Carrie (Timmerman) Linn

Born: Thu., Dec. 11, 1958
Died: Sun., Dec. 17, 2017


Funeral Service

11:00 AM Fri., Dec. 22, 2017
Location: Evanston LDS Elm St Chapel


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Carrie Linn passed away Sunday, December 17, 2017.

Carrie was born December 11, 1958 to Bill and Beverly Timmerman in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Carrie had a zest for life and never missed an opportunity to have fun. She enjoyed her time on the lake; fishing, water skiing and spending time with friends and family. During the summer, she spent most of her time at her "summer home" at the Lucerne Marina. The marina became her and her daughter's second home. She became an active member of the Yacht Club and formed many lasting relationships.

She was a member of the local Eagle's Club and could be found there weekly for 'Wine Wednesday.'  She loved planning and attending social gatherings and was often the life of the party. She was always dancing and enjoyed live music. Carrie had a big heart and spent much of her time taking care of those around her and making sure everyone was happy.

She attended high school a Skyline High School and despite not graduating, she took the Real Estate Profession by storm. For years she worked as a loan officer and later became a realtor. She worked for numerous firms and has worked for Remax for the last 14 years, where she has earned numerous awards and achievements, including, being inducted into the Remax Hall of Fame. She was also a member of the National Association of Realtors, the Wyoming Association of Realtors, Western Wyoming Board of Realtors and the Uinta County Chamber of Commerce.

Carrie married Charles Linn, April 21, 2014 in Page, Arizona.

Carrie loved all animals, especially her pets, Charlie Girl, her dog, and Stanley, her cat.

Carrie is survived by her husband, Charles Linn;  daughters, Emily Tess Farley, Lacie Dawn Archer; Step-Daughters, Jessica Whinnery, Nicole Page (Jerry); grandchildren, Kimber, Cayman and Taya; father, Bill Timmerman; siblings, Rodney Timmerman (Cindy), Cyndi Timmerman Stugelmeyer, Sandra Kocsis (Ernest), Amy Bybee (Steve); and many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Beverly Timmerman; brother, Richard Scott Timmerman; and her beloved dog Lady Allie Capone.

Contributions in her memory can be made to the Humane Society.

Services are under the direction of Crandall Funeral Home and will be held Friday, December 22, 2017 at 11:00am at the 251 Elm St. LDS Chapel, with graveside service following at the Evanston Cemetery. A celebration will follow at the Painted Lady in Evanston.

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Marvin Hance
   Posted Tue December 19, 2017
Very sorry to hear this. I have known her since I moved to Evanston in 1994. Always seem to have a smile. She sold me my townhome in 1995. My condolences to her family.

Becky Rugger
   Posted Tue December 19, 2017
I am sending thoughts for comfort and peace for all, so very sorry for your loss.


Those whom we have loved never really leave us. They live on forever in our hearts, and cast their radiant light onto our every shadow. ~Sylvana Rossetti

Ron Taylor
   Posted Tue December 19, 2017
So sorry for you loss. She was one of the people that always had a smile and a hug. She went above and beyond in everything she done. The lord must have needed a great helper at this time. She will be really missed by all. RIP Carrie see ya on the other side . !!!!!!

Robin Schelling
   Posted Tue December 19, 2017
This news leaves my heart very heavy. Carrie was a dear friend of mine, despite our differences, I loved her very much. She was a beautiful lady with a heart of gold. I thought of her often and missed her very much. I pray her family finds comfort in all the wonderful memories and believes she will watch over them to keep them safe. Emily, Lacie, I offer my sincere condolences and deepest sympathy for you. She loved you more than anything in this world. I send my love to you all!
Robin & Shelbie Schelling

Lori and Kelly Hess
   Posted Tue December 19, 2017
We are so saddened by this turn of events. Carrie made a positive impact with everyone she ever engaged with. She was a positive "people" person and the ultimate peacemaker. She was a good friend and will be missed.

