Carolyn Wittmer

May 11,2013

Carolyn Wittmer, 69, of Fulton died Saturday May 11,2013 in St. Joseph’s Hospital, Syracuse after a short illness. Carolyn was born in Fulton, where she remained a life resident. She retired from Nestle’s after many years of service. She served in the United Sates Army from 1963 until 1964.

Carolyn was predeceased by her parents Harold Murray and Eleanor Duciaume and stepfather Lou Duciaume, and brother Harold Murray. She is survived by her son Michael (Esther) Wittmer of Auburn, grandchildren Donielle, William, Alisha, Timothy, sisters Patricia Lee (Bill) Smith of Sidney Center, Michelle (Gerald) Shepard of Fulton, and several nieces and nephews.

Memorial services will be conducted Saturday 9:30 a.m. in Holy Trinity Church, Fulton.

Contributions may be made to the Oswego County Humane Society Inc. 265 W. 1st. St Oswego, NY 13126. The arrangements are in the care of the Sugar Funeral Home Inc. 224 W. 2nd. St. Fulton.

2 thoughts on “Carolyn Wittmer

  1. Carolyn will be sadly missed by her “Indiana Sis”. And what a shame that her beloved grandchildren will never know how much they were loved by her. She packed so much love in that little body. But now she can rejoyce, but we are left behind without her special sparkle.

  2. Carolyn Anne Murray-Wittmer will be more missed everyday by me.
    She touched my life and everyone she came in contact with.
    Her family in Fulton & Auburn have lost a treasure and a really good person. I wish they had known her as I did and enjoyed her more.
    We were sisters for almost 69 years and durning that time we had our disagreements.
    As we grew older together, we loved each other more and appreciated one another for who we are.
    Not expecting anyone to change, I loved her for being her.
    God gave Carolyn crosses to bear in this life and she took them on one by one.
    At the end, alone with only God, she was called to Heaven. She handed Our Lord back all those crosses and He said,” Enter the Kingdom, my good and faithful servant Carolyn.”
    I will miss her every minute of every day, until we meet again. God love her as I do.

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