Cari Beck Obituary, Death – Cari Beck passed away in a fatal car accident. She considered Lexington, specifically Lexington, to be her home. The Reverend David Langley will serve as the main celebrant at a memorial service celebrating her life in November at 2:00 pm in Forest Hill Memorial Park. The anniversary of her passing will mark the memorial service. Friends and family are invited to the Davidson Funeral Home on Tuesday between 6:00 and 8:00 p.m. to offer their condolences to the family. On June 1st, 1933, Carrie Lee Kiger was born in Orange County.
Willie Martha Clark Kiger and Fred Lee Kiger were her parents. For a considerable amount of her life, Carrie worked at Burlington Furniture and was a very kind and helpful person to many people, especially her employees. Everyone will be devastated by her loss, and they will all grieve her a great deal. She also looked forward to any time she would get to spend with Mary and Maxine, her two best friends. She gave her children and grandchildren her whole attention and concern. Carrie was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and sister in addition to her roles in the family.
Her husband Herbert Hudson Beck Sr., who passed away on June 29, 2011, as well as her sisters Louise Owens, Sallie Middleton, Willie Hauser, and Frances Spainhour preceded her in death, in addition to her parents. The only members of her immediate family who were still alive at the time of her death were her parents. Her parents’ graves are also located at the family cemetery. She is also survived by her son Herbert Hudson Beck Jr. and his wife Susan of Lexington, two of her grandchildren Benjamin Beck and his wife Rebekah of Morehead City, North Carolina.
And Daniel Beck and his wife Corine of Lexington, five great grandchildren Victoria, Forrest, Hannah, Hudson, and Hunter, and two particularly close relatives Joyce Owens Bevans and Larry Owens, both of Lexington. All of her loved ones will cherish her recollections for the rest of their lives. The family would like to take this opportunity to express their gratitude to Peaches, Kay, and Carmelita for their unending love and support throughout this trying time. The three of them are very special angels to the family.