Carlas Yvette Stribling-Wilson

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A clerk at the Plank Road branch of B.R. Check Cashing, she died at 3 a.m. Sunday, May 15, 2011. She was 52 and a resident and native of Baton Rouge. Visiting at 3388 Hollywood St. on Thursday, May 19, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Memorial service at Antioch Baptist Church, 5247 Ford St., on Saturday, May 21, at 11 a.m., conducted by Bishop Gregory Cooper. Survived by her husband, Frederick Wilson; father, Allen Stribling Jr.; mother, Shirley Browden-Cage; three daughters, Christen Coates, Ciana Greenup and Fredrikah Wilson; son, Frederick Wilson Jr.; two sisters, Sharleen Browden, Baton Rouge, and Kimberly Ousley, Miluakee; two sisters-in-law, Iris Washington-Browden, Baton Rouge, and Tabitha Wilson, Alabama; brother, Allen Stribling III, Milwaukee; mother-in-law, Alvada Wilson, Alabama; three grandchildren, Tyrielle, Tyral and Tyrianna Coates; five nieces, Chaisty and Desirée, both of Baton Rouge, Chantelle, of California, Evette and Chevance, of Alabama; seven nephews, Terrell and Daniel, both of Baton Rouge, Monte, of California, Nasir, Allen IV and Nigel, all of Wisconsin, and Mikela, of Alabama; and a host of aunts, uncles, relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by a brother, Charles Gregory Browden; grandparents, Charlie and Minnie L. Browden, Thomas and Fanny Bady, and Henry Lee and Rose Lee Maxie; and three cousins, Rodney and Calvin Roberson, and Christopher Bell. She was a 1975 graduate of Baton Rouge High School and graduated from Southern University with a major in law enforcement. Arrangements by Carney-Mackey Funeral Home, 1576 Robin St., (225) 774-0390.
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