Carolyn R. McCullough

March 12, 1937 - August 31, 2018
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
7227 Hohman Ave.
Hammond, Indiana 46324
Wednesday 9/5, 10:30 am - 11:00 am
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
7227 Hohman Ave.
Hammond, Indiana 46324
Wednesday 9/5, 11:00 am
Concordia Cemetery
6551 Calumet Ave.
Hammond, Indiana 46324
219-932-7437 | Map
Wednesday 9/5

Carolyn Rae (Schroeder) McCullough, age 81, of Munster, Indiana passed away peacefully on Friday, August 31, surrounded by her Family. Carolyn was born on March 12, 1937 in Hammond, Indiana. She is preceded in death by her parents, Pearl and Rudolph Schroeder, Sister, Elaine Mullins, Brother, Conway \”Buzz\” Schroeder and the love of her life,Continue Reading

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Laura left a message on September 5, 2018:
My Great-Aunt Carolyn....She went thru life with a warm smile and handled everything with grace. She was elegant and sophisticated but never pretentious. She always choose to see the good in people. She listened intently and spoke eloquently. She was the classiest most amazing women I had the honor of loving. She taught me so many things like how to present tea dinner party etiquette and the importance of a good martini with girlfriends. She just had a way about her, a manor with which she did things that is too rare to attempt to explain. She had inspiring unwavering faith. She was stubborn, particular and never ever wavered in struggles. She was so strong. She was giving and generous. She was simply, lovely. She was God’s replacement for both my grandma and grandpa I never met. She meant so so much to each of us and there will be a void in our hearts but we smile knowing shes hand in hand with her love, finally. I feel so blessed and privileged to know her and love her. We will miss you my dear sweet Aunt.
Jack&Kate OConner left a message on September 4, 2018:
Carolyn was a good and faithful servant of The Lord. I will forever cherish our friendship and time together while serving on The Altar Guild. Carolyn taught me every step of the way the importance of always showing reference to The Lords Altar. We will miss you Carolyn, we find joy in knowing you are now in the presence of your Lord and Savior and reunited with your Dear Max.
Stephanie left a message on September 3, 2018:
I'll never forget your hugs goodbye and the exact way you said I love you. Listening to your stories and the way you remembered every date and detail about that day. I'll miss the way you would sit holding your cup of coffee, just smiling as you watched the kids run around and play. I'm going to miss our visits, having lunch together and the funny little things you would say. Everytime I open our crazy Tupperware drawer i'll be reminded of your green bowl with your favorite bean salad in it. We aren't ready to say goodbye and we love you
Patty Tonkovich left a message on September 2, 2018:
The terrible snowstorm of 1967 offered Carolyn & I a memory we talked & laughed about over the years. I was sent out to buy milk but somehow got to Carolyn’s house instead. We both set out to get this milk but got a bottle of gin instead. We walked to the Pappas’ home & we all proceeded to have martinis. Eventually we walked back to Carolyn’s home & she reminded me about the milk. I was lucky to find a store open & did indeed get that milk. Carolyn & I have enjoyed martinis throughout our 56 year friendship including not too long ago. Each & every time I have a martini I will host you Carolyn. I sure hope you & Mac are enjoying them now. Rest easy dear friend. Love Patty
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