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1940 Caroline 2020

Caroline Corbett

April 10, 1940 — May 18, 2020

Fridley

In loving memory of Caroline Johanna Corbett April 10, 1940 – May 18, 2020. Caroline passed away peacefully in her sleep at the age of 80, her wishes were to be cremated. The family is planning a private gathering, due to Covid 19. A celebration of life is to be determined at a later date. She is proceeded in death by her husband Robert Corbett, parents Wayne (Bud) and Amy Larson Tony, Step Father John Tony, and Lee Olson, the father of her four children. She is survived by her two sisters, Judy (Vern) Nielsen, Pam (Grant) Clark, her four children Terri (Edward) Lancello, Shelley (John) Calloway, Tami (Arnold) Aspenson and Scott Olson. Her Grandchildren, Dylan (Jessica) Lancello, Ashley (Scott) Johnson, Luke Aspenson, Jake Aspenson, Courtney (Joseph) Daniels, Emily Olson, Brittany Calloway and her three Great Grandchildren Ryal and Abigail Lancello and Peyton Johnson. Many sister and brother-in-laws, nieces, nephews, cousins, step children and their extended families, valued friends and neighbors. Caroline grew up in Luck Wisconsin, and attended Luck High School. She married Lee Olson and moved to the twin cities, eventually ending up in Fridley. They raised their kids in Fridley. She worked for Pillsbury/General Mills for many years. She started out folding boxes and worked her way up to a Technician in Research and Development. She loved her job and fellow workers. She and her husband Bob then lived in Spring Lake Park Minnesota. She enjoyed spending time at their cabin on Clear Lake in Northern Minnesota. She valued her friendships, and enjoyed their time together. We will miss her unmistakable laugh, sense of humor and smile. She was non judgmental and compassionate. Her upbeat personality brought happiness! She had a gift of being a friend to everyone she met. Rest peacefully Sweet Caroline! We love you!

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