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 Emma Caroline “Carlie” <I>Duckett</I> Black

Emma Caroline “Carlie” Duckett Black

Monticello, San Juan County, Utah, USA
Death 2 Jun 1946 (aged 43)
Monticello, San Juan County, Utah, USA
Burial Monticello, San Juan County, Utah, USA
Memorial ID 147513 · View Source
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SAN JUAN RECORD June 6, 1946
Mrs Glen Black
Funeral services for Mrs. Glen Black were held in the LDS Church on Tuesday afternoon. The ladies' Chorus, accompanied by Mrs. Maxine Frost sang "Abide With Me," following which Lawrence Black offered the opening
prayer. The first was Wm. C. Walton, who told of his long acquaintance with the deceased and spoke of her fine qualities as a neighbor. He called attention to the many thoughtful little things Carlie Black did, which endeared
her to all who knew her, and he offered words of comfort to those who are left to mourn her passing. The ladies chorus sang 'Beautiful Isle of Somewhere'. L Frank Redd then spoke and he also called attention to the many acts of service he was aware of. He spoke of the devotion of
the family and ther relatives of Mrs. Black who found happiness in being together through the years. Bishop Redd quoted from scripture to emphasize the fact that death is as much a part of the divine plan as birth and told of persons who experienced the realization of their loved ones in the world of spirit who were happy in the work they were doing after so-called death. Bishop K S Summers offered word of appreciation in behalf of the family to all who helped in any way during the recent illness and since the passing of Mrs. Black and for the floral offerings brough to the church. Another song 'Some Time We'll Understand', and the closing prayer by Wm. C. Black, after which burial was made in the Monticello Cemetery. Emma Caroline Duckett Black was born in Monticello, Utah on Sept 27, 1902. She grew to womanhood
in this community and except for a few years in Springville spent her entire life here. She was married to Glen Black on Dec 26, 1919. To them were born a son and a daughter. The son, Darrel, was killed in a car wreck June 1, 1937, and the mother never ceased to mourn for him.
Left to mourn the passing on June 2 of Mrs. Black are the husband, Glen Black, the daughter, Valera Davis, now in Indiana; two grandchildren, a brother, Lloyd Duckett, two sisters, Mrs. May Jacquez and Mrs. Angeline Westcott, beside other relatives

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  • Maintained by: George Rogers Park
  • Originally Created by: Utah State Historical Society
  • Added: 2 Feb 2000
  • Find A Grave Memorial 147513
  • Find A Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Emma Caroline “Carlie” Duckett Black (26 Sep 1902–2 Jun 1946), Find A Grave Memorial no. 147513, citing Monticello City Cemetery, Monticello, San Juan County, Utah, USA ; Maintained by George Rogers Park (contributor 47185030) .