Susan Gerrard
   Posted Tue December 19, 2017
I send my sympathy to her family and friends.

Katherine and Larry Lockard and family
   Posted Wed December 20, 2017
Dear Timmerman Family,

Our heartfelt condolences to all your family at this time.
May God find a peace in your hearts and remember the memories of
your loved one. Prayers and thoughts are with you 🙏❤️

The Lockard Family
California based 🌅

Margery Butler
   Posted Wed December 20, 2017
I am very saddened to hear the news of Carrie passing. What a wonderful person Carrie was to know. Always greeted me with a smile and a genuine hello. She was my realtor when we bought our home in Almy. She was always very sincere and had a wonderful attitude about everything. I'm going to miss you Carrie. You are with the Angels now. Rest in peace.

karen McWilliams
   Posted Wed December 20, 2017
I am so sorry for your loss

Brannigan Roeber
   Posted Wed December 20, 2017
Hands down Carrie, you were seriously one of the coolest, kindest, most fun person I have ever known! Like a second mom to me growing up with our summers at the lake. I’ll never forgot all the fun memories you, Lacie, my mom, and I all shared together. You were always the life and light of the party. You could turn anyone’s frown upside down! I will sure miss rocking out to Bon Jovi with you,but cherish all the memories we all were able to share together. My condolences go out to you and your family. Lacie, if you are reading this I just want you to know, I love you and you are in my thoughts more than you know! RIP Mrs Carrie, it’s not goodbye, it’s I’ll see you later ❤️❤️❤️❤️

Lesa Roeber
   Posted Wed December 20, 2017
I am so sad I will miss my Carrie Girl. We have been friends for a very long time. She is a wonderful, fun, accepting person. We have had so many fun times boating, and just haning out and had the opportunity to work with her in the mortgage business. My deepist sympathy goes out to her family and friends. We will all miss her so very much.

Kristen Page
   Posted Wed December 20, 2017

TRADITIONAL FUNERAL BASKET was sent by Leo and Kristen Page, Brian, Erin and Kaydence.

Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss…our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. Love, Leo and Kristen Page, Brian, Erin and Kaydence


Jess Wright
   Posted Thu December 21, 2017
I loved Carrie, my condolences to her many loved ones. May time turn her memery in to a smile when you think of her.

Jarett Davis
   Posted Thu December 21, 2017

CONTINUUM WREATH ON EASEL was sent by Jarett davis.

She will be missed. Jarett Davis & family


Kathy Norris
   Posted Fri December 22, 2017
My Sympathy and condolences go out to Carrie's family,she will be missed.

Ray Morrison
   Posted Fri December 22, 2017
I am so sorry to here the news of Carrie's passing. She was a lovely person and I was blessed to know her. My thoughts and prayers.
Ray

Van C Johnson
   Posted Mon January 01, 2018
I am sorry to hear of Carrie’s passing. I did not learn of it until today, January 1, 2018 as I am in Capenhagen, Denmark and have been since November 1st. I went into Remax to wish her well before I left but did not see her. May peace and comfort be with each of you at this time and always. Sincerely, Van C. Johnson.

Bob & Charlotte Fry
   Posted Fri January 05, 2018
Chuck,
Just now, Jan 5th, did we learn of Carrie's passing. I can't imagine how much it must hurt. Our love and tenderness at this time does not take away the pain, the sorrow, and the emotional torment that must be yours to suffer through.
Please know we value your friendship, and that of Carrie for many years but even with more joy when the two of you were married and she moved into our neighborhood. She was for sure a unique and wonderful person, bringing a liveliness to the community as well as to you. Her spirit is still alive and you will see her again in the next life is my firm belief and you will again smile when you see her.
Charlotte and I will be in South America until about the first of July, 4,000 miles away, down near the Equator and the Amazon River.
We send our tender feelings, our grief, and our love to you . . . . Bob & Charlotte

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