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Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
  • Carrie Cash

  • Obituary for Carrie Cash, 32, Muskogee, Okla., who passed from this life on Tuesday, June 28, 2011, in Braggs, Okla.


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  • Carrie Cash, 32, Muskogee, Okla., was born Feb. 10, 1979, to Sammy and Bunny Cash, in Muskogee. She passed from this life on Tuesday, June 28, 2011, in Braggs, Okla.
    Carrie enjoyed spending her free time making art, taking care of animals, dancing, and liked nothing more than making people laugh, she was a practical joker just like her dad Sam.
    She was a free spirit, and no matter your troubles, once she entered the room you felt you had no worries too. Carrie had a way with words and people. She could convince anyone of anything with her natural wit and charm. She would have made a perfect politician.
    The party always started when Carrie arrived and she was always the funniest person in the room. She was a wonderful artist and could break it down like nobodies business. She adopted every puppy that needed a good home. Carrie enjoyed life and personified the song “Don’t Worry Be Happy.” She loved her family and friends, and would do anything for the ones she loves, and have you ever heard a cooler name than Carrie June Cash.
    She loved her momma – She would say “Momma, you always have my back.”
    Carrie worshiped her daddy. She thought he could do anything. She looked and acted just like him. Her proudest time is when her Big Daddy was her show and tell, in kindergarten.
    Her sister and her three kids Corbin, Madison, and Jake were the most important people in her life. She said, “those are the three kids I’ll never have. I love them and would lay my life down for them.” She would never let anyone hurt her sister or her kids. She came to her big sisters aid quite a few times. Jennifer always said, “you mess with me and I’ll tell my little sister.”
    She touched a lot of lives in her short years young and old about all those women at the beauty shop she would say “All those old ladies love me and I love them.”
    She is gone but she will never be forgotten because of all her family and friends that loved her unconditionally – as she loved all of us.
    Carrie was loved by all her family and friends and will be missed every day. We love you, Carrie June Cash.
    She is preceded in death by her father, Sam Cash; maternal grandparents, Lewis and Elva White, Muskogee; paternal grandparents, Russell and Erma Cash, Neosho.
    Those left to cherish her memories include her mother, Bunny Cash of the home; one sister, Jennifer Cash, and her children, Corbin Cash Fry, Madison Fry, and Jake Fry; a brother, Colt Baxter and wife, Jodi, and their children, Ashley, Bubba, Katy, and Chelsea; an aunts and uncles, Julia (JoJo) and Tom Beavers, and Carole June and Pete Estep, and uncle, Bud White; cousins, Tommie Beavers and Jerri Beavers and her daughters, Savannah and Elaina; cousins, Tina Lumpkins, and Destiny Bias and Aundrea Turney,  Carmen Estep, Brittney Parks, Courtney Felix, Faith Estep, Eric and Connie Estep, and daughter Bridget, Ericka and Jeff Kollman and sons, Brett, Cody and Seth of the state of Alaska, Lori White, Cecil Rhoden, and Stephanie Baxter; beloved animals, Chewy, JackJack, Gypsy and NuNu; beloved friends, Robyn Dunaway, Angie Hale, Melanie Mann, Jennifer Brown, Julie Middleton Ronnie Quick, Jennifer Sowers, Damara Good and Tia Underwood.
    Page 2 of 2 - A memorial service for Carrie June Cash has been scheduled for 2 p.m. Wednesday, at the Foster-Petering Ivory Chapel, with Pastor Frank Morgan officiating.
    Arrangements are under the direction of Foster-Petering Funeral Home, Muskogee, Okla.  
    Condolences to the family may be made at www.foster-petering.com.

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