Carolyn “Susie” Nuckolls
”1939 - 2010”
So little time to say the things You'd really like to say -
Before you even find the words, The time just slips away.
So little time to do the things You feel that you must do.
So treasure, like the purest gold, The time God's given you.
So little time to dream your dreams, For youth has passed its prime,
And all too soon you realize That there's ... so little time.
So little time to reach the height To which you're bound to climb,
For swiftly pass the waning years, And there's ... so little time.
So little time to pass regrets, And less, to make amends,
Yet God can heal the deepest wounds In chosen, cherished friends.
So little time to share God's love And beauty here on earth,
And know, before His endless time, Their meaning and true worth.
Oh, yes, there is so little time
To seek the hidden door
That opens up to heaven's time,
Where time's forevermore.
Carolyn “Susie” Nuckolls
Wyandotte, OK – Carolyn “Susie” Nuckolls, 71, died Wednesday, May 12, 2010 at St. John’s Regional Medical Center in Joplin, Missouri. She was born on February 11, 1939 in Claremore, Oklahoma to Dutch and Geraldine (Bearskin) Stovall White. Susie married Jeff Nuckolls on December 28, 1957. She worked for the Miami Indian Health Clinic. Susie enjoyed button collecting and trading, she was an avid quilter and most enjoyed her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was a mentor for many Seneca Cayuga tribal members. Susie was a member of the Friends Church in Wyandotte. Survivors include her husband Jeffie M. Nuckolls, two sons Matt Nuckolls and his wife, Michelle of Wyandotte and Mitchell Nuckolls and Martha Petty of Grove; one daughter Lora Nuckolls of Wyandotte; three grandsons, Justin Wald, Aaron Nuckolls and Joseph Nuckolls; two granddaughters Nikan Cary and husband Micheal, and Amy Nuckolls; one great grandson Landon Cary; three step-granddaughters Holly Hillard, Sarah and Rebecca Siedner; eight sisters, three brothers and many nieces, nephews and extended family. She was preceded in death by one son, Jeffery “Oscar” Nuckolls and daughter Marsha Jane Nuckolls. Graveside services will be held at 2:00 p.m., Friday, May 14, 2010 at Bassett Grove cemetery with Mr. Charlie Diebold officiating. Visitation will be at the family home. Pallbearers will be John Johnson, Travis Bowers, Robert Ellis, Joseph Nuckolls, Aaron Nuckolls, and Justin Wald. Honorary pallbearers will be Tom Stovall, Amos Easley and Shawn Stovall.
Resource: MiamiRecord (May, 2010)
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