Marcia Lynn Carson-Lipps



Marcia Lynn Carson-Lipps, 63, of Terre Haute, passed away June 8, 2019.  She was born on April 26, 1956 in La Paz Bolivia, South America to Jack and the late Winona (Moody) Terry.

She was a member of Eagle Creek Friends Church in Westfield, Indiana. She worked as a dental assistant as well as for Great Dane Trailers.  Her hobbies included going to local creeks and collecting rocks, as well as singing, horses and enjoyed being outside with nature.

Marcia is survived by daughter, Christina Gwinn of Brazil, IN; granddaughter, Kayla Francis, of Brazil, IN; siblings, Deborah Estes, Indianapolis, IN, Stephen (Julia) Terry, Sheridan, IN, Melissa Fischer, Moab, UT; father, Jack Terry of Jamaica, West Indies; and several nieces and nephews.

She is preceded in death by: her mother, brother-in-law, Albert Estes; grandparents, Pastor Roy Thomas and Frieda Moody and James and Birdie Alice Terry.

There are no scheduled services at this time.

 

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7 thoughts on “Marcia Lynn Carson-Lipps

  • Susan M. Thiesing

    Marcia, I have missed our phone chats, text messages and most of all your surprise visits. I got pretty accustomed to hearing from you and always enjoyed seeing and hearing from you. Life has been helter-skelter the past several years, now the chaos has stopped for you.

    This is yet another reminder of how important it is to keep in touch with people we love and care about. You have been in my thoughts and prayers so much. Now I know you are at peace, Deary. (I also know you would laugh at me calling you ‘Deary’!) You were loved by so many and likewise you will be missed by the same people.

    To Mr. Terry and each member of the family, you are in my thoughts and prayers.

  • Karen Meineke

    My favorite memories are riding horses with her. We’d have the best time together back in the day. I loved her very much!

    • Rachel (Baldwin) Cave

      So very sorry for the whole family this come as a shock, I pray that the Lord comfort for everyone in the family.

  • Elisa (Henry) Griscom

    So many memories I will cherish, Marcia.
    Laughing, cutting up, and serious times as well. Schoolyard games. Seeing you riding horses around town. Playing intramural basketball. Solving the world’s problems and sharing our hopes and dreams. You have always been a bright light in my life. Love you always, blessed be.

  • Susan Terry

    Sitting in church, back in the 80’s, Marcia turned around, looked at me and said, ” I never know if you will be fat or thin when I see you !”
    Good thing I was thin…that time.
    I have nothing but memories of smiles and great family stories.

  • Paula Jenkins

    Though she may be traveling on her journey home. She will always be loved and remembered by her family and friends. We have had a roller coaster ride on our friendship journey for 50 years, But we had many good times and lots of good memories together. We have always considered ourselves as sisters in life. May you now have peace my dear sister. I will love you and always remember our good times. Paula Lochard Jenkins