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Carrie Kaye Schueth joined our Lord on Jan 19th, 2021. She left her Earthly home peacefully, with her husband and sister by her side. Carrie fought Stage 4 Melanoma Cancer for 2 years leading up to her passing. In her final days she told many, "Cancer made me a better person." She maintained a positive and hopeful outlook, always looking for the silver lining. She worked full-time throughout much of her battle as an Analytic Consultant for Wells Fargo, where she built lasting friendships and collaborations for 13 years. She would so often say that it was her livelihood and many people depended on her, so she wanted to continue working during her journey. She was a member of the Women's Team Network, Project Management Institute Program, Innovators Club, and the Diversity and Inclusion Group of Wells Fargo. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership from Colorado State University.
Carrie grew up in Stanley NC and spent some time in Washington DC and Richmond Virginia before moving to Cornelius, NC. She called this her home and resided with her adoring husband, Ryan Schueth. She was the daughter of Susan McFall Absher and the Granddaughter of the late Elmer and Ruby McFall. Her childhood was filled with the love and peace of Pappa and Bubber. She will always be remembered by her sister Hope Summer and brother-in-law Kalan Summer, her nieces Kylie and Kellsie Kaye Summer, brother David Horne and their loyal dog, Victor. Ryan and Carrie considered their friends to be family. Ryan was certainly the love of her life and kept her on her toes. He showed her how to live a full life of adventure and loyalty. Carrie said that her husband and her sister were her loves and warriors.
Carrie always gave more than she received. She was the magic in her niece’s lives. She was a beach mermaid digger, Easter Bunny whisperer, friendly Witchy, a nice friend of the Grinch, AND she talked to dogs. Even though she had cancer, she would cook for you if you were sick, show up to your Birthday Party, or be the person to call if you needed help.
While she was in the hospital in December, a Physical Therapist asked Carrie to tell her a little about herself. Carrie said, "I'm a little short-tempered, a mentor, learner, loyal friend, Type A, socializer, gardener, organizer, and a cook. I like to go boating and I like to feel pretty. My struggles never defined me, but they’ve made me a better person. I like to make people feel good about themselves. People won't remember much about you, but they will remember how you made them feel."
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