Carmen Augustina Carbajal

August 28, 1941December 29, 2018

Carmen Augustina (Terrones) Carbajal, 77, retired RN, RNC passed away Saturday, Dec. 29, 2018. Rosary: 7 p.m. Monday, January 7, 2019; Funeral Mass: 10 a.m. Tuesday, January 8, 2019 both at St. Francis of Assisi Parish. She was a loving and devoted grandmother and mother. And she was beloved by her parents, brothers, daughter and grandchildren. She attended St. Marymount College and graduated with her RN certificate from Halstead Hospital School of Nursing. She retired after 40 years, first as nursing supervisor at St. Francis Hospital, then for the City of Wichita in Child Care Licensure. Preceded in death by her father, Faustino A. Terrones. Survivors: mother, Josephine Flemming of Mesquite, Texas; daughter, Christina (Stan) Bluml of Clearwater; brothers Stephen (Janet) Terrones of Blanchard, Okla., Ricardo (Rita) Terrones of Mesquite, Texas; grandchildren Rica and Parker. Memorials established with The Lord's Diner and Bishop Carroll High School.


  • Josephine Flemming, Mother
  • Christina (Stan) Bluml, Daughter
  • Stephen (Janet) Terrones, Brother
  • Ricardo (Rita) Terrones, Brother
  • . 2, Grandchildlrlen

  • The Lord's Diner
  • Bishop Carroll High School


  • Rosary Service Monday, January 7, 2019
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Carmen Augustina Carbajal

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Sara Friesen

January 9, 2019

I am sad to hear of Carmen’s passing. I worked with her many years at the St. Francis Hospital on the psychiatric unit. She was so very proud of her daughter, Christina. I am happy to see that she became a grandmother. I am sure she embraced that role. She was also very close with her brother and talked about him often. She sent me beautiful Christmas cards that her talented Mother had painted. She was a good nurse. I admired her sophistication and class. I feel blessed to have been her friend.

Ric Terrones

January 6, 2019


My big sis. a baby brother she treated me like a king ... always concerned and always worried about me ...

She will be my big sis now ...and forever!

Nancy Jensen

January 6, 2019

Carmen was quiet and dignified at work as were the nurses of her generation and training. But, she had a laugh that told you she knew how to have fun too. We were all deeply saddened to hear of her passing. She was a steadfast friend and she will be missed and remembered often.