Carrie Bruns

Carrie Ellen Bruns

Saturday, October 26th, 1957 - Sunday, June 16th, 2019
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Carrie Ellen Bruns, age 61, passed away in Springfield Missouri at Cox South Medical Center on Sunday, June 16th, 2019.

Carrie was a native of Norwalk, California, born to Ellery Norton Brown and Martha (Lovett) Meyer.

No services will be held at this time. Carrie's wishes were to cremated and then be buried in Sedalia, Missouri.

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Annette Choate

Posted at 02:15pm
My boyfriend introduces me to Carrie Brown in 1994 in High school. We all stayed freinds and such as life is all grew up and went our own ways. Facebook bought us all back together about 8 years ago. While Carrie was in California in 2015 or 2016 . My boyfriend who was now my husband got the pleasure of meeting up with Carrie at her Neices home for a visit. I was so happy we did...shortly after my husband past away. Carrie was kind to me reaching out with her condolences. Rest in peace ...Hope you and Bruce are enjoying your new lifes in Paradise.

Amelia Hogan

Posted at 10:53am
Carrie knew me when I was at my worst and when I was at my best. She was my friend for nearly 15 years and like a mom to me. I called her Mama Carrie. When I was a young struggling mom she helped me so much. She would pay me to come clean up her house because she knew I needed money and then she would load my car down with necessities from her dad’s coupon stock pile in the garage. I always felt welcomed with her and Bob and no matter how long it was between visits I was always treated the same. She would hug me and kiss me and tell me how much she loved me! I will never forget this woman and all the love she gave me and my children. I love you, Mama Carrie! Love, Amelia


Posted at 08:40pm
Carrie honey i will miss you forever and will love you to the moon and you know that. I posted a link to here so your friends could come here and say their last words to you. After all the the posts on FB from people that had good intentions only Lyn has posted. What a disappointment to me. I think i should have guessed it would be like this. I love you Carrie and i miss you so much and so does Cookie and Oreo. I'm sure you have ran across Casper and Patchy and Speckles so tell them hi for me. You were a trouper on pain. You could control pain better than anyone i know and glad you don't have anymore pain. I have to quit typing because i can't see anymore through my glasses. I LOVE YOU CARRIE! :-(

Lyn Priest

Posted at 01:52pm
Carrie was the kindest, most caring woman I've ever known. Too many good memories to only share one. I miss taking to her almost every day.

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