In Memory

Carol Sue Wing (Schreiber)

Schreiber, Carol Sue (Wing) died from Covid 19, November 29, 2020 in Willmar, MN. She is survived by husband of 50 years, Michael Schreiber and son, Leroy. Carol is also survived by brother Richard Wing, (Stephanie) and sister Cindy Hoyny, (John), many nieces and nephews. Carol was born in Minneapolis, August  1946 and graduated from Edina High School, 1964. Carol attended the Abbott Hospital School of Nursing graduating in 1967. Carol went on to work for Abbott Hosp. and HCMC. Any memorials may be directed to a local Animal Humane Society location. Private burial with a summer memorial is planned.

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01/04/21 08:59 AM #1    

Ginny Bayers (Herzog)

I remember Carol Wing. She was my wonderful friend in junior high school. I don't remember her at Edina in senior high, but perhaps she completed her studies there in a different way. I know her family was having some difficulties and she spent a lot of time at her uncle's house. I remember that picture of her in her nurse's uniform. She always wanted to be a nurse. Sounds like she made a wonderful career of her work. She was a great friend with whom I lost touch when she stopped going to school. I am so sorry to hear she passed away.  I remember many happy times with them. We had fun together and were typical "junior high kids" as I recall.  I remember spending nights at her house and going to her uncle's house and getting something for lunch first at the local convenience store.  She was a very nice girl who always had a desire to be a nurse.  By the sounds of it, she had a good, long marriage and I hope she was always happy.  She was a good friend, and we lost touch after she no longer attended school.  I don't remember anything else. 

 I certainly feel bad about her death from Covid and wonder if that was a direct result of her work as a nurse, caring for others. And her obituary mentions that if anyone wants to give a memorial in her honor to an animal rights group, that would be fitting.  I smiled because animal rights are paramount to me. 

Barbara Mortenson Ware

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