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In Memory of

Mary Lou Carman

August 25, 1926 - March 26, 2015

Obituary


Mary Lou Carman went home to be with the Lord Jesus Christ on March 26, 2015 after complications due to Alzheimer's disease.


Mary Lou Foster was born on August 25th, 1926 to her parents Homer and Lucille Foster in Merkel, Texas where they lived many years until her dad took a new job in Abilene, Texas where she graduated high school from Abilene Cooper.


Mary Lou met Robert Westley (Dub) Carman from Anson, Texas at a roller skating ring in Abilene where they fell in love and later married.

Mary Lou Carman went home to be with the Lord Jesus Christ on March 26, 2015 after complications due to Alzheimer's disease.


Mary Lou Foster was born on August 25th, 1926 to her parents Homer and Lucille Foster in Merkel, Texas where they lived many years until her dad took a new job in Abilene, Texas where she graduated high school from Abilene Cooper.


Mary Lou met Robert Westley (Dub) Carman from Anson, Texas at a roller skating ring in Abilene where they fell in love and later married.


Dub worked for the Lower Colorado River Authority and at the time they lived in the employee homes in Burnet, Texas close to the Dam. Later they moved to Marble Falls, Texas where they adopted their daughter and son, Judy and James.


They moved to Austin, Texas in 1966 where they stayed until the present. Mary Lou worked for the TSO, the Department of Public Safety and Sears department store in Hancock Center. Dub and Mary also owned and operated a antique and frame store called Frames and Things in Windsor Village.


Dub and Mary were very active in many churches over the years including: The First Baptist Church in Marble Falls, Rosedale Baptist, Windsor Park Baptist and after Dub passed, Mary was a member of Crestview Baptist Church.


Mary was preceded by her Mom, Dad, Sister, Brother, Grand Daughter and Nephew: Homer Foster, Lucille Foster, Francis Hopkins, Bill Foster, Sarah Christine Carman, and Richard Hopkins.


Survived by Daughter, Son and Grand Daughter: Judy Carman, James Carman and Kaitlyn Carman.
Others include: Debra Carman, Jerry Hopkins, Danny Hicks and various Great Niece's and Nephew's and Cousin's.


Mary Lou will be missed now but we know for those who believe we will see her again in Heaven.
Thank you to all who helped us in the last three years with all her health needs.


The family will be receiving guests on Wednesday April 1st from 6-8 pm at Cook Walden Funeral Home and the Funeral will be at Crestview Baptist Church on Thursday April 2nd at 1pm.