Carol Wills: Died 12/16/2017
Carol L. Wills
Maysville, Missouri………….Carol L. Wills, 80, was born September 19, 1937 to Leonard and Eudora (Minter) Holdren in Kansas City, Missouri and went home to be with the Lord Lord December 16, 2017.
On May 16, 1958, In Miami Oklahoma, Carol and Bob Wills, Sr. were united in marriage. Carol worked numerous jobs while raising 6 children. In her early years she did ironing, cleaning, waited tables and upholstery work. Later she went to work for Sunset Nursing Home as a secretary and did bookkeeping as well.
When she was finally in a position to quit and travel with her husband for Herzog Contracting , she became Bob’s personal secretary. This was like a vacation to Carol. She traveled all over, lived in motels and didn’t have to cook all the time, But most of all she was able to spend time with her husband and family. When Bob retired they purchased Red Barn Convenience Store and worked side by side until they sold the store to their son, Pat and Stacy Flannery. Carol continued to work 17 more years doing bookkeeping and anything else they needed.
Carol was a beautiful and loving mother and Granny who loved spending time with her family.
She was preceded in death by parents; husband, Bob; brothers, Johnny and Leonard Holdren; and Granddaughter Deborah Wills.
Survivors include 6 children, Bobbie Ann Ross (Bert), St. Joseph, Pat Flannery (Stacy), Maysville, Kandy Owen, Maysville, Bobbie Lee Wills, Jr. (Carol), Kansas City, Sandy Wills, Osborn, Paul Wills, Maysville; sister-in-law, Sue Gabbard (Stan), Maysville; 22 grandchildren; 37 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandson.
Funeral Services will be 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, December 21, 2017 at Turner Family Funeral Home of Maysville with burial in Oak Lawn Cemetery. Visitation: 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Memorial Contributions: Oak Christian Church or Living Hope. Online condolences: www.turnerfamilyfuneral.com
Sorry to hear of your family’s loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
To the family of Carol, what a wonderful lady to work with, as one who cared about helping those in the community. Those of us who work with Living Hope want you to know how appreciative we are of the hours Carol spent helping out. She, along with Bob before that will always be remembered as servants who wanted others’ lives to be better. Their efforts have contributed to the success of Living Hope. Peace and blessing.