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Carrie L. Hicks

Carrie L. Hicks

Carrie L. Hicks, age 64, of Quincy, formerly of Williamsburg, Pennsylvania, died on Thursday, January 6, 2022, in her home. Carrie was born on November 22, 1957, in Roaring Springs, Pennsylvania, to Clarence O. and Minnie Pauline (Dickens) Harr. She was raised by Betty and Bill Neff.
Carrie enjoyed crafting, solving crossword puzzles, painting by numbers and spending time with her group of Quincy friends.

She is survived by her two children, Betti Hicks-Beichler (Kenny) of Altoona, PA, and a son, Frank B. Hicks Jr. (Mandy) of Hollidaysburg, PA; eight siblings, Duke Arthur, Kenneth Kershaw, Kenneth Harr, Cressa Franklin, Shelly Harr, Tammy Roehm, Georgette Lewis, and Thelma Lewis; five grandchildren, Demetrius Steiner (Sammii), Jacques Young, Juwan Young (Stasia), Jathan Young (Kayleen) and Jaxson Beichler; and one great granddaughter, Jo'Vonna Mikel Young.

Carrie was preceded in death by her parents, her sisters, Mary Ann Harr and Ethel Arthur, and a grandson, Marley Le'i.

Cremation has been accorded to Carrie. No formal services are planned for her at this time. Arrangements are in the care of the Duker and Haugh Funeral Home.

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From:
Kenneth B Kershaw
NEW OXFORD, PA
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to all the fine Quincy folks that were friends with Carrie all these years... Thank You
From:
Linda Boston
Quincy, IL
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To the family of Carrie Hicks. I'm so sorry to hear this. She was a Beautiful Spirit inside and out. I loved Carrie coming to Horizons Soup Kitchen to have lunch. She lit up the room whenever she came to have lunch. We sang Happy Birthday to her and she was amazed.. Carrie was Loved by all who knew her. I'm very honored to have known Carrie for the 6 yrs I have lived here in Quincy. Carrie, I will miss your kind, loving, and caring heart. God bless you my friend. Gone, but never forgotten.
Sincerely,
Linda Boston
Quincy, IL
From:
Ellen R
Quincy, IL
Comments:
I used to see this sweet woman walking through my neighborhood.. We struck up a conversation one day, and would chat whenever we encountered each other. She was a lovely person whose presence will be missed..