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“Carrie was one of my favorite people and we will truely miss her and her spunky personality! Thank you to her wonderful daughters for sharing your...Read More »
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“I am so grateful to have spent some time with Mama the last week-end she was alive. It is very precious to me. The love she gave will be with us all...Read More »
2 of 5 | Posted by: Sandra Vaughn - Ingleside, TX

“Love her so . Going to miss her so much. ”
3 of 5 | Posted by: Christine McGee - Bonham, TX

“I will always have fond memories of my Aunt. She was a remarkable woman that was steadfast in her belief system and committed to her family ! She...Read More »
4 of 5 | Posted by: Judy Stonesypher - Fort Worth, TX

“Our sincere condolences go out the all of the family. She always made me feel very special when I visited, and I have very fond memories of Carroe, I...Read More »
5 of 5 | Posted by: Rudy Villarreal - Sherwood, AR

Carrie Belle Lucher, 97, was born July 1, 1921 in Timpson, Texas. She passed from this world into the loving arms of Jesus on March 15, 2019 after living a long life of loving, giving and sharing. She was an Army nurse in WWII, wife, mother, grandmother, counselor, sponsor, caregiver and friend. She was an amazing woman loved an respected by many. She will live in our hearts forever as we recall the many memories of this incredible woman Carrie Belle Lucher.

We LOVE you Mother, Momma, Granny, "Carrie Bell".

She was preceded in death by her parents: John Thomas Burgess and Beulah Celeste (Greene) Burgess. Sisters: Ollie Cecil and Nina Faye. Also her children: Patricia Rose Anweiler (37), Lou Anne Lucher (13) and David Lucher (16). And a grandson: Andrew Albert Clapp (17).

She survived by daughter Brenda and son in law Jack Clapp; daughter Sandy and son in law Dorin Vaughn; and daughter Cathy Haneline. Also surviving are grandchildren Joel Brister; Erin and Matthew Clapp; Bobby and Carrie Haneline; Chris, John and Michael Anweiler and Isaac Villarreal as well as six beautiful great grandchildren. And also nieces: Carolyn and Judy.

In lieu of flowers please make a memorial contribution to Wounded Warriors or AA or a charity of your choice.