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Charlotte Faye Carroll

Indianapolis, Indiana

Jul 13, 1942 – Feb 28, 2019


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Family Funeral Care Rockville West Obituary

Charlotte Bridgeman Carroll 76, of Indianapolis, died February 28, 2019. She was born July 13, 1942 in Scottsville, Kentucky to Harlie and Virginia Hargett Bridgeman. She was a member of Unity Missionary Baptist Church. She is survived by her children Thornton Trampas Carroll II, James...

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My Sister Charlotte was my big sister, my biggest fan. I am so sorry that it has taken me this long to write in the guest book but my heart was so broken that I could not bring myself to write my feelings down. even though it is still so hard I just want you to know that I miss you soooo... much and that I love you & think about you every moment of everyday. I will always remember our long talks we had and when I was young I will remember how the places you took me and all the different...

My sister my friend I will miss an love you always we had so many fun an great times I have so many wonderful memories to last me a life time,I have missed you so much these last 3 years that this sickness took over you ,I missed our yard sales us picking u up for the auction, the covered bridge festival that we both loved, I know you are in heaven with family an God an knowing you are well an no longer sick helps me some but there will always be a hole in my heart I love you my pretty sis

Charlotte was a very special woman. She never hesitated to speak her mind and tell ya what she thought. Which we all liked that about her. She was a caring person to all who knew her. She loved her family and friends.. Im glad that i knew her and her family over the years. She will truly be missed.
Rest in Peace "Shog" Prayers for her and her family...


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I work at the nursing home where Charlotte lived. You could always count on Charlotte to give you a hug and kiss, then tell you she loved you. The thought of or seeing her sisters were always the bright spot in her day. I'm so sorry to see her go and see the family hurting, but I know that she's in a better place than any of us can imagine, and so happy. I love seeing the pictures of all the good times she had with family and loved ones. Those are truly moments to cherish. She will be...

I was one of the nurses who took care of Charlotte. Of all she has been through there was one thing that made her light up and that was the mention of her sister Debbie. Her eyes would get big and just beam and she would put her hand to her heart and say, over and over again....."My Debbie! My Debbie!" She would become so happy at the mention of her name. Debbie was the one who was always present and so faithful to Charlotte and Charlotte felt that to the end I am sure. Charlotte...