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Margo Juliana Carrancejie-Monperous MD

November 25, 1962 — September 26, 2023

Anderson

Margo Juliana Carrancejie-Monperous MD age 61, of Anderson, IN. Dr. Margo, as she liked to be addressed, was a beloved, and dear sister. She passed away on September 26, 2023 at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota. Margo was a brilliant force of nature. She was born on November 25, 1962 to the late Frank K Carrancejie and Gisela Kann-Michtavy in Manhattan New York at the Columbia Presbyterian Hospital.

She was a gifted student. Margo attended Cornell University at age 15 and a half where she excelled. At the age of 19, she attended Columbia University and eventually graduated as a general surgeon. She completed her residency at the Montefiore Medical Center in Family Practice in June of 1992 instead of surgery because she found her passion and focus on family practice as a specialty. She also practiced Emergency Medicine throughout different hospitals. Margo enjoyed the experience of helping to diagnose the most difficult patients and said that God guided and empowered her in finding some of the most challenging diagnoses of patients in her practice. She then followed doing her residency.

Dr. Margo opened a private practice in Anderson where she practiced family medicine. Over the years, she decided to switch from Insurance-based medicine to direct patient care and concierge medicine. She was passionate about her patients and this allowed her to spend more time with them. She also enjoyed Emergency Medicine that she practiced from different hospitals coast to coast.

Dr. Margo is survived by her adoring husband of 20 years, Reverend Serge J. Monperous; and her brothers, Zion Michtavy, Shlomo Michtavy and Frank K. Carrancejie, Jr. Margo will be deeply missed by her patients, her friends from near and far, and her devoted family. She is also survived by many cousins, and nieces and nephews with extended families as well.


Comments from family and friends :

Her brother, Frank Jr., says his sister was a flower of love and compassion. She was generous with her friends and her family, and her personality was amazingly beautiful.

Others share the name Marg like this:

M is for medicine/medical provider. Dr. Margo Carrancejie was a doctor we all would be blessed to have taking care of us at the hospital or a routine physical. Margo was one of the best doctors you could have. She was smart, intelligent, current to new treatment, did not give up easily, and specialized in finding the best treatment for difficult cases.
M is also for music, she loved to sing and one of her proudest memories was when she made it to “ the New York tabernacle choir.

M is also for messianic Jew. She loved her faith and studying more of the Jewish Jesus, she studied Hebrew. The last time I saw her, I was taking her home from her office, and I played one of her messianic CDs she gave me. We compared our favorite songs from the CDs like "The Lord’s Prayer" in Hebrew.

M is also for mother, a very sensitive subject. She wanted to be a mother so much. I was with her in Philadelphia seeing the specialist. When she called me and screamed she was pregnant, I screamed back and vowed to give her the biggest baby shower ever. She lost 2 children and her pain was unbearable and unspoken. But I believe she will meet her children in heaven. I can only imagine the smile on her face when she sees her children for the first time! Still, it didn’t stop her from mothering her brothers, the children ministry.

A is for adventure. She loved life, and she lived life to the fullest. She traveled around the world. She was fearless. She didn’t do anything halfway. She was a master at scuba diving and jet skiing. I remember vacationing with her in Miami and the weather was not good for jet skiing. No one dared to go in after she tried to persuade me and gave up. Margo was the only one jet skiing.

A is also for advocate. She asked the difficult questions no one else dared to ask. Her tenacity when questioning the doctors performing brain surgery on me is why I’m alive today. She spent the first 48 hours with me in ICU and wouldn’t leave my side.

R is for real. With Margo, what you saw was what you got. She was real with everyone, and she told the truth- to friends, family and her patients.

G is for giver. She gave her all - whether it was medical advice, celebrating your birthday with ice cream cake, or giving a gift.

O is for outstanding, outgoing and open to receive and be gracious.


And others share :

The first time I met Dr. Margo was during a very stressful time for her. However, she was in a good mood and had a big smile. She joked around and picked on everyone trying to keep the stress at bay for all of us. Even though the day was stressful, she made sure we had a little fun. She was a good friend with a good ear for listening as well as having your back if needed. She was very adventurous and a lot of fun to be around. She could make an adventure out of the smallest thing. She was very caring and would not give up until she could make your day better if bad, make you feel well if sick, or provide you with what you needed if lacking. She had so much love for everyone and gave it without expectations. Heaven received an awesome lady who will be missed tremendously.

Funeral services will be on Wednesday, October 4, 2023 at 6:30pm in Aaron-Ruben-Nelson Funeral Home, 11411 North Michigan Road, Zionsville, IN 46077. Click here to view the livestream.

A second funeral will be held on Saturday, October 7, at 4:30 pm at Park Place Church of God, 501 N. College Drive, Anderson, IN. The burial will be on October the 10 in New York.

Memorial contributions may be made to Holocaust Survivors Organization or the Haitian Ministries that Rev. Peter & Ruth Monperous were involved with.

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