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Carole Ann (Quattrocchi) Pope
January 26, 1942
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Carole Ann Pope, 81, of Indianapolis, passed away recently at her home after a 12-year battle with breast cancer, which she fought in true warrior fashion. She was born on January 26, 1942, in Indianapolis to the late Frank Paul and Rachel (Pettit) Quattrocchi.
Carole owned and operated the former Sisters’ Place, a renowned restaurant and staple of the near Indianapolis southside for more than 30 years. For a time, she also owned a local piano bar called The Mellow D Lounge. She was an avid Texas Hold ‘Em player and enjoyed her annual trips to Las Vegas. Carole loved Colts football, music, the sun and ice cream. She was a talented interior decorator with a gift for color coordination, and was also known for her green thumb.
She was a kind and generous soul who loved and cared for her family, employees and the many she included in her wide circle of friends.
Survivors include her children, Richard (Janet) Bryson, Shawn Bryson and Alicia Sunshine (Randy Hull) Beyers; siblings to whom she was affectionately known as “Sis,” James (Karen) Quattrocchi, Michael (Pat) Quattrocchi, Linda Dickson, Betty Adams, Garry (Karen) Quattrocchi and Steven Quattrocchi; grandchildren, Jennifer (Moises) Gonzalez, Amanda Bryson, Erica AnnMarie Bryson, and Clyde Aloysius Beyers; and great-grandson, Benjamin Gonzalez. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Roger Pope, and grandson, Joshua Willard.
A celebration of her life will be planned in the near future.