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Carolyn Tucker

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Carolyn Emily Tucker age 75 of New Hampton died Friday, November 27, 2015, at her home. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held 2:00 p.m. Monday, November 30, 2015, at Holy Family Parish, New Hampton with Rev. Mark Osterhaus presiding. Private family in interment will be held at a later date. Carolyn Tucker passed away on November 27,2015 at the age of 75 after courageous battle with brain cancer, while surrounded by her loving family. Carolyn is survived by her husband,son, two daughters, one daughter in law, two son in laws, 4 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren. A memorial service will be held Monday November 30 in New Hampton IA. In lieu of flowers the family has asked to send donation to cedar valley hospice 207 20th St NW Waverly IA 50677

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  1. Hello Tucker Family, I hope you can see the video I sent. My parents are Dennis and Mardell Kirchhoff. They enjoyed many suppers with your parents. What a sweet couple who truly loved each other. Got to hear many many stories of their yacht and crab feeds. All their great times working together. And how they grew up together and knew each other since they where nine. Awesome stories. Just sweethearts! And both so positive. They where loved by all!!! My Dad passed away in May. So now they can have more stories in heaven!!! My Dad and your Dad loved making up stories too…. like planning every night what time they where going to go out. (But in reality either could drive). So they had a lot of fun dreaming! Your Mom was especially caring for my Dad in his last few months, after he did talk much, she would scratch his back after supper every night. So glad I got to know them! She will be missed! Judy Muniz

  2. I did not know the Tuckers very long, having taking communion to them on sundays, but what special people. Know that Carolyn is safe in the palm of the Lord. Hugs & prayers to the family. Frank & Eleanore Martin.

  3. We met these very special friends when we moved to Mallard Point earlier this year. We do & will miss them so much. Please know we are thinking of you all with love and prayers. Ruth & Roger Jeys


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