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Little & Sons Funeral Home

1301 Main Street, Beech Grove, IN

OBITUARY

Carol Sue Hooker

December 10, 1946June 14, 2020

Carol Sue Hooker

73, of Beech Grove, Indiana passed away on June 14, 2020. Carol was a long time member of South Emerson Church of God and worked as Director of Food Services for Beech Grove Schools.

Carol is survived by her son; Lowell Hooker Jr., sisters; Deana Salisbury and Billie Bishoff, along with her sister-in-law; Bobbie.

She was preceded in death by her loving husband; Lowell Hooker Sr.

Visitation will be held on Saturday, June 20, 2020 from 10:00am-1:00pm at South Emerson Church of God (3939 South Emerson Ave., Indianapolis, Indiana 46203). Funeral Services will be held immediately following at the church.

Funeral arrangements entrusted to Little and Sons Funeral Home.

www.littleandsonsbeechgrove.com

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Jan Mernone

July 8, 2020

Dear Lowell, I was so sorry to read of your mother's death. I just happened to see it on Little and Sons website. I taught in several of the Beech Grove Schools and counted Carol as one of my friends. I would go into the kitchen at the high school and visit her whenever I was over that way. She was such a sweet person. I know she missed your dad like crazy. He was also one of the good ones. I know you are alone now, but I hope you can take heart in what good parents the Lord allowed you to have.
Beech Grove retired teacher, Jan Mernone

Paul Kirby

June 18, 2020

Carol and I go back several years-22 as a matter of fact. I met her the first time when I visited her and her husband's home. Her parents attended the South Emerson Avenue Church of God where I was the pastor. At that time they were attending the South Meridian Church of God. I prayed with her and for her often. Finally she and her husband began attending South Emerson. She was a loving woman of God who always gave as much as she could to others. She served the South Emerson church as its Treasurer for the last several years following Lowell's (her husband's) death.
She always was a part of the solution to a problem and never the problem itself. So much I could say but her life was its own best testimony and witness to a loving and saving God.

Rhonda Guzier

June 18, 2020

Carol and I a wonderful friendship! We had a lot of great talks and laughs! She was so sweet to my daughter and I loved our friendship she will be missed .

Angela Coffey

June 17, 2020

i remember the last time i saw Carol i made her laugh sitting in the pew i pretended like i was directing music she was on my left side & i tell u she started laughing it was so funny

Norma Adams

June 17, 2020

It has been many years since I've seen or spoken to Carol. I was a teenager when I saw her the last time. She always had a smile on her face and was so good natured. Prayers for her family during this difficult time.

LYNDIA & Gary FRY

June 17, 2020

Carol was such a big part of the great memories we have of South Emerson Church. Sending prayers for comfort and peace to her family and friends. Looking forward to the Great Reunion.

Gary & Lyndia Fry

Scott Bradford

June 16, 2020

Carol used to sit in her back office in the kitchen, always working so hard. She loved the kids. She loved her job. She loved everybody that came into that a little tiny office. I worked at Beech Grove High School as the choral director. I’d go in there for a favor and I’d come out with advice. She often tell me to slow down and that I needed to sleep more. She was concerned with me as a person...Usually I was told I need to eat better. The great part is I always came out of that kitchen office knowing that God was her focus and that she loved as Christ loved each one of us. She would rebuke me, yes. She would guide me, yes. She would love on me and made my day better, yes. The Lord truly took one of his angels back to heaven so that the hereafter was a better place as well. Scott Bradford

Sarah Keesling Hockenbury

June 16, 2020

Growing up my family was very close to the Hooker family. Carol always cared so much about what was going on in my life and made me feel loved and cared for. She loved sitting and talking with me.
She loved Jesus and her church so much. She was such a special person and I will always cherish my memories of her!

Henry Stout

June 16, 2020

Carol was a great neighbor who loved people and loved God with a passion. It was an honor to get to pray with her. She will be missed greatly. Our love and condolences go out to Lowell and the rest of her family. She is now resting in the arms of Jesus. Thank you Jesus.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY