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Carole V. Lute-Erb

February 19, 1936 April 2, 2015
Carole V. Lute-Erb
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Carole V. Lute-Erb, long time resident of Brookings, left this earth April 2, 2015. Carole was born to Maisy Ethel Bright and J. B. McGovern on Feb. 19, 1936 in Broken Bow, Oklahoma. She was 1 of 9 children. Carole married Bill J. Anderson in 1953 and moved to Brookings in 1959. To this union four children were born: Jackie L. Morgan of Medford, Billy K. Anderson of Brookings, Sandy L. Siebert of Eagle Point, Oregon and Peggy L. Arnett of Brookings. In 1974, Carole married Lowell J. Lute who brought two children to this union: Tracy L. Kennedy of Westford, MA and Tammy L. Hengel of Medford. In 2004, Carole married local man Edward Erb. Carole enjoyed a full, rich life. She was very devoted to her faith in Christ and her family. Carole worked many years as a waitress at The Captain’s Table in Gold Beach. She turned in her apron for a share in Brookings Plywood. She was the first woman to work there. She finally decided to sell real estate and did so for 30 years until her retirement in 2014. Carole was preceded in death by her parents, brothers Toyce Dalworth, Bill Hough, Terry Don and J. B. McGovern; sisters Zeda Florence and Priscilla Swan. Also preceding her are granddaughter Ashyia Reanne Arnett and grandson Rodney Sean Dunn. She is survived by her husband Edward Erb, sister Wren Cloen Davis of Oakhill, Oklahoma and all six of her children, numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Services will be held at Living Waters Foursquare Church at 2 p.m. on Wednesday April 8, 2014. Redwood Memorial Chapel is assisting the family.
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