Rev. McCarrell needs a kidney transplant. Transplants are lifesaving but very expensive. Therefore, he needs help from his family, friends, church, and community to make it happen. About 6 years ago Eugene was diagnosed with diabetes. Although his diabetes coupled with high blood pressure is well managed, these diseases have already damaged his kidneys.
Rev. Eugene spent a few of his childhood years growing up in Oklahoma City, OK. Then his parents relocated the family to Jones, OK where they began their love of farming – cows, pigs, chickens, gardening, harvesting, and canning. Eugene is no stranger to hard work. While growing up on the family’s small farm, he was a hard worker; and if needed, a helping hand was extended to his uncle for hauling hay. So many times, he would sneak to talk on the phone with his childhood sweetheart, now wife, while churning butter. During his adult years he married his childhood sweetheart, has been blessed with children and grandchildren, earned an undergraduate degree in Social Work and a Master degree in Marital and Family; accepted his calling into Ministry, served as Pastor of Union Baptist Church of Watonga, OK for 11 1/2 years and First Baptist Church of Chickasha, OK for 5 ½ years. He used all the skills, talents, and education given to him by God to help develop and encourage each parishioner. Also, you may know Rev Eugene from the OK VA Medical Center in Oklahoma City, OK where he works in the Audiology department or you may know him from Bethlehem Baptist Church where he plays piano and guitar for the Men’s Chorus, teaches and preaches as an Associate Minister.
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November 29, 2017
Hello Genie! I've called you that all your life. Prayers going up for you and your family. XOXO
Elfreda Taylor Fields
November 28, 2017
Be encouraged no matter what's going on he will make it alright but you've got to stay strong.
D. Gort Photography
November 27, 2017
Good morning Daddy Eugene words can't explain the love my family has for you, unconditional and no limit. As you tell me keep the faith and press forward. Love you The Benoit Family
Kawitton &Natalie Benoit
November 27, 2017
Hello cousin. We know that with God, all things are possible! Love you.
Allison (Stevens) Berry