Caroline Wiren

Tampa, Florida


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Caroline Wiren, who was married to Tampa Bay Storm player Nyle Wiren, died after giving birth to a healthy baby boy on Tuesday. She was 34. Wiren was in her fourth season as the head coach of the University of South Florida dance team, the SunDolls.

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Happy Birthday! Always young, beautiful, and loved. Miss you so much every day.

Caroline, I came to visit you last fall and sat with you for awhile. You will always be missed! Love Always, MC

Dear Caroline, I never had the pleasure of meeting you. My husband and I used to live in Tampa and, you and I were pregnant at the same time. I will never forget that day when my husband called me to share the sad news of your premature passing. The mixed emotions I felt must have paled in comparison to to those of your loved ones. I gave birth to our daughter that June at the same hospital where you delivered Clay. I can still see the sorrow in many of the faces of the hospital staff. And...

What a wonderful mama you would have been for Clay! Happy Mothers'Day. Love you each and every day.

Thinking of you. Many beautiful memories of our time together with the Tampa Bay Storm.

You pop into my head at the strangest moments. I can't always place what it is that is reminding me of you but I can feel your presence. I think of you each time my son has a birthday - just 4 months before Clay's. I've no doubt that they would make great friends. Although I've not met him I think of you both often and am reminded to cherish every moment of this life.

Happy Birthday Caroline! We love you and miss you so very much. With all our love, Your family

Caroline was beautiful inside and out. She was one of the most special people that I had the chance to meet and work with. I hope one day her little child will feel her love through all of us. For she is now watching over everyone as our Guardian Angel. We love you Carloine, I just look up at the Heavens and you are there . God Bless.

I think about you often, Caroline. Those hot days on that football field and your sense if humor. I miss you and was lucky to know you during that time so many years ago.