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Carey McMillan

December 4, 2014

Carey "Mac" McMillan, 75, of Carlyss passed away on Thursday, December 4, 2014. Mac was a member of the Masonic Lodge 165 for 46 years. He was a U.S. Army veteran. Mac loved to cook and spend time with his family. He was an avid outdoorsman. Mac lived his life large. He loved people and had a compassionate heart. Mac loved sports. He loved anything to do with LSU, Ole Miss or Peyton Manning. Mac began his career with Citgo in 1969. For three years, he and his family were transferred to Fort McMurray Alberta, Canada to work for the Tar Sands Plant. He retired from Citgo in 2004. Mac is survived by his wife of 52 years, Betty Smith McMillan; three daughters, Teresa Thibodeaux of Pharr, TX, Patty (Bobby) Simmons of Vinton, LA and Cara (Ross) Giles of Coffeyville, KS; two sisters, Helen Williams and Rachel Sanderson; two brothers, Hilton McMillan and Joe McMillan; seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Memorial services for Mac will be held on Monday, December 8, 2014 at 2 pm at Johnson and Robison Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Steve Shirley officiating. Visitation will be on Monday, December 8, 2014 from 8 am until the time of service.

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  1. Dearest Mama Betty, My words are insufficient to express my condolences on the passing of your dearly beloved Mac. I pray that God's Holy Spirit will envelope you in His arms and comfort you at this time of sorrow. I love you and wish God's choicest blessing on you,my mama and my sisters at this time. ((((((Hugs))))))) CeclyAnn.

  2. Daddy, I miss you so much!! I look forward to the day we can be together again. I love you!! Thank you for everything!!

  3. Our Deepest Sympathy from all his friends and Co-Workers at Citgo. Mac was an Awesome man and we enjoyed working with him. Prayers for you all. Sincerely, Michelle

  4. Mac will be greatly missed. I had the privilege of working with Mac for many years as a young man and I take great comfort knowing his knowledge and council helped me get to where I am today. Many long nights with black coffee and #7's, stories of the "good ol days" and the ability to always seen the humor in any situation was perhaps Mac's greatest attribute. My prayers are for Betty and family that the Lord will comfort you in your grief. If anyone had a full life with no regrets it was Mac. Mac we'll miss you and I count myself fortunate for having known you and called you friend.


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