Michels & Lundquist Funeral Home
Carol is survived by her sister, Marie Cambria, two brothers, John and Anthony Chiorando and twenty one Neices and Nephews. Memorial Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday at the Funeral Home Chapel
Denise posted on 6/24/14
"She friggin' answered the phone!" Was Aunt Carol's typical response when I picked up the phone and said hello. I'll always miss that.
Then Logan would start fussing in the background, and she'd say, "Tell that kid I'm gonna come up there and kick him in the ass."
His standard response was, "Tell Cackle I'm gonna kick her ass." Then they'd both laugh. He was the only one who could have gotten away with calling her Cackle...or saying he'd kick her ass.
She always loved his spunk, I guess maybe she understood it.
Aunt Carol always came across as so strong and harsh, but underneath she had the biggest heart! She never forgot a birthday, and called and sent facebook cards for every single one. I'm going to miss having her 'frame' the pictures I post on facebook.
No matter what was going on in her life, she never stopped thinking and asking about everyone else, never forgot when someone was going through a hard time, and never failed to call and find out how everything was going. During one of my last phone calls with her when she was in hospice and horribly uncomfortable, the only thing she asked about was my husband who's been sick.
The world lost a truly caring person when Aunt Carol left us. I know she's happy now, no longer in pain, and in Heaven with Grandma, whose loss she never accepted. But I will miss her and think of her every day. I love you, Aunt Carol.
The Staff of Michels and Lundquist Funeral Home posted on 6/22/14
Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.
Mary Brandenburg posted on 6/23/14
I Love you and Miss You Aunt Carol!
Denise Pysarchuk posted on 6/23/14
I love you and miss you, Aunt Carol! You'll be in my heart forever!
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