Carrie Rae Partenheimer

carrie partenheimer

Carrie Rae Partenheimer passed away on_September 10, 2020 at her home in Winter Haven, Florida.  . Carrie was born in 1944 in Santa Ana, California. Her parents, George and Majorie Hueckstedt proceeded her in death. Carrie moved throughout the USA and Japan as her father was in the Air Force. She graduated from high school at Johnson Air Base in Tokyo, Japan. She met her husband, Robert, in Madison, Wisconsin in June of 1963 and they were married in November 1963. Carrie is survived by her husband, Robert, two sons, Garret and Jarrod, and three grandchildren, Valerie, Chayton, and Austin. She is also survived by her sister, Marilyn, in North Carolina. Carrie raised her family, with her husband, in the Denver area where she and her family resided for 35 years. While in the Denver area Carrie worked for the Government at Lowry AFB, Guaranty National Insurance Co., Mile High Markets, Creos Inc., and the Cherry Creek School District. Carrie will be interred at Ft Logan National Cemetery.  WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 30th, 2020 at 11 AM STAGING AREA 'A'  PLEASE BE AT STAGING AREA BY 10:45 AM  and PLEASE WEAR A FACIAL COVERING.

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  1. I want to extend my heartfelt condolences to the family of Carrie Partenheimer.  My wife and I shared some wonderful trips and dinners with her and husband Bob.   She had a beautiful smile and a great laugh.  We enjoyed their hospitality at their home in Winter Haven and exploring Disney World with them as our guides.   It was fun listening to their experiences working as "Cast Members" at Disney World.   She was a wonderful lady who will be missed by many.

  2. , I am so proud to have been able to call you my mom. Never has there been anyone so deserving of the title of mom. I grew up knowing that no matter what i did bad or good you were always there to put a band aid on my knee or ground me for wearing white socks around the house. Weather it was helping you do dishes or clean up the house on a friday night. I remember the times we shared eating breakfast together on a sunday morning. Having to vacuum the house or dust the furniture. From going on vacations with you and dad to having the honor of dancing with you at my wedding… Either way i would give anything to go back in time just to experience those memories with you.I feel at times i took you for granted and never understood until i was older how hard you worked to keep us safe and a happy family. I am grateful of everything i learned from you mom. I still use many of the things i learned from you today.I try to do the best that i can to make you proud. I hope i made you proud mom. You and dad shaped me to be who i am today. I hope you look down upon us and smile. You smile was so bright, you lit up the room wherever you were.
    I will never be able to accept that your gone from this earth. It was too soon.. I love you mom. I will think of you everyday and wish i could see you as well. You will be forever in my heart. I will see you again. 
    Forever and always your son, Jarrod.

  3. Carrie…..I miss you so much. You were always the thrill of my life. This is really difficult for me but you are now in the hands of The Lord. Thank you for 56 wonderful years of happiness.

  4. Our hearts and prayers go out to Rob, children and extended family.  We taught preschool children at church with Carrie and enjoyed evenings playing cards and dominos with her and Rob.  She was always a vibrant lady and will be missed by all.  Thanks for the memories Rob and Carrie.
    Smitty and Barb 
    Centennial, Colorado

  5. Dear Bob as I reflected with you on the phone Carrie will be missed by all of us, she was such a great lady and raised a wonderful family. Kathi and I can reflect back over the many wonderful times we had together with the boys running around and growing up. We are truly blessed to have known Carrie and will remember her forever. God Bless you and the kids. Carrie is truly an Angel in Heaven watching over her family and friends. Love you all. JC and Kathi

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