ACIE C. CARR JR
DIED
June 6, 2021
FUNERAL HOME
Mission Park Funeral Chapels Cherry Ridge
3401 Cherryridge
San Antonio, TX 78230

Acie was called to be with the Lord after a lengthy illness. He is preceded in death by his father Acie Carr Sr., his loving parents Jay R. and Lorraine Miller, and his loving wife Ruth Ann Carr.

He is survived by his loving wife of 22 years Sharon Carr, siblings Dorotha Murray, Pauline and John Nichols, Michael and Jo Ann Miller, Cindy and Phil Martin, Stepson Mark and Cheryl Sutherland, numerous nieces and nephews. Acie had many friends including Bob Gutchess, James, Linda, Nathan, and Henry Culver.

Acie graduated from Little Flower Catholic High School with 12 years perfect attendance. He served proudly in the US Army and retired from City Public Service after a 34-year career. His joy in life was fishing at Port Aransas chasing the tagged red fish or speckled trout. Acie enjoyed life, taking cruises with his wife Sharon and meeting new friends. He developed a passion as a teenager for restoring old cars including his '40 Ford, his prize '57 Chevy, and numerous old Jeeps. He was a Member of the Old Gear Grinders Club, the Coastal Conservation Association, a Life Member of the Live Wire Fishing Club, and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW).

Visitation will be held on Thursday, June 10 from 5pm-7pm at Mission Park Funeral Chapels North. Graveside Services will be on Friday, June 11 at 10am at Mission Burial Park North.



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Published by Express-News on Jun. 9, 2021.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
Jun
10
Visitation
5:00p.m. - 7:00p.m.
Mission Park Funeral Chapels Cherry Ridge
3401 Cherry Ridge Dr, San, Texas 78230
Jun
11
Graveside service
10:00a.m.
Mission Burial Park North
20900 IH, San, Texas 78257
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May the love of family and friends carry you through your grief and find comfort from knowing that God draws close to the broken hearted.
June 10, 2021
I met Acie while in the Air Force Basic Training at Lackland Air Force Base and, later, tech school at camp Bullis Army Base, Texas. At the time he was married to my Aunt Ruth Ann. Aunt Ruth Ann and Uncle Acie would come pick me up whenever possible in the evenings and every weekend while I was there. (January to May 1977) They took me everywhere.. The Calico Club, Dinners, a big Chicken Farm?, a cabin on stilts on some river surrounded by Pecan trees. We drank Pearl beer and drove everywhere in his pick up truck. I think I met everyone in Acie's family and specifically remember Meeting his Dad. At any rate, I could go on and on but,.... I will always remember Acie Carr as one of the nicest people I've ever met.
Scott W. Ferguson
June 8, 2021