Maria Earlita Docdocos Carmack was born on May 31, 1928 in the town of Sorsogon, Philippines to the late Gaudencio and Escolastica Jubulan Docdocos.
On December 29th, 2019 at the young age of 91years, after speaking to her children, and surrounded by loving family and friends her farewell was complete and
she quietly went to her home coming.
Maria was married to the late Everett J. Carmack and gave birth to eight beautiful children, Everett J. "Bro" Carmack Jr. (deceased), Earalita "Sissy" Gardener, Terestita Hamilton,
DelmarR. "Nardene" Carmack (deceased), James W. "Shank" Carmack (deceased), Sylvester"Betchy" Carmack, Lita Wingersahn, and Sara "Shelly" Carmack-Reynolds (Timothy).
She was the proud grandmother Michael Carmack, Maria "Darnelle" Gardener, Teresita Hamilton, Nikki Carmack, Dylan Carmack, Joseph Carmack, Erin Joi Carmack, Charles, Chloe,and Caleb Hickerson, Shaun, Lance, Andre, Maria Carmack; great-grandchildren Sharhonda B. Walden (Brandon), Isaiah Smiley, Michiko Hamilton, Regina Eberhart, Tewar Eberhart, Michia
Eberhart, Sarah Louise, Akaia Zion, Mandela, Izear, Harlem, Kyrie, Inaya: and she was also blessed to hold all of her great-grandchildren. "Praise God"
The interesting life of Maria (Letha) Carmack
Born in the town of Sorsogon, PI although she had siblings (sis) Pasansha (bro) Heronimo, (bro)Rolando and baby bro Josiah. Maria being much young and adventurous would wake-
up at 4 a.m. to go off to one of her father's stores (he owned a chain of bakeries) to observe and help. At a great aunts request Maria was to visit her favorite aunt who lived hundreds of
Unfortunately, Japan invaded the Philippines. When Maria went home accompanied by a family helper there was no town, no shops, but most importantly no family. Hearing everyone
went to the mountains, she decided to go too. Maria was 14 yrs old, but she was educated, not only from school. It was an unsure time but people kinda put Maria in charge since she
could speak English, Italian and many island dialects.
But talk about adventurous she would climb trees to watch dog fights, that's when a Japanese plane would try to shoot down American planes at Clark Air Force Base in the Philippines.
It's now been a few years for Maria from being served at dinning tables to digging up cans of salmon placed in holes in the ground, but the group sustained by doing American G.I. laundry
(Maria didn't wash a sock) she just wrote the info. Maria was one of the blessed ones. From threw know she met Mack and he promised her aunt that he would build her a house and he
built a beautiful house. God Bless us all
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