Carolyn Sue Wicker (73)
Birth: August 16, 1949
Death: February 21, 2023
Carolyn Sue Wicker, 73, of Enfield, Illinois, died Tuesday, February 21, 2023, at Deaconess Gateway Hospital in Newburgh, Indiana. She was born August 16, 1949, in Springerton, Illinois, the daughter of William L. Weiss and Betty Sue (Oliver) Weiss. She was married to Thomas Edward “Eddie” Wicker on June 7, 1968, and he survives. They were a couple for over 60 years.
Carolyn was a beautician and a member of Ashland Christian Church. In her younger years, she enjoyed singing at church. Among her pastimes were reading, shopping (especially with QVC), watching TV (Young and Restless, westerns and rodeo competitions). Her greatest joy came from being with her family – especially her grandchildren.
Survivors include her husband Eddie Wicker of Enfield; son Thomas Michael “Mike” (Ruth) Wicker of Enfield; daughters Teresa Michelle (Torrey) West of Huntingburg, Indiana, Melanie Lynn (Lance) Yearby of Carmi; grandchildren Matt Wicker, Erin Wicker, Teresa West (Ross Dilger), Taylor West, Kimber Yearby, James Yearby, Emma Sue Yearby, and Oliver Yearby.
She is preceded in death by her parents; and brother William Oliver Weiss.
Visitation is 6-8 pm, Friday, February 24, 2023, at Cook Funeral Chapel in Carmi, Illinois. Funeral is 10 am, Saturday, February 25, 2023, at Cook Funeral Chapel with burial in Enfield Cemetery in Enfield, Illinois.
Memorials may be made to Carmi Christmas Elves and will be accepted at Cook Funeral Chapel in Carmi.
5 thoughts on “Carolyn Sue Wicker”
I am devastated to learn of Carolyn”s passing and my heart is hurting for such a loss of a good friend. Hugs and prayers to Eddie and the Wicker family as well to all who knew her.
I remember Caroline, as well as Eddie, both as happy fun loving people. I remember Caroline as a giggly fun person, The last time I saw her she and Eddie met with me about 14 years ago she was still enjoyable to talk to. She reminded me of the time, while we were still in high school and at Enfield Teen Town that Eddie and Caroline, Ruth Ann and I, went to the Goodie Goodie drive in restaurant. Caroline remembered it well and I remember her as being, sort of “bubbly”, happy, and enjoying every minute. Caroline was a great person and I am sure she will be missed by all.
My sympathy to Eddie and all of her family and friends.
She’s going to be missed. Thoughts and prayers for family and friends.
My heart is broken to hear about Carolyn’s death. So sorry for your families loss. Carolyn and I loved to ride bikes until our legs could do no more during our growing up years. Such great memories. She was my mom’s hairdresser for many years and mom loved talking with her as well as a great weekly “do”.
So sorry to hear of this. She fixed my hair for prom & other special occasions. She did a great job!!! BIG hugs to her lovely family & many friends. God bless & comfort all of you during this time of loss. I know she will be greatly missed. Love to all.