Carrie
Narr, Carrie Sandra December 20, 1958 - March 20, 2010 Carrie Narr, 51, a life-long resident of the South Bay, passed away on Saturday, March 20, 2010 from a car accident. Carrie was born in Torrance, CA, and graduated from South High School. She was a member of St. Lawrence Martyr Catholic Church in Redondo Beach and served as the Executive Assistant to the CEO at Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center in Torrance where she worked for 32 years. Carrie dedicated her life to her children and family. She had a real love for animals, especially her dogs, cats and horses. Carrie touched the lives of many every day and was known for always being there with a warm smile, kind words and a listening ear. Carrie is survived by her parents, Betty and Joseph Narr of Torrance, CA; son, Andrew Joseph Ward of Lomita, CA; daughter, Chelsie Ward of Torrance, CA; son, Trevor Ward of Lomita, CA; brothers, Curtis and Craig Narr of Torrance, CA; and sister, Cindy Narr of Torrance, CA. Services will be held at St. Lawrence Martyr Catholic Church in Redondo Beach on Saturday, March 27, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. Internment will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Carrie Narr Memorial Fund, which will be held in trust for her three children. Please send donations to the Providence Little Company of Mary Foundation, 4101 Torrance Blvd, Torrance, CA 90503, attention LeeAnn Thompson. I'd like the memory of me to be a happy one. I'd like to leave an afterglow of smiles when life is done. I'd like to leave an echo whispering softly down the ways. Of happy times and laughing times and bright and sunny days. I'd like the tears of those who grieve, to dry before the sun. Of happy memories that I leave when life is done.

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  1. I worked at LCM and knew Carrie as a warm and friendly person, with a welcoming smile. My heartfelt sympathy to her family and friends.

  2. Carrie’s family, My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort. I worked with Carrie for 18 years, she was always so kind and caring. God bless

  3. My deepest sympathy to Carrie’s 3 children and family. I just heard about it late yesterday. We just went on a hike together less than 24 hrs before. I called her Sunday to check in but I never rec’d a return call from her for the first time. I know the family will provide the long term support structure the children now need. I am in deep, deep morning right now along with many others. My deepest sympathy to her children and family.

  4. May fond memories always keep her in your hearts. I’m going to miss hearing Carrie’s cheerful chatter and laughter when walking down the Administrative hallway. She was a bright ray of sunshine. She loved Basketball too. She said her favorite Laker was Sasha whom we both were unhappy when he cut his hair. She loved a good laugh. I’m glad to have known her, now she’s an Angel in heaven. God bless you all.

  5. Dear Narr Family, Please accept my condolences. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Sincerely, June Albin Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center-Torrance

  6. We are so sorry for your tragic loss. Carrie was a gift to everyone who knew her, and she will never be forgotten.

  7. Many wonderful memories of grade school. May Our Lord’s love, peace and strength fill your hearts and lives. Thank you Lord for the gift of Carrie’s life and for all the lives she touched through her journey.

  8. To Craig and all of your family, I was so saddened to hear about Carrie. Your whole family had a way of brightening up the halls at Arnold Elementary! You all played a roll in forming many, many happy memories. I pray that God will hold you tight and lift you up during this painful time for you and your family.

  9. I will miss Carrie’s cheerful “Hi Mary” in answer to my “Hi Carrie” ! I will miss her wonderful sense of humor. I will miss seeing her at Little Company. I grieve for our friendship – I was just beginning to know Carrie. She is in my thoughts and daily prayers. I am so very sorry for your loss. Mary Osborne

  10. One of my first text to Carrie was a poem, she said it was her first and it made her very happy. This is by Alexandr Pushkin “Farewell” It’s the last time, when I dare To cradle your image in my mind, To wake a dream by my heart, bare, With exultation, shy and air, To cue your love that’s left behind. The years run promptly; their fire Changes the world, and me, and you. For me, you now are attired In dark of vaults o’er them who died, For you — your friend extinguished too. My dear friend, so sweet and distant, Take farewell from all my heart, As takes a wid in a somber instant, As takes a friend before a prison Will split those dear friends apart. Farewell my sweet Carrie.

  11. One of my first text to Carrie was a poem, she said it was her first and it made her very happy. This is by Alexandr Pushkin “Farewell” It’s the last time, when I dare To cradle your image in my mind, To wake a dream by my heart, bare, With exultation, shy and air, To cue your love that’s left behind. The years run promptly; their fire Changes the world, and me, and you. For me, you now are attired In dark of vaults o’er them who died, For you — your friend extinguished too. My dear friend, so sweet and distant, Take farewell from all my heart, As takes a wid in a somber instant, As takes a friend before a prison Will split those dear friends apart. Farewell my sweet Carrie.

  12. To the Narr family. I am in total shock as i just heard the news. I worked with Carrie for 18yrs and she was a dear friend. I remember being in her wedding, her happy smile, laughter, and joking around and the births of her 3 kids. She had a wonderful big heart. She will be forever in my heart, and deeply missed.

  13. Prayers for your family in the passing of a loved one. May god be with you and your family at this time, and always

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