Carol Sue Sproles
October 18, 1934 – May 4, 2021
Carol Sue (Susie) Sproles 86
Susie passed away May 4, 2021. She was born October 18, 1934 in Indianapolis to the late Fred Beckelheimer and Marian (Beckelheimer) Oliger. She is survived by her beloved son and caregiver Michael Sproles, sister Karen Meggenhofen, niece Julie Meggenhofen, nephews Jim Meggenhofen (JoAnne), Jack Beckelheimer Jr.(Roxanne), grandnephew Noah Garcia , sister-in-law Mary Beckelheimer, cousins Nicki, Gary, Lisa and Rod and her faithful, furry companion CC.
She is predeceased by her parents and step father Charles Oliger, brother Jack Beckelheimer and nephew Fred Beckleheimer.
Susie grew up in the small town of Patton Indiana, just outside Monticello. She graduated from Twin Lakes High School in Monticello then moved to the big city of Indianapolis to begin her career. She worked as a secretary for 30 years at Riley Children’s Hospital in the Child Psychology Department.
Susie loved singing and had a beautiful voice, she loved flowers and working in her gardens. She did all kinds of needlework but was especially gifted at counted cross stitch.
She will be remembered a loving daughter, a beloved mother, a great, big sister, a favorite aunt, and a crazy cousin.
Memorial donations may be made to Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson’s Foundation or American Macular Degeneration Foundation.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Carol Sue Sproles
May 9, 2021
I have a lifetime of memories with Aunt Susie. She was an amazing woman with a heart of gold. I loved to hear her sing and laugh. She had a laugh that made you laugh. She gave the best hugs.
We spent our visits shopping, going out to eat and talking. Whenever I would go to visit her and Grandma I would always sleep at Aunt Susie's house. I would sleep in the living room on the couch or on the fold up cot. Whichever dog she had would always sleep with me.
I remember the peanut butter fudge that Aunt Susie would send each Christmas. It melted in your mouth.
Aunt Susie taught me how to do counted cross stitch. She made such beautiful pictures and she passed that ability onto me. I was always happy to bring a project to show her when I visited.
I will miss you and think about you every day.
I love you so much.
Love your Julie Bug