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Maudie Carr

August 13, 1926 ~ March 14, 2019 (age 92)
March 14, 2019 brought to a close 92 years of a life well lived for Maudie F Carr. She was born August 13, 1926, in Pink, Oklahoma to Grace Nevalle and Raymond Edward Hunt. She attended Spring Hill and Rock Dale grade schools and graduated from Calumet High School in 1944.
Following her high school graduation in 1944, Maudie was an avid reader and teacher of the Holy Bible. She loved to work with children and minister to people. She was very active in Women on mission groups at her church. She worked at Tinker Air Force before and after her marriage to Frank. She was a homemaker after they had children. After the children were older she worked for a time at the church office for Hugh R Bumpas, pastor.
Maudie loved spending time with family and her beloved husband of 69 years, William Frank Carr. Maudie was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, two sisters, and two brothers. Left to cherish her memories are her children, Sandra Bonds and husband Richard of Louisville, TN; Susan Westbrook and husband Charley of Denham Springs, LS, and Steven Carr and wife Nancy of Oklahoma City; grandchildren Truman Bonds and wife Caitlin of Knoxville, TN, Sarah Mentzer and husband Doug of Knoxville, TN, Rebekah Wade and husband Aaron of Kokopo, Papua New Guinea, Elijah Westbrook and wife Mariko of Honolulu, HI, Nathan Carr and wife Sarah of Oklahoma City, David Carr and wife Amanda of Oklahoma City, Joseph Carr and wife Michelle of Oklahoma City, and Jacob Carr and wife Dawnielle of New York City,NY; great-grandchildren, Jack and Jake Mentzer of Knoxville, TN, Hannah, Solomon and Adah Bonds of Knoxville, TN, Evie Abel, Judah, Zeke, and Boaz of Kokopo, Papua New Guinea, Areta, Honor, Esther, Olive and Ezra Carr of Oklahoma City, Ethum, Avre, Coen, and Penelope Carr of Oklahoma City, and Remi Carr of New York City, NY, and Lydia Carr of Oklahoma City.
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