Carolyn Dominguez Casillas

Passed: October 27, 2023

Carolyn Dominguez Casillas

Passed: October 27, 2023


Carolyn Dominguez Casillas “Carrie” of Phoenix, Arizona passed away October 27, 2023 at the age of 64.

She was born April 1, 1959 in Phoenix, Arizona to the late Ramon P. Casillas and Dora A. Dominguez. She was also preceded in death by her brothers Ray and Paul Casillas, brother-in-law Scott Hill, and nephew Javin Casillas.

Carrie is survived by her son Yamel Casillas (Amanda), daughters Olivia Casillas and Alicia Micheli (John), and her sister Patricia Hill. She is also survived by her five grandchildren: Agustin, Johnny, Roselyn, Paul, and Emberly.

Carrie was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. She was born on April Fools Day as the youngest of four children, which helped make her a natural prankster. She graduated from Maryvale High School in 1977 and immediately entered the workforce. She eventually went on to have three children, and became a surrogate mother to many friends along the way. She was a die-hard Arizona Cardinals fan and loved watching the games with pizza, wings, and good friends. Carrie created many close friendships throughout her life and cherished every one of them. Carrie worked almost 20 years in Medical Office Administration and adored her work family.

Carrie loved family gatherings, cooking, romantic comedies, celebrating the holidays, and being creative with her decorations and her Halloween costumes. Most of all she loved her children and grandchildren and never hesitated to show her love and pride to the world.

A visitation will begin at 10AM and a memorial service at 11:00AM on Friday, November 10, 2023 at Thompson Funeral.

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3 responses to Carolyn Dominguez Casillas

  1. From My Family To Yours. You Have Our Deepest Sympathy For The Loss Of Your Momma, Alicia. God Bless All Of Your Family And Friends . Love You ❤️

  2. Carrie was not only beautiful and amazing but gracious, caring and loving. She was a great friend, a great listener and always had a shoulder to cry on. Although we supported different teams, that friendly rivalry and silly pre-season bets kept our friendship bonded. She was fierce about her family and friends, even when the mileage strained those relationships she always took the time to send messages to let you know she was thinking about you. She was a light to this dark world…I will miss her dearly.

  3. Carrie was kind, funny, and truly a wonderful person. It was a privilege to have worked with her and over the years, we became friends. She always talked about her family; kids/grandkids and I know how very much she loved you. I am so very sorry for your loss and sending condolences to your family.

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