Mary L. Carr

Mary Louise Carr 88, of Cranston passed away on April 28, 2015 at Jane Brown Hospital after a long illness. She was the wife of the late Francis P. Carr. Born in Providence she was the daughter of the late William B. and Avis (Peck) Welch. Mrs. Carr was employed at Jaydee Cleaners, a family owned business. She was later employed at Caito's Auto and Boat Top until 2013. She was a Communicant of St. Matthew Church in Cranston. She is survived by her daughter Barbara A. Carr, grandson Patrick F. Carr, sister Avis P. Dickerson, and sister in law Virginia Welch. She was the sister of the late William B. Welch Jr., Edward A. Welch and several nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends may call at The Butterfield Chapel 500 Pontiac Avenue Cranston on Sunday May 3rd from 4:00-7:00pm. A Mass of the Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday at 10:00am in St. Matthew Church followed by burial in St. Ann Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to the Alzheimers Association would be appreciated.

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Barbara and John - 05/01/2015

We are so very sorry for your loss. We loved your Mom and will always remember her homemade banana nut bread and never forgetting to acknowledge everyone's birthday, anniversary etc. may she rest in peace.

Raymond G. Hawes - 05/01/2015

Mary Lou was my favorite cousin on my mother's (Peck) side of the family, one reason was that she was thP closest in age.
We went to Roger Williams park when we were young. She will be missed.

Barbara - 05/02/2015

We are so very sorry to see that "Miss Mary Lou" has passed away. She was a delightful lady and we always enjoyed seeing her and taking care of her eyeglasses at Strand Optical. She will be missed. May she rest in peace. Barbara and Gene Folgo

Pat and Rob Holland - 05/02/2015

Sorry for the loss of your Mother. May she rest in peace.vSWayZ

Mary Penedo - 05/02/2015

Barbara Ann, so saddened to hear about your mom. Many fond memories of Garden Street. Condolences to you, Patrick and family.
Mary Lou (Kilpeck)

Greg Oden - 05/03/2015

Barbara Ann - So Sorry For the Loss of Your Mother. She was such a fine Lady and good friend to my Mother and Father over the years on Garden Street. Keep memories of your Mother in your Heart until you see each other again some day. She is at Peace now with your Father as they watch over you and your Family.

Donna & Bill, Marty, Ayla, and Joshua - 05/03/2015

Dear Barbara Ann and Patrick, Your Mother/Grandmother was a very special person to us. She was a most kind, sweet, and generous woman...an Aunt like no other, the best Aunt. She remained an active part of our children's lives, and we cherish the memories of those many Thanksgivings we shared. All of our lives have been touched and blessed by her positive, upbeat, and giving presence. She remains a truly beautiful soul who, we're sure, is lovingly looking over us all.

Gil Oden - 05/04/2015

Barbara: Very sorry for your loss but memories are forever. I remember living on Garden St. with your parents on the 1st floor, Mrs. Morton on the 2nd, & my family on the 3rd. On summer evening everyone was on the front steps having a beer and enjoying life. Your Dad always played catch/baseball with my brother & I. Your parents were wonderful people and will be remembered. God be with you and your family.

Carolyn Higgins - 05/06/2015

Barbara, My deepest sympathy to you on the loss of your Mom. My mother (Eileen Schenck) and your Uncle Dan Martin were siblings. I would often see your Mom around Cranston. She was such a lovely woman -- always asking how the family was. May your memories of happier times bring you comfort now and in the days ahead.



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