Carlotta Hurr

Carlotta J. Hurr

Friday, April 11th, 1941 - Friday, April 24th, 2020
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Wife, mom, grandma, sister and friend, the "Queen" and matriarch of the family, Carlotta J. Hurr of Dayton, went home to be with the Lord on Friday April 24, 2020 surrounded by her family. She was born April 11, 1941 in Jellico, Tennessee. She retired from Spence Management, owners of Dayton area Burger King Restaurants, where she worked for 10 years as the Administrative Assistant. She was a member of Newspring Church, Springboro.

Carlotta is preceded in death by her parents, Jenina (Hughes) and Thomas Lee Ayers; granddaughter Casandra K. Stultz (1986); mother (1997); and father (1958). Carlotta is survived by her loving husband, Joe; daughter Kelly Green (Kevin); son, Todd Stultz (Lisa), Mike and Sandy Martin; nine grandchildren, Tyler (Angie), Travis (Betsy), Tanner, Trent, Scott (Alexis), Seth, Brandon (Tara), Jessica, Katie, Gregory, Abbey and Matthew; seven great-grandchildren, Ella, Emmie, Tate, Rory, Wren, Colton, and Clark; brother, Robert West and his daughter, Darlene E. Williams.

Carlotta loved to travel especially with her husband to New York City, Florida beaches, Niagra Falls, Colorado and back home to Tennessee. Among other things, she will lovingly be remembered for her hugs, bling, and the phrase "I love you more!"

Private life celebration services for family will be held at Conner & Koch Life Celebration Home with Pastor Shannon Wooten officiating. Burial will be at Woodlawn Cemetery, LaFollette, Tennessee.

Because of COVID-19 and the social distancing that is mandated, we would implore you to make a donation in lieu of flowers to Newspring Church Benevolence Fund, 1150 S. Main St., Springboro, Ohio 45066 and send a condolence, plant a tree and share a story or picture about Carlotta here on her Online Book of Memories to help comfort the family.
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  • Visitation

    Conner & Koch Life Celebration Home
    92 W. Franklin St.
    Bellbrook, Ohio 45305
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  • Life Celebration Service

    Conner & Koch Life Celebration Home
    92 W. Franklin St.
    Bellbrook, Ohio 45305
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    Private Family Life Celebration Services
    Pastor Shannon Wooten
  • Interment

    Woodlawn Cemetery
    102 N 5th St
    LaFollette, Tennessee 37766
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Elizabeth Bentley and Tom Anderson

Posted at 09:23pm
Sending the Stultz family much love in this difficult time. Love Beth and Tom.
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Shelly Claiborne

Posted at 04:58pm
What a hole your leaving will leave in our hearts and our family. Always the life of the you always!

Pamela Douglas

Posted at 03:10pm
I will miss you here on earth, but look forward to our Heavenly reunion someday!!! Love & Prayers, Pamela Douglas

Sharon R. Weatherly

Posted at 02:17pm
One of my dearest friends for over 40 years... how I will miss beautiful, caring, fun-loving, sweet and special Carlotta! So many special memories ... would take a book to write them all ... Carlotta lived church, and she would often chat with me about a sermon and ask more questions ... I loved that about her .... always humble in her relationship to the Lord. Fun thing we did together— at Kettering Assembly, we coordinated an annual modeling show several years in a row. Carlotta was the moderator and I wrote the script .we were hand in glove friends, enjoying many of the same things ... decorating, shopping, Bible studies and more. we worked together at a local company and she always referred to me as her boss 😌 I guess I was, but nothing topped our friendship... we had a blast working together! Best memory of all was when I had the privilege of being the altar worker when Carlotta dedicated her life to the Lord some E5 years ago ... that began our I nearly life-long friendship... I’ll see you again my amazing friend. Know you’re enjoying the beauty of Heaven and sitting at Jesus and your mom’s feet! Prayers fir Carlotta’s children, Kelly and Todd - both stars like their mom!

Sharon R. Weatherly Posted at 02:19pm

Correction - some 35 years ago”

Sharon R. Weatherly Posted at 02:31pm

I should have had my glasses on! correction: Carlotta - RE-dedicated her life to the Lord ... those 35 plus years ago.

donna housley

Posted at 07:20pm
My beautiful cousin, thank you for your kindness always shown to me. Thank you for the love and happiness you brought to all of us who loved you and were blessed to call you family. Your journey was amazing and filled with joy which you shared with those around you. You were defined by your spark, your dynamic energy, your compassion and above all, your love for your Savior and your family. We will miss you, lovely Cousin, but we rejoice with the angels today as we know your Homecoming is filled with more celebration and reunion than we can comprehend until it is our time. See you soon... Life is but a vapor; it appears for a moment and then is gone... But everlasting life will see no end! Love you, Queen Carlotta, my beautiful cousin. ❤️ With much love, Donna Mae

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