Kathleen Carr Death, Obituary – We would like to take this opportunity to express our sincerest condolences to Kathleen Carr’s family and friends on the occasion of her passing. Kathleen Carr was a resident of Montgomery, Alabama, and we would like to take this opportunity to extend our deepest condolences to her family and friends. She passed away on January 2, 2023, at the age of 86, and she was survived by a big number of loved ones who are heartbroken at her passing. Her passing has left a lot of people feeling bereft. Please take a few moments out of your day to share your condolences with the Carr family by writing a message in the guestbook that is located on this memorial page that has been created in honor of Kathleen Carr.
The Carr family would value your input very highly if you could get in touch with them. Her children Katherine Keith, Jurdy E. Keith, Millard Keith, Jr., and George Keith, along with her husband Charles Carr, her parents Millard Keith and Emma Keith, and her siblings Millard Keith, Jr., and Annie Ruth Johnson all left before she did. Additionally, her children Katherine Keith, Annie Ruth Johnson, and George Keith all passed away before she did. The people who had been named above had all left this world before she did. Her children Patricia Davis (Melvin), Eric Pugh (Tori), Gary Pugh (Cathy), and Mark Pugh, in addition to her brothers James Perry Keith of Jacksonville, Florida and Robert Thomas Keith of Millbrook, Alabama, are among those who are bereaved by her passing.
In addition to her, her husband, Robert Thomas Keith, passed away before she did (Lorry). When she passes away, she will be deeply missed by her 15 grandchildren, 23 great grandchildren, and one great great grandchild. She also has one great great grandchild. In addition to that, she is the great great grandma of one of the child’s great great grandchildren. On the afternoon of Sunday, January 8th, 2023, at one o’clock in the afternoon, there will be a service performed at the Greenwood Cemetery in remembrance of those who have died away.
The service will be held in memory of those who have passed away (Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery, AL 36109). She battled Parkinson’s disease, dementia, and colitis for a very long time, and it was a challenging battle for her to fight. The family would like to take advantage of this chance to express their gratitude and appreciation to each and every employee at Enhabit Hospice.