|Birth: ||Sep. 26, 1922|
|Death: ||Nov. 26, 1977|
Rosina Kathleen Carter
Rosina Kathleen Carter, age 55 passed away November 26, 1977 at the Research Medical Center in Kansas City, Mo.
Rosina, the daughter of Ernest Orvell and Anne Bertha Brugger Mudd, was born September 26, 1922 in Burdette, Mo. She spent all but five of her early years in Bates County.
She was baptized and joined the Burdette Baptist Church at an early age. Her grade school years were spent at the Burdette Grade School. Then she attended the Merwin High School.
On December 24, 1943 she was married to Eugene Lacy Carter at the Burdette Baptist Church. To this union two children were born: Stanley Wayne and Rose Marie.
After she had raised her children she was employed at the Adrian Post Office where she worked till her recent illness made this impossible.
She was preceded in death by her father, mother and two brothers: Raymond and Reo.
She is survived by her husband of the home; her son: Stanley Wayne and his wife, Marte; two grandchildren Jonathan and Annaliessa; two brothers: Ernest L. Mudd of Chelan, Wash., and William J. Mudd of Milwaukee, Ore.; two sisters: Nancy Jane Hollenbeck of Pleasanton, Kas., and Freeda Gier of Butler, Mo.
Services were held at the Baptist Church in Drexel, Mo. at 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, November 30, 1977 with Rev. Joe Wix and Rev. Jim Collins officiating. Rose Carter, Freeda Gier, Angie Gier, Gloria Appleberry accompanied by Sue Gammon sang "Beyond The Sunset" and "Last Mile Of The Way". Casketbearers were: Raymond Brewster, Walter Brewster, Phillips Poindexter, Joe Jacobs, Gene Pruden, and Harry McDowell. Interment was in Sharon Cemetery under the direction of the Runyan Funeral Home.
December 8, 1977
Ernest Orvell Mudd (1886 - 1963)
Anna Bertha Brugger Mudd (1889 - 1969)
Eugene Lacy Carter (1923 - 1989)*
Raymond D. Mudd (1911 - 1961)*
Ernest Lester Mudd (1913 - 2004)*
Nancy Jane Mudd Hollenbeck (1917 - 2004)*
William J Mudd (1919 - 1996)*
Rosina Kathleen Mudd Carter (1922 - 1977)
Alfred Reo Mudd (1927 - 1934)*
Plot: Row 17, Lot 17, Space 7
Created by: Beth Smith
Record added: Oct 05, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 118214489
Oh how I miss you Momma, its been 37 long years without you here, so often I have wished to talk to you, to tell you something, or ask you something. I am so alone here . XOXO, Rosey|
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