Green Bay - Carole Laurent, 95, Green Bay, passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 9, 2021. The daughter of the late Henry and Christine (Boncher) Becker was born on August 9, 1925 in Green Bay.
Carole was a graduate of Green Bay West High School, Class of '43. On October 19, 1946, she was united in marriage to Robert Laurent at Annunciation Catholic Church. He preceded Carole in death on January 8, 1991. Carole was a lifelong member of Annunciation Parish, belonging to the Altar Society, Special Friends Club, Birthday Club, and her own personal group called simply "The Club". She volunteered at Annunciation School and was a member of the Mary Guild at St. Mary's hospital, where she also worked in the gift shop. Carole loved to knit, making an afghan for every member of her family to remember her by. She will be missed by all who knew her.
Carole is survived by her children, Richard (Susan) Laurent, David (Patricia Tieman) Laurent, Mary (Mike) Janus, Laurie (Tom) Laurent-Hyland; grandchildren, Leah (Pako) Laurent-Teresa, Matthew Janus, Jacqie Hyland; great granddaughter, Amaya Laurent-Teresa; as well as nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.
She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Robert Laurent; her parents; brothers, Robert (Toby) Becker, Richard (Elaine) Becker; sisters-in-law, Dorothy (Bernard) Steeno, Elaine (Robert) Van Beek.
Private family services will be held for Carole with a public Memorial Mass taking place at a later date. To send online condolences, please visit www.BlaneyFuneralHome.com
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The family would like to extend a special thank you to the staffs at Odd Fellows and Unity Hospice for their gentle, genuine, and compassionate care given to Carole, as well as to Connie at Woodside Oaks Apartments for always caring about Carole's well-being. The family wishes to also express special thanks and gratitude to Dennis and Rosemary Van Dalen for all their assistance over the years that helped Carole be able to stay at her home, as well as Kay McFall for her visits and for cutting mom's hair.