Chester Lee Carrico, Jr. was born November 24, 1962, in Merle, Oregon to Chester Lee and Nellie Jane Paul Carrico. He passed from this life December 9, 2014, at his home in Stilwell, Oklahoma, at the age of 52.
Chester moved from Oregon to Oklahoma in 1975 and made his home in Stilwell. He worked in the construction industry as an installer. He attended Honey Hill Holiness Church and was a member of the American Legion. Chester enjoyed fishing and visiting historical and military museums. He enjoyed nature and animals, including his two cats and two dogs, Buddy and Pugsley, who were his best friends. Chester was a unique person who was often quoted as saying, When it is too rough for everyone else, it is just right for me.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Chester and Nellie Carrico and one brother, Robert Robinson.
He leaves behind, his brothers and sisters, Jim Robinson, of Jay, OK, Sherley Wagner, of Maysville, OK, Jerry Robinson, of Fairland, OK, Mark Carrico, of Bend, OR and David Robinson, of Medford, OR, several nieces and nephews, and best friends, David and Becky Wilson and family, of Stilwell, and friend, Wade Harris, of Collinsville, MO.