Sunset Funeral Home
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Carol Curry Hammond

April 16, 1957 - May 12, 2020


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    Marijon Chandler Lococo says

    Carol and I were good friends in school and even though I hadn’t seen her in years, my heart breaks. My prayers and thoughts to her loved ones. Godspeed Carol, Godspeed.

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    Pam and Howard Moran says

    Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family with love and many hugs!

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    Brigette ✝️ says

    Dearest Carol and Family.
    I can’t find the words to express the sadness we all are going through.
    I cannot express how much we already miss you,
    Your laugh, your stories, and you’re impressions.
    Carol, gave us such Joy no matter what she was going through, we could always make a joke about it, and then we could not stop laughing!
    Carol, you were so full of Faith, Courage and Strength.
    We are sad to say farewell, but we know you are with God and your family, no more health problems!
    Rest in Eternal peace, and save us a place upstairs.
    All our love and God’s blessings to you and your family.

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      Adam Barnes says

      I am so sorry idk what to say, she was a sweet lady I’m so sorry aimee & carrie, may she rest in peace

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    Janet Hale says

    We girls at St. Vincent Warrick were saddened to hear about Carol. Your Mother had a lovely and beautiful soul. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

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    Adam Barnes says

    I’m so sorry aimee

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Carol Curry Hammond passed away peacefully at 10:10 p.m., Tuesday, May 12, 2020 at Select Specialty Hospital, Evansville, Indiana, surrounded by loved ones. Carol was born April 16, 1957 in Ionia, Michigan, the daughter of Charles L. Curry and Virginia (Buckles) Curry.

Carol was a 1975 graduate of Henderson County High School in Henderson, Kentucky and attended Henderson Community College. She was employed for several years at Feather Your Nest in Newburgh, Indiana. Carol loved animals, from her first pet dog, Boots, to her last pet cat, Hazel Jones. Carol also loved music, having a good laugh, and spending time with family and friends.

Surviving Carol are two daughters, Carrie (Eric) Larson and Aimee Sigler (Robb Baugh), both of Evansville; two brothers, Ken (Becki) Curry of Louisville, Kentucky and Lex (Paula) Curry of Naples, Florida; one granddaughter, Gretchen Smither of Evansville; and life-long friend, Brigette Howard.

Family will gather at a future date for a Celebration of Life Service.