Carrell Enos

January 11, 1933 – July 1, 2024

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Carrell "Sue" Shumpert Enos (91) was born in the Dorsey Community of Itawamba County, MS on January 11,1933, to Jim Buck and Ellie Mae Shumpert. A Pleasant Grove High School Graduate she bloomed into a talented seamstress. Carrell was a devoted wife to Lithford Enos, and a dedicated mother to son, Dennis Wayne. She forever leaves a legacy of love, kindness, and cherished memories in our hearts. The bond she shared with her family was extraordinary, filled with countless moments of laughter, guidance, and unwavering support.

Sue helped raise five generations of Shumpert descendants; her nurturing hands will be missed. She was a faithful life-long member of Pine Grove Missionary Baptist Church where she was loyal serving in various capacities until health concerns limited her access. With a heart full of love, Sue lived a life filled with teaching, nurturing, and motherhood, but her favorite pastimes included fishing and Word Search puzzles. Sue’s passion for cooking brought joy and sustenance to all who enjoyed tasting her delicious creations. Blessed with a loving and caring spirit, Sue always put the needs of others before her own. Her unwavering love and selflessness were evident in every aspect of her life.

She embraced the joys and challenges of motherhood with grace, always putting the needs of her children above her own. She is preceded in death by her parents Jim B. and Ellie Mae Shumpert; her husband: Lithford Enos; her son: Dennis Shumpert; (1)sister: Sarah Whitfield and (5) brothers: John Shumpert, George Shumpert, Glen Shumpert, Willie D. Shumpert and Jonny Earl Shumpert. She leaves to cherish her memory, (5) grandchildren: Marquita Beeks of Dorsey, MS, Felicia Beeks of Fulton, MS, Tiffany Beeks of Tupelo, MS, Deonte Shumpert of Redford, MI and Desmond Shumpert of Plantersville, MS; (6) great-grandchildren: Ta’Corian Wells, Alannah Nails, Aaron Nails, Adrienne Nails, Ava Shumpert and Kaizen Shumpert; (1) brother: Stewart (Virginia) Shumpert of Nettleton, MS; (2) sisters: Helen Shumpert of Stone Mt., GA and Jerry Shumpert of Tupelo, MS and a host of nieces, nephews and many friends in the community. Carrell “Sue” Shumpert Enos’s love knew no bounds, and her presence will be sorely missed by all the lives she touched.

The lessons she taught us about love, compassion, and the importance of family will forever guide us through life’s journey.

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Visitation

Saturday, July 13, 2024
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Pine Grove M. B. Church

Dorsey, Ms

Funeral Service

Saturday, July 13, 2024
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Pine Grove M. B. Church

Dorsey, Ms.

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