Obituaries

Mary Louise Carlson

October 17, 1936 - November 17, 2019

Mary Louise Carlson, 83, of Milwaukee, WI.  And formerly of Aurora, IL.  passed away on Sunday, November 17, 2019 at her home surrounded by her family.  Mary was born October 17, 1936 in Aurora, IL. the daughter of Kenneth and Harriet (nee. Brownfield) Herold.  She was united in marriage to Arthur W. Carlson Jr. on December 31, 1954 in Aurora, Il.

Mary was amazing mother and grandmother, she took care of many children, and was like a mother to many children that were not hers. She loved watching hthejn  price is right and the young and the restless. She always looked forward to the holidays to get the family together and cook a big meal and always made sure that everyone had something under the tree for Christmas.

Mary was survived by her three daughters, Darlene Carlson, Debbye Correa and Denise (Venston) Jones, her ten grandchildren, Devin Carlson, Sarah (Mike) Pounovich , Jovan Lewis, Lydia (Ozzie) Rodriquez, Tyler (Allison), Camille Woodward, Damon Woodward, Willie Zolliecoffer-Carlson, Denadis Zolliecoffer, and Teahjah Zolliecoffer; thirteen great grandchildren Hunter, Mason, Brooklyn, Evelyn, Neveah, Jayden, Leilah, Booker IV, Nyilah, Teresa, Ethan, Liliana, Adalyn; one great great grandchild on the way. Many nieces and nephews

She was preceded in death by her parents, her loving husband of over fifty-one years, Arthur W. Carlson Jr., her two sons, Ronald (Taimi) Carlson and Roger (Melody) Carlson; and all of her siblings.

Visitation will be held from 12:00 P.M. until 2:00 P.M.  on Friday, November 22, 2019 at Moss Family Funeral Home, 209 S. Batavia Ave., Batavia, IL. 60510.  A funeral service will follow visitation at 2:00 P.M. also at the funeral home.  Interment will be held at River Hills Memorial Park in Batavia, Il.

Guest Book

  • Steve Eichelberger You will be missed you were the light in our darkness and the last of a generation now you are back with your family rest in peace.
  • Michael L. O'Neal Aunt Mary you will be dearly missed. You can rest now and enjoy yourself in Heaven with all the family that has walked on before you. Tell them all I will see them when I join you all, But tell them I'm not in a real big hurry to get there right now. I think they will all understand.
  • TERRY A. EICHELBERGER You are the last one Aunt Mary, say high to Mom when you see her.