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In Memory of

Carroll Eddie Mcdonough

August 6, 1942 - November 15, 2011

Obituary


CW2 retired Carroll Eddie McDonough was born in Richmond, Virginia August 06, 1942, and passed away in Temple Hospital on November 15, 2011.

He was preceded in death by his mother Catherine McDonough and his brother of Virginia.

Survivors are his loving wife of 49 years, Arlette McDonough, daughters Sylvie Miller and husband James of Friendswood Texas, Vickie Anderson and husband Pat of Killeen, Texas. He was a proud PaPa of 10 grandchildren.

He served his country proudly in the US Army, he was proud to become a Physician Assistant...

CW2 retired Carroll Eddie McDonough was born in Richmond, Virginia August 06, 1942, and passed away in Temple Hospital on November 15, 2011.

He was preceded in death by his mother Catherine McDonough and his brother of Virginia.

Survivors are his loving wife of 49 years, Arlette McDonough, daughters Sylvie Miller and husband James of Friendswood Texas, Vickie Anderson and husband Pat of Killeen, Texas. He was a proud PaPa of 10 grandchildren.

He served his country proudly in the US Army, he was proud to become a Physician Assistant in 1975, where he received his degree from Baylor University, and retired from US Army after 23 years of service. He had tours in Vietnam and Germany and he received; Meritorious Service Medal; Good Conduct Medal w/clap, Bronze, 5 loops; National Defense Service Medal; Army Service ribbon; Overseas Service Ribbon w/Numerals 2; Vietnam Service Medal w/2 Bronze Service Stars; Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry w/palm. He continued to work afterwards as a Physician's Assistant for the VA Hospital in Houston, Texas Department of Correction in Navasota Texas, and C R Darnall Army Medical Center. He was awarded a Certificate of Graduation from Federal Bureau of Prisons Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, Georgia.

His hobbies were fishing, flint napping, searching for artifacts, cake making and reading. He always enjoyed going to the casinos and Indian POW WOWs.

Memorial Donations can be made to American Cancer Society.

Funeral services will be a Crawford-Bowers Funeral Home Chapel at 1:30 PM on Monday, November 21, 2011. Burial will follow at Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery.

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