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Deremiah Frye Mortuary Greene & Harrell Chapel

700 West Gourley Pike, Bloomington, IN

OBITUARY

Carolyn Sue Terrell

May 31, 1944December 31, 2019
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Carolyn Sue Terrell, age 75, of Unionville, died Tuesday morning at Bell Trace Health and Living. Born May 31, 1944 in Bloomington, she was the daughter of Harold and Mabel (Mullis) Lucas. She retired as a Medical Receptionist for Drs. White, Sibbitt and Pugh. Carolyn loved being with her family. Carolyn is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Tammy and Keith Woods, of Bloomington, her son , James “Rusty” Terrell, of Bloomington, one sister and brother-in-law, Anna and Larry Johnson, of Florida, one brother and sister-in-law, Steve and Helen Lucas, of Bedford; five grandchildren, Levi Terrell, Carson Terrell, Aliza Woods, Kaylee Woods and Michael Woods and one great-granddaughter, Ryker Terrell. Carolyn was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Russell Lee Terrell and two sisters, Wilma Chandler and Kathy Evans. The funeral servi ce will be at 1:00 p.m. Monday at Deremiah-Frye, Greene and Harrell Chapel; 700 W. Gourley Pike with Rev. Bruce Kelly officiating. Burial will follow in Salt Creek Cemetery. Friends may visit the family on Sunday from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the funeral home. Online condolences may be given at www.DeremiahFryeMortuary.com

Services

  • Gathering of Family and Friends Sunday, January 5, 2020
  • Funeral Service Monday, January 6, 2020

Memories

Carolyn Sue Terrell

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Jeff Johnson

January 4, 2020

Sue was my favorite aunt. Always loving and kind. Many fond memories from when I was a kid. Love you Sue.

Tammy and Rusty, Love you cousins and prayers for you.

Love,
Jeff

Darrell & Jo Browning

January 4, 2020

We are so sorry to learn of Sue’s passing. Our hearts go out to your family during this difficult time.

Linda Kamoji

January 4, 2020

Tammy and Rusty, I am sorry to learn of your mother’s death. May God comfort you and give you good memories.

Ann (Annie) Johnson

January 2, 2020

Sue was the best sister you could ask for. Always listening to my problems and complaints. We went on several vacations together to Amish country and had a great time. I tried to visit yearly and called often. She was a joy to be around. Will love you always Sue.

Ann (Annie) Johnson

January 2, 2020

Sue was the best sister you could ask for. We did not get close until later in life. We went on several vacations together to amish country. We had a lot of fun. I tried to visit her once a year and called often. I am proud to call her my sister. I love you Sue.

Kaylee Woods

January 2, 2020

Never forget when we were in the hospital I was sitting at the end of her bed and i had my hair parted a certain way and she looked at me and goes, “Kaylee, I don’t like your hair like that.” I laughed and a little later tried to smoothly flip it to one side but she was watching me the whole time and right after I flipped it she goes, “That’s better.” I found this funny because it was random and she turned brutally honest there for a sec😂 Gonna miss her a lot but she’s up there happy with papaw again. This is just a picture me and her I took a while back.

Karen Fritch

January 2, 2020

So sorry for your loss she was always so kind to Beth and I when we saw her and she was so giving of herself

Sherrie Burton

January 2, 2020

Tammy, Rusty, and all the grands,

There are no words to express how deeply sorry I am for this loss for you and our entire family. Aunt Sue was always a top notch woman! This family has always been a little crazy , but she was a calm in this storm and will be gravely missed!
Love you!

Michael Russell McFarland

January 1, 2020

Tammy and Rusty,
So sorry for your loss and my loss! I loved Aunt Sue like she was a mother. I was at Uncle Russ and Aunt Sue’s house more than I was at my own which was a few steps away. I remember all the things she did for Rusty and I selflessly taking us to stores and buying us things. There was never a dull moment when Rusty and I were always together. Lol
She will be missed by my family now and forever and will be with Uncle Russ again!
Love you now and forever! Rusty and Vera

Larry Terrell Jr

January 1, 2020

Dear; Tammy & Rusty
I'm so sorry for your loss , this is no dought a very hard time for you both .
Your mom (my aunt Sue) was a wonderful caring lady she loved her family so much!
I have so many fond memories of her , some of my earliest childhood memories include her and uncle Russ, she was always always kind, caring and very loving !
I can truly say she was one of my favorite aunts !
I never got to see her much as an adult but many of my memories included her and a lot of times I would find myself thinking of her !
I never will forget wrecking my bicycle in front of your house on Brummetts Crk. Road on the hill , I was going very fast down the hill and lost control , I split my chin open and had to get many stitches ! But it was aunt Sue who lovingly come to my rescue and assured me I was not going to die ! Lol
I recall my mom and dad yelling at me and cursing at me because they had to take me to the hospital. But it was aunt sue who told me everything would be ok and held the wash rags on my bleeding chin and hugged me and kissed my forehead as I was being loaded up to go to the hospital.
There are so many memories like that I have of your mom . Being the first and oldest grandson and nephew of the family I can remember lots of loving times with her !
I know she is happily with uncle Russ now !
I will always love her and think of her .
May God Bless you both and comfort you both and all the grandchildren.

Love you !
Larry Jr...

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