Mary R. Carrico, 65, HuntingburgMay 1, 2020
Mary R. Carrico, 65, of Huntingburg, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, April 30, 2020, surrounded by loved ones. She will long be remembered as having a heart of gold. Mary was always a giving person to those in need of a smile, kind word, or helping hand.
Mary was born on Sept. 21, 1954, to Chester and Rosena Lankford of Holland. She was co-owner and retired from Carrico Office Furniture Inc. after 24 years as a Sprayer Finisher.
Mary was a great seamstress and a phenomenal baker. She loved nature, camping, and mowing her lawn. Mary especially enjoyed traveling across the nation with her husband, winters in Texas, and outings with her family.
Mary is survived by her husband, David, and children: her daughter, Christine (Richard) Bowling; son, Rodney (Jennifer) Carrico; daughter, Emily (Nathan) Walker; daughter, Amy (David) Dupin; and daughter, Tara Carrico; and grandchildren Teresa, Natalie and Mitchell, Jonathan, Keegan, Chase, Lukas, Kadyn and Brantley. Mary is also survived by her sisters, Linda (Howard) Snyder of Terre Haute, Nancy Kelley of Huntingburg and Judy (Gary) Gilliat of Pendleton.
Mary was preceded in death by her parents, Chester and Rosena Lankford; her son, Keith Rogers; and sister, Jacquelyn Keeper.
Mary was loved by everyone who knew her and will be missed by all, including her dog Katie Sue.
A private service is planned at Fuller Funeral Home, in Dale.
Fuller Funeral Home (www.fullersfh.com) is handling arrangements.
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