Although I never had Carolyn as a teacher, she was a good neighbor and friend to my parents when they moved to Wetmore in 1992. She was loving and helpful to my Mom when Dad passed in '96. In the time that I knew her, she always had a positive attitude, a loving heart, a big smile for everyone, and the most interesting sense of humor. She will be missed..........
NO ONE could sing "Sweet Little Jesus Boy" like Carolyn! I have the most amazing memories of this most amazing woman. She was so kind to me, in ways that ended up shaping my life. And I never liked stuffed peppers until she made them for me. :-D I am so blessed to have known her. I rejoice in knowing we will see her again!
I was lucky enough to know Mrs. Shellenberger through Becky. I always found her to be a kind and gracious woman. She will certainly be missed.
My thoughts and prayers to Carolyn's family and loved ones. What a wonderful woman she was! I was fortunate enough to have her teach my children and spent a lot of time in her classroom. She was a loving, devoted teacher and I am thankful that she was part of our lives.
I was blessed to know Carolyn for most of my life, first as a teacher that all the kids loved! Years later, when she moved to Wetmore, our paths crossed again. We worshiped together,sang together, laughed together, and I was so honored to have her sing at my wedding. She taught me about the importance of music in worship, and I still think of her every time I use a hymnal in my quiet time with the Lord! She is now with her Father, and I know she is using her beautiful voice to praise Him!
We're proud to say we knew Carolyn. What a warm a caring person she was. A fine teacher and an even better human being.
She will be greatly missed by your family and friends. She was a great frined to my family. Especially my parents, Dorothy and Jerome Weigel. Our loss is heaven gain.
“The voice of the mother and grandmother is heard in the twittering of birds, the rippling of mighty waters and the sweet breathing of flowers…and will return with good rains, dancing…with her comes the strength to face the winds and walk the good road.”
~ Written by Gertrude a Dakota Sioux Indian
Keeping Carolyn's Family in thought and prayer ~ The Byers and Koleas Families
Carolyn was always a joy to be around. Her smile and laughter brighten all projects at the Wetmore Library and Community Center. The community has lost an awesome lady that walked closely with our Lord. She is now by His side.
I have missed my very special friend so very much. I feel blessed that we had the wonderful friendship that we had. Carolyn has been a genuine gift to me. She loved the Lord with all her heart and served him as long as she was able. It is a comfort to know that she is now resting in the arms of her Lord.
As a highschool classmate of Sam's I was always very welcome in Carolyn's home. She was very gracious and kind, and I thought she was beautiful. My thoughts are with you, the family. Jean
It was a privelage to have known Carolyn. She had an infectious smile and loved the Lord so much. Sympathy to the family.
Mrs. Shellenberger was my first grade reading and math teacher. I can still remember how patient she was with me when I was learning how to tell time. She was a great lady and a wonderful teacher! What a blessing she was!
Carolyn has been missed for some time now but I knew as she felt better and could make it down I'd see her she was an awesome lady there are no words that will make the hurt go away time heals but it take a lot of it.
Carolyn was a great lady. We enjoyed our friendship with her through the Methodist Church and her beautiful singing voice. She was a great asset to both Canon and Wetmore.
The Wetmore-Hardscrabble Genealogical & Historical Society extends their sympathy, prayers, and blessings to the family of Carolyn. She was a wonderful woman and friend and we will miss her. Rest in peace.
Margaret Stiles Storm,