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Carol A Kuhnert

March 11, 1944 - March 21, 2022

A celebration of life will be scheduled for a later time.

Carol will be laid to rest next to her husband at Zion Lutheran Church Cemetery in the town of Seymour.

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Carol Ann Kuhnert, 78, formerly of Fall Creek, WI, and Eau Claire, WI, and most recently of Cloquet/Duluth, MN, passed away the morning of March 21st, 2022, at Chris Jensen Nursing Home with her daughter by her side.

Carol was born on March 11th 1944, in Eau Claire, WI, the daughter of Emery Ira and Grace Ella (Harms) Stanton. Carol graduated from Memorial High School (Eau Claire, WI) in 1962. She then started working in the Pharmacy at Luther Hospital at just $1.00 an hour. She continued to work at Luther Hospital/Mayo as a HUC (Health Unit Coordinator) until she retired in 2002. She married Ronald Kuhnert on December 1st, 1972, in Wabasha, MN. Carol and Ron renewed their wedding vows with the blessing the Lord on April 23rd, 2007, just days before his passing. Carol loved to travel. She fell in love with the beauty of Lake Superior from a young age, but even more so as she got older. She could easily sit there for hours. It is where she found her calm and peace. Carol adored her grand-furbabies. She loved to go for rides with her daughter and Homer (grand-dog). They had a very special bond. She also loved her grand-kitties, asking about them often.

Carol is survived by her daughter, Sally (Bob) Lockling; sister, Lois L’Heaureux of Crosby, TX; sister-in-law, Shirley (Donald) Ramsier; brother-in-laws, Harold “Peter” (Diana) Kuhnert, Donald “Sam” (Nancy) Kuhnert; and many nieces, nephews, other family/relatives and friends.

Carol was preceded in death by her husband; parents; mother-in-law and father-in-law, Edith “Ida” and Harold Kuhnert; brother-in-law, George L’Heaureux; sister-in-laws, Delores “Dee” Meyer and her husband Wayne Meyer, Charlotte “Char” Knitter and her husband James “Jim” Knitter; three nephews; many aunts, uncles and other family members and friends.

The family would like to express a heartfelt thank you to the Chris Jensen Nursing Home staff for taking such wonderful care of Carol during her time there and to St. Croix Hospice as well.

A celebration of life will be scheduled for a later time.

Carol will be laid to rest next to her husband at Zion Lutheran Church Cemetery in the town of Seymour.

If you wish to help with burial expenses, you may reach out to Carol’s daughter, Sally Lockling.

I love you mom. I will forever be your little carnation. -Sally