In Memory

Carol Hering (Hogeland)

Carol Hering (Hogeland)

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07/24/15 01:08 PM #1    

Jane "Jill" Hunter (Burrill)

Carol was a gentle, kind classmate in Haddonfield Friends School. She might have been a polio survivor. She had a lovely family.

07/24/15 03:36 PM #2    

Vincent Summers

In my researches (looking for whatever became of Carol), I'm becoming ever more appreciative of her. I can't help but wonder why she seems to have left so soft a footprint before her demise.

07/29/15 05:36 PM #3    

Janet Haynes (Lehman)

I did not know that a Carol had died. We were friends in kindergarten at Friends school, and she was a quiet, sweet girl even then. I wish I knew more about her life, and I am sorry that she is gone.

08/18/15 08:59 AM #4    

Sonya Evers (Spivey)

I am deeply touched to learn of Carol's passing on.  Carol and I became friends in Junior High I suppose mainly through our love of drawing.  She really loved the Beatles and all through High School we'd spend many hours perfecting our drawings of them and critiquing each other.  Carol did have polio as a child and had to wear those clunky tie shoes with a lift. Her dream was to wear regular loafers like the rest of the girls but then she'd sprain her ankle and it was back to the tie on's.  She lived on a rural farm outside Elkins, West Virginia in the late 60's where she and Norman Hogeland were married in a small country church.  The last time I saw Carol she and I were visiting family in Haddonfield at Christmas in the mid 70's and I met her 6 year old daughter Katie.  Just as we had reconnected as old friends then, I was looking forward to seeing her at the reunion, I'm so sorry I won't be able to.

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