February 12, 2021 (age 82)

Obituary

Carole Kay Wood Wangsgard

27, 1938 november

February 12, 2021

Friday, February 12, 2021, our beloved and stunning Carole Kay Wood Wangsgard, passed using this life, finally without any real limitations, and discomfort. We will miss her more than can be done to state.

She was created in Ogden, Utah in the old Dee Hospital November 27, 1938, the initial youngster of her proud moms and dads, Sterling Ben Wood and Ruth Collard Wood.

Whenever Carole ended up being nine years old, she contracted a significant youth disease which is why there was clearly no cure—rheumatic temperature. Carole, togetthe woman with her mom’s constant bedside care, miraculously recovered; nonetheless, her heart ended up being completely damaged, and physicians shared with her parents to not expect her making it past her twenties. She had been never ever permitted to be involved in any athletic activities or do any work—instead that is strenuous she became an enthusiastic audience and stayed therefore to her death. She also began a novel club years that are several aided by the feamales in her community.

Her moms and dads left Huntsville for a right some time relocated to Salt Lake City where Carole attended Olympus senior high school, graduating after that in 1957. She then attended college at Dixie in St. George and from then on started college during the University of Utah. When her dad built a true house in Huntsville for the household, she moved back into be using them.

She married Kent Wangsgard on January 12, 1963. They came across while she was in fact working at one of the few initial fast-food places in the Valley, the Ski Inn. Kent’s grandfather told Kent, whom was assisting fix fences on a few of their nearby farm home, him to lunch at the new restaurant on the highway that he wanted to take. Louis knew full-well Carole was working there, a girl that is strikingly beautiful long black colored locks, and after their first conference, Kent had been smitten. Needless to state, they went here for meal for a daily basis following that first encounter. Carole and Kent have actually since celebrated their wedding that is 58th anniversary.

Kent joined up with the Army and ended up being stationed at Fort Dix, nj, and Carole became an Army spouse. It absolutely was during this time period that their very first kid came to be, a child kid with big blue eyes, Benjamin Robert ldsplanet.

After a helping when you look at the Army, Kent desired to come back to life that is civilian the few came ultimately back to Ogden where Carole finished her BA Degree during the University of Utah. They adopted their child that is second at time, being warned another maternity could be much too dangerous for Carole—a darling baby woman, Karlyn Kay, whom finished their loved ones.

Carole’s life happens to be undoubtedly amazing. She enjoyed traveling and it has been all around the global globe, regardless of physician’s requests advising her against it. She also defied the high altitudes (17,500 legs) during the base camp associated with the North Face of Mount Everest.

She’s taken through a few open-heart surgeries, one near deadly mind surgery, and countless tests and surgical procedure inside her life time without the problem or self-pity. (Kent recalls several times through the evening. which he had been told she wouldn’t normally allow it to be) Her brain tumefaction plus the surgery to eliminate it rendered her paralyzed on her remaining part, but she proceeded to accomplish lots of her very own cleaning, and cooking (this woman is a fantastic cook).

Carole had been type, generous, and adored everyone else. She never was and complained constantly prepared to assist anybody whenever you want.

Carole is survived by her committed, loving spouse, Kent; son, Ben along with his spouse, Laura; child, Karlyn along with her spouse, Stephen Mosier; eight grandchildren, whom all adore her and lovingly phone her “Grandma,” Morgan, Mistie, Sarah, Amanda, Samantha, Eli, Sammi, and Alyssa; and five great-grandchildren; her three siblings, Suzie (Max), Becky, Willow (Alan); and sister-in-law, Ruth (Kirk) whom all love her beyond measure; her small cousin Brett, whom adored her too, preceded her to heaven in 1994; three dedicated sisters-in-law, Lynn (Dick) Sadler, Jo (Al) Crane, and Ruth (Art) Nielsen; Aunt Betty Collard Glad of Salt Lake; and several Collard, Wood, Wangsgard cousins who’re all really unique loved ones.

Carole has nieces that are many nephews she enjoyed and supported in their life. She had been referred to as “My Bear Lake Grandma” by one niece because she enjoyed the great enjoyable of getting towards the Kent/Carole condo in Bear Lake. She also offers numerous friends that are lifelong next-door next-door neighbors that she really loves, way too many to list. Develop you realize who you really are and exactly how much Carole loved and appreciated her association with you.

We thank Jesus each day for Carole, our queenly, courageous spouse, mom, sis, friend whom fought so difficult as well as way too long to far outlive those dark predictions from her youth. She blessed our life each and every day along with her presence that is noble and are incredibly grateful that time and time once again she proved experts incorrect. We love and admire her a great deal.

The household want to thank the countless, numerous friends, family members, medical practioners and caregivers which have loved and helped Carole throughout her life.

Funeral solutions should be held on February 17, 2021 at 11 a.m. at Lindquist’s Ogden Mortuary, 3408 Washington Blvd wednesday. Buddies may see with household on Wednesday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. during the mortuary. Interment, Huntsville Cemetery.

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