Davison-Fulton/Bartonville Chapel

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Audrey J. Wright

July 3, 1929July 4, 2020

Audrey J. Wright, 91, of Farmington, formerly of Bartonville, passed away Saturday, July 4, 2020 at Farmington Country Manor.

She was born July 3, 1929 in Hanna City to Harris and Ruth (Gerdes) Doubet. She married Norman Carroll in Hanna City on June 28, 1947, he preceded her in death on June 11, 1987. She later married Phil Wright on March 11, 1990 and he also preceded her in death on December 13, 2003. Also preceding her in death were her parents, her son, Dan Carroll, two sisters and one brother.

Surviving is her son, Virgil (Vicky) Carroll of Bartonville, five grandchildren, Brian (Joanna) Carroll of Pekin, Jody (Tami) Carroll of Bartonville, Stephanie Henry of Mahomet, Dusty Carroll of Bartonville, and Angela (Mark) Stewart of Bartonville; ten great-grandchildren, two great-great-grandchildren, four sisters and one brother.

Audrey worked in the office at Meadow Brook Dairy for several years before leaving to raise her family. She will be remembered as a devoted wife, loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, great-great grandmother and sister.

A graveside service will be Thursday, July 9, 2020 at 11:30 am at Smithville Cemetery in Smithville. Davison-Fulton Bartonville Chapel is in charge of arrangements.

The family would like to extend a special thank you to Farmington Country Manor and to Linda Matheny with hospice.

Memorials may be made to St. Jude Midwest Affiliate. Online condolences can be submitted to www.davison-fulton-bartonvillechapel.com.


  • Graveside Service

    Thursday, July 9, 2020


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Patricia Welker

July 11, 2020

I got to know Audrey at FCM. What a beautiful lady, always looking so nice. She was always friendly and willing to chat with me. I also know that you guys, her Son & wife and her two sisters, was very faithful in visiting every week, which I'm sure Audrey appreciated. I am sorry that this Covid 19 came along and made Audrey's end of life harder for her and you guys as you could no longer visit. I've missed seeing her since I can't go out there either. She was a very special lady.
I am the lady who always had a hat on. You guys have my deepest sympathy.

Connie Diden

July 10, 2020

I so enjoyed meeting your mom and getting to know her in the last few years. She will be greatly missed.

Don and Carol Plant

July 9, 2020

Oh what a Blessing Audrey was. She welcomed us with heart and soul when we moved in to the Cove in Okeechobee...We shared many precious times together. She loved her family dearly and knew and loved the Lord sincerely. One day, Dear Audrey, there will be 'no more Goodbyes'....We will never forget you and will always be thankful for the Blessing you were...

Sharon Carroll

July 7, 2020

Wanting to send our sympathy Virgil & Vicky. Your cousin, Sharon C

Suzanne Schuld

July 7, 2020

I was able to visit Aunt Audrey a few times in Florida when I visited my snow bird folks there. Her house was always spotless, with her afternoon cookies ready to share ,and she always welcomed family visits!
Audrey loved her Lord. I got to spend a little more time with her when I moved Farmington for a few years, (which was about the time she entered the nursing home there.) She looked forward to visits, and we always talked abt God and how maybe He placed her there to share God with others living there. She was very concerned about getting dementia and prayed often that she would not "lose her mind." She probably had a better memory than me up until the last yr of her life, so the prayers definitely helped!!!
My best memory of a conversation with her was about a couple of nursing home staff who were not nice to her. She said, "But that's only 2 and what can they do?!"😉
My condolences to her family. May God comfort you and bless you with good memories to carry you on .❤️
Suzie Schuld

Valerie Doubet

July 6, 2020

Aunt Audrey was the eldest of the 9 siblings of the Doubet family although she was the tiniest and always looked her Sunday best! She must have liked to clean too I can remember my mom saying you could eat off her floors!
I happened to be lucky enough to see her the very day they stopped visitors from coming into the country manor. She was always happy to see me and my therapy dog Barkley! Hope heaven has lipstick..you may be able to borrow my mom's if you didn't bring your own!
I'm sure the heavenly reunion was divine!
Love you♥️🙏
Your niece Valerie Doubet

Irene Bunnet

July 6, 2020

I am sad. My Aunt took me to Sunday school as a child. She was happy to see me the few times I made it to Farmington. May she be with my Mom now.


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