Carlyn Jean Cannon, 80 of Logansport, formerly of Kouts, passed away Wednesday, May 10, 2023. She was born January 22, 1943, in Valparaiso, IN to Melvin and Laura (Maul) Cannon. Carlyn graduated from Kouts High School. She made her career as a Medical Records Director with Lincolnshire Health Center in Merrillville. Carlyn was talented with crafts and enjoyed showcasing her talents through crocheting and knitting. She had a feisty personality and was strong-willed throughout all the obstacles life threw at her. Carlyn will be remembered as a wonderful mother who loved her family dearly.
Carlyn is survived by her son, Wayne Winkler of Kouts; daughter, Anna Winkler of Logansport; sisters: Kathleen Robertson and Sally (Joe) Spencer; brothers: Casey (Marilyn) Cannon and Harry (Robin) Cannon; 2 grandsons; 1 granddaughter; best friend, Wanda Abbott; and many cousins and extended family members. She was preceded in death by her parents; and her daughter, Wanda Winkler Witkowski.
A Celebration of Carlyn and her daughter, Wanda, will be at 11:00 AM on Saturday, May 13, 2023, at Mulberry Church, 207 S. Main Street, Kouts, IN 46347.


So sorry for your loss, -Ron George Witkowski 

Anna & Wayne, it saddens me to know that you lost your mom. But she fought a long battle. *May by knowing that others care ease the burden we all would like to share.* -Patricia Julian (Patti Castator) 

Nice lady, I met her when I worked at Logansport Hospital doing sleep studies. She new my family, we visited for a long time and we are friends on Facebook. Sorry to hear this, sweet lady. -Cheryl Caldwell 

Kathy, Casey ,Sally and Harry, I am so sorry you guys lost your sister. She was a great lady. I have my daughter from out of town here to have a Mothers Day cookout on Saturday. Otherwise I would have come to her celebration of life. Wish we were all closer! Praying for Carlyn. -Marian Maul Munro 

So sorry for your loss. She was a great lady. She loved her family and talked about them lots. She will be watching over them from above. -Kathy Edwards 

My sympathies to the family of these sweet ladies! -Jane Witkowski 

We just by chance saw Carolyn’s obituary. We are so sad to hear of your loss. She was always a fun person who we thought of highly. Always loved her personality growing up- she always was willing to share her perspective. We are sure she will be greatly missed. -Tom and Rosemary Mroz 

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