George A. Carrie

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George A. Carrie

November 27, 1937 - March 16, 2020

George A. Carrie George A. Carrie
George A. Carrie passed away at his home of nearly 60 years in rural Mindoro, Monday evening, March 16, 2020. He built this homestead with the love of his life, Charlene and their five children, who loved them both dearly. George lost Charlene to a long battle with cancer in 2005. Much of his spirit to live left with hers.
George was born in Lisle, Ill., Nov, 27, 1937, to William and Edith (Mackie) Carrie. He had three brothers. Alfred, William and Sidney. He married Charlene Edwards in May of 1958, in Lisle. In 1961, they purchased and moved to their homestead in Mindoro, with their two babies, Elizabeth and Robert. Their other three children, Timothy, George W. and Laurie. were born while living there.
George is preceded in death by his wife, Charlene; his parents, William and Edith; and his brothers, Al and Bill. He is survived by his brother, Sid (Betty) Carrie of Florida; his five children, Beth Banashak (Michael) of La Crosse, Rob Carrie of Mindoro, Tim Carrie (Melanie) of Guam, George Carrie (Mary) of Winona, Minn., and Laurie Boone (Terry) of Mindoro. He is also survived by his seven grandchildren, Reid and Riley Carrie, Kristen and Emily Carrie and Katie, Sam and Matt Boone; as well as stepgrandchildren, Tyler and Mitchell Carrie; several nieces and nephews; and extended family.
His family will have a private memorial service. Zwickey Funeral Homes in Melrose, have assisted in George's end of life arrangements.
Published on March 23, 2020
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8 posts

Debbie Peterson
Mar 25, 2020
So sorry for your loss.
Jeannie carrie
Mar 24, 2020
What I remember most about my Uncle George is his fun loving 🥰 Attitude. I remember all the Easter 🐣 egg hunts on the hill. The cows 🐮 and horses. Him calling the cows in Here Boss !!! I loved the farmhouse. He was a great Uncle. And then Aunt Charlene was fun loving too. She had a great spirit. I miss them a lot . I always thought of moving in with them lol 😂
Beth and Kirk Moon
Mar 24, 2020
Our sincere condolences to you all We share in your sorrow and send our caring thoughts, love and prayers. ❤️
James Erlauer
Mar 24, 2020
My condolences. I remember meeting George one hunting weekend we were up there. He had made breakfast for all the guys who were hunting that day. I just remembered how nice he was and I felt very welcomed. Please know Your in my thoughts and prayers.
Bob
Mar 24, 2020
Sorry for your loss. Worked with George at Trane. May you rest in peace.
Liz Landerman
Mar 23, 2020
Peace and love to the family, tragic loss of someone who loved you all so much.
Gene johnson
Mar 23, 2020
I worked with George for twenty + years at Trane. We had some fun times together. Sorry for your loss
Pete
Mar 23, 2020
Sorry to hear of your loss. I used to work with George at Trane and considered him a friend. Used to shoot some pool with him after work.