Carolyn Faye Glover Roberts, age 75, passed away on April 28, 2021, at her home in Keithville, Louisiana, with family by her side. Private graveside services will be held at a later date. Carolyn was born to Floyd and Iris Nell Glover on June 17, 1945, on Father’s Day in Beaumont, Texas. She was the oldest of four daughters. Her sisters were Norma, Dawn, and Julie. She was saved and baptized at Calvary Baptist Church of Beaumont in 1963. She met the love of her life, Gerald Wayne Roberts, while attending Bethany Baptist Church. They married at Calvary Baptist Church in Beaumont on April 3, 1965. Rev. Gerald and Carolyn Roberts were married 55 years. On November 20, 1966, God blessed them with a son, Michael Wayne Roberts. He was the center and joy of their life. God would call Michael home on September 7, 1977, at the age of 10 years and 10 months. One of her favorite chapters in the Bible was Psalm 27, and her favorite verses were John 3:16, Matthew 21:22, and Psalm 34:4. God had a plan for Carolyn’s life. She had been created to be the wife of Gerald Roberts, and her purpose in life was to be a pastor’s wife. God gave her the privilege of meeting so many wonderful people and making so many lifelong friendships. She was right where God wanted her to be. She was preceded in death by her husband, Rev. Gerald Roberts; her mother, Iris Nell Glover; her father, Floyd H. Glover, Jr; her son, Michael Wayne; and her sister, Dawn Glover Smith. A special thank you to Amedisys Hospice for the excellent care given to me. Thank you to Pam Williams, Julia Scaife, and Michelle Halko for all you did to help Gerald and me these past few years. A sincere thank you to Dr. Germain Cassiere for every phone call and encouraging word. Thank you to Rev. Glen Howard for your weekly phone calls and frequent visits. Cynthia Garlington, thank you for being my best friend; I treasured every moment we spent together. Thank you to Allen, Dianne, Jonah, Abigail, and Anna Poe. Thank you for allowing Gerald and I both to spend our final days together in our own home surrounded by hugs, laughter, love, and singing hymns along with Jimmy Swaggart. In lieu of flowers, please donate to your local church or a Christian charity.