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Magdalena Carroll

December 12, 1938 - March 24, 2022

Location Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help

Visitation will be on Tuesday, March 29th from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., with a Vigil at 7:00 p.m. at Behrens-Wilson Funeral Home. Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Wednesday, March 30th at 10:00 a.m., at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Burial will follow at Black Hills National Cemetery.

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I remember going to visit Aunt Maggie and Unlce Marvin when I was a kid. Always looked forward to that. Remember when she came to Illinois with Hank and Sue to visit Maggie and Dave Richmond and my Mom Cathy and I. Mom and I got her to go with us to do Courtside Ministry with our Pastor. We all also went to eat at a famous biker bar called Poopy's. Of course I know the owner. Will miss Aunt Maggie.

Posted by Malinda Parks on April 2, 2022

My deepest sympathy to Maggie's family. I know you are heartbroken as am I. Maggie was my cousin and back in the day when we both lived in Igloo, she was our babysitter and always she was my friend. She was the personification of a truly "good" person. Maggie was my hero for so many reasons and one of the most favorite people in my life. She will be so missed by so many people. The virtual video was a great remembrance of her life with several of my favorite songs included. Thanks also for the virtual feed of the funeral. So go rest high on that mountain beautiful lady. I miss you.

Posted by Judith Schoch on March 30, 2022

I loved visiting with Maggie when she was working in the office at South Middle School. Praying for her family during this difficult time.

Posted by Deborah Goodart on March 29, 2022

Last I saw Maggie, we were in the store. In 5 minutes, we had caught up since our lives had not changed much since she retired. I kept expecting her to come out of retirement any day but seems it was time to put the work down for keeps. 5 years ago? Maybe less. Maggie never minced words, had a sharp wit and a heart of gold. I can still hear the kids calling her name as I got to drive her bus as a sub, or the time we teamed up over summer school. Rest well Maggie. Folks at the Bus Barn miss you. Love ya. John

Posted by John Johnson on March 26, 2022

My sweet Maggie you are such a beautiful lady. Your smile and your gorgeous heart is overflowing the rivers in heaven. Your kindness and generosity came from the heart. Your love for Marvin was so heartfelt. Your love for your family your God and for the simple things in life are inspirational. No need to worry your home where you belong. Thank you for touching my life and keeping the faith in staying true to your country girl roots. We will have a pepsi together again. Love Debbie.

Posted by Debbie Geibel on March 25, 2022

You will be Greatly Missed but NEVER Forgotten! I can't wait to hear all the bowling from up there. Love always

Posted by Peggy on March 25, 2022

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