I am so sorry to hear about Carla’s passing. She was a very nice lady. I worked with Carla when she worked at Keller Crescent advertising agency. She and I shared cubicles. My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this extremely difficult time.
Don, so sorry to hear about your wife’s passing, prayers for you and your family, stay safe
Don I’m so sorry to hear about Carla. Mom and dad loved you both so much! You and Lucas are in my thoughts and prayers.
Don, sadly we’ve never met that I can remember but I’m Denny Morris a cousin, Evelyn and Lawrence’s youngest. I was around Carla and the family more as a kid and she and I were about a year apart in age so I remember her and the fun loving girl she was. I recently lost my wife Donna so I know how this feels to you. I have a brand new application for good memories. I will be praying for you and your son! Allow God and the good memories help you through this difficult time!
I remember Carla as a very young girl ,,when my dad an mom would go to visit Uncle Carl and Aunt Violet…(Bill and Dorothy Mckinnies),,,I was younger than Carla but was drawn to her sweet nature and beautiful spirit…She would always invite me into her room while she would take care of her baby brothers…I haven’t seen her in years but will always have fond memories of her…your family will be in our prayers …
Carla Underwood, 73, passed away on November 15, 2020. She was born on December 14, 1946 to Carl and Violet McKinnis in Marion, Illinois.
Carla was a loving mother and wife. She came from a big family and had 10 siblings. She was born and raised on a farm in Illinois. Carla retired from Sunset Funeral Home after 15 years. She enjoyed going to the casino, especially the boat and French Lick. Above all else, Carla enjoyed spending time with her loving husband and son.
Carla is survived by her husband of 48 years Don Underwood; her son Lucas Underwood; and her seven siblings.
Carla was preceded in death by her parents Carl and Violet McKinnis and her two siblings.
As per Carla’s wishes, there will be no services at this time. Condolences can be sent to Sunset Funeral Home.
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