon.\n\nA caring, selfless, and devoted mother, she \nhomeschooled and raised her son, David McAfee, and \nlater welcomed his wife, Elisa McAfee, into their \nfamily as she would her own daughter. They are \nthankful for the generational blessing in the Spirit \nthat will impact their future children, and their \nchildren's children.\n\nCarole always put family first. She was the oldest \nof four, and is survived by her kind and thoughtful \nmother, Dorothy Highberger of Oakmont, as well as \nher loving siblings Paul Highberger of Beaver Falls, \nLeslie Lamanna of Virginia, and John Highberger of \nCalifornia.\n\nIn her free time, she enjoyed finding and perfecting \nnew recipes, caring for her pet cockatiels, and \nsewing. \n\nCarole was gentle and humble, yet a bold evangelist \nwith a powerful desire to share the good news of \nJesus, and His living power to heal. \n\nA note she has always kept at her bedside, in her \nown writing: "Faith is the demonstration of \nconfidence in God. Hebrews 11:1 - Now faith is being \nsure of what we hope for and certain of what we do \nnot see."\n\nIn lieu of flowers, contributions in her honor can \nbe made to your local church.\n\nArrangements are being handled by the \nThompson-Miller Funeral Home, Inc., 124 East North \nStreet, Butler, PA 16001.