Anna Marie (Traister) Carrick

Born: 07/22/1946 Passed:

On December 21, 2020 Anna Marie (Traister) Carrick, wife, mother, grandmother, and a fighter, lost the battle to the cancer that affected her for over two years. Born July 22, 1946 in Brookville, Pennsylvania to the late Harold and Florence (Wonderling) Traister. Throughout her life, she was devoted to family and friends. She was a co-founder of the Watson Pre School, spent many years volunteering at Doctors Hospital, served a term on the Board of Directors for the Hospital and served several years as president of the Women’s Guild. She and George spent many years country western dancing and traveling to many cities and countries. In later years, she was devoted to her grandchildren who called her “MeMaw”, a name she used in an antique business she started and ran for 15 years

In addition to her parents, Anna Marie is preceded in death by her sister, Sandra and brother, Harold Junior.

She is survived by her husband, George; daughter, Laura (Robert) Mease; son, George (Cheryl) Carrick; and grandchildren, Chase, Collin, Conner Carrick and Dylan and Kaitlyn (her “Kate”) Mease; and stepbrother, Kenneth (Joan) Capello of Sidney, Ohio.

The family wishes to thank the nursing staff at Mercy Medical Center 9th floor for their compassion and service in her final days, the entire staff at Tri-County Hematology and Oncology for their efforts over the past two year to improve her physical health and to Father Matthew of St. Paul’s for his compassion and help in brightening her spiritual life.

She will be extremely missed by her family and those who knew her. As per her request, no calling hours will be held. Funeral Mass will be held at St. Paul’s North Canton in the future. Rest in peace and until we are all together again, Love you always.

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  1. Kaitlyn Mease says:

    My grandma was beautiful, strong, caring, and the most hardworking person I have ever known. Since as long as I remember she has always taken care of me and tried her best in giving me a happy and meaningful life.

    I have many memories with her as a kid, and she is the best grandma I could ever ask for. She loved Christmas and invited me over every year to decorate the house and bake cookies and make pierogis or homemade egg noodles, which were carried down in her family for years. In the summer, she would take me and my brother mini-golfing, bowling, or on mini trips to fairgrounds, Lake Erie, Pitsburg, and other places in Ohio that I’ve never been to. Not being able to travel much, I am very grateful for her and my grandpa for giving these opportunities to me. These were truly fun times.

    She taught me how to do many things such as baking, cooking, sewing, painting, and gardening. She truly brightened my childhood and I will always cherish the memories I have with her and my grandpa.

    I am very devasted with her passing away, but I will try my best to learn from her and become an amazing person like she was. She always tried to teach me what is right and how to be a good person, so I will take these things I learned from her and try to move on and live a happy life like she would have wanted me to.

    Thank you for everything MeeMaw.

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