Patricia “Patti” Carrell


Patricia “Patti” Carrell, 67, of Crawfordsville, passed away on Sunday, December 2, 2018 at St. Vincent Hospital, in Indianapolis. She was born on February 19, 1951 in Iowa, Louisiana to the late Paul and Sybil (Cochran) Lejeune. On October 21, 1983 she married the love of her life, David Warren Carrell. He survives.

She was a homemaker, enjoying her family which was her top priority. She also enjoyed her two special dogs, Angel, and Sophie. She will be greatly missed. She was a member of St. Bernard’s Catholic Church.

Patti is survived by her husband, David Carrell, Crawfordsville, her siblings, Linda Harpe, Lineville, AL, Paula Carver, Waveland, Opal Davies, New Iberia, LA, Fredrick Huffman, Spotsylvania, VA, Paul Lejeune, Morgan City, LA, brother in laws, Mike Schleagel, Ladoga, IN, Phil Smith, Franklin, IN, Alan Carrell, Russeville, IN, Darrell Carrell Russeville, IN, Tony Carrell, Lebanon, IN, Henry Carrell, Crawfordsville, IN, David Alan Carrell, Heritage Lake, IN,  many nieces and nephews, great nieces and nephews, and her two dogs, Angel and Sophie.

She was preceded in death by her parents, in laws, Warren and Martha Carrell and brother Craig Huffman.

Funeral Service will be 11:00 AM Thursday, December 6, 2018 at St. Barnard Catholic Church, 1306 East Main Street, Crawfordsville, IN 47933 with Father Christopher Shocklee celebrating. Burial will follow in Calvary Cemetery. Friends are invited to gather for a time to celebrate her life starting at 10:00 AM until time of service at the church.

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4 thoughts on “Patricia “Patti” Carrell

  • Brenda Spencer

    Was very saddened to read about Patti’s passing away. In fact, I was shocked. She used to come and visit us at In His Time Christian Books & Gifts in downtown Crawfordsville. She became one of our favorite customers and we always got a kick out of visiting with her. She always said she was so lucky to have the best husband ever. She also bragged on her nieces and nephews. Even though heaven is celebrating with her presence, we will certainly miss her not coming into the store. We pray her family can find comfort in all the wonderful memories of Patti.

    • Sandra Henderson

      I have to agree with Brenda – I was shocked and saddened to see of her passing. It was always a lot of fun when Patti came in to ship the treasures she found to her family members. She always picked out special things with love for each person she sent to and had great stories to tell. David, may your heart heal a bit with the great memories you have. God bless.

  • Marjorie Baldwin

    Dear David, Carrell Family and Patti’s Family: Sending heartfelt sympathy, caring thoughts and much love to all. Will continue to keep you all in prayer. God Bless, We love you all. Aunt Marge, Keri, Kevin & Steph, Keith & Emily. – your Orrville, Ohio Family

  • Kristy Crews

    My sweet beautiful friend Patti, oh how you will be dearly missed. You always had great advice and such a loving heart. I loved our chats and texts. My life is better for knowing you. My heart goes out to David and the family. All my deepest sympathy… Kristy