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Hay, Carol L.
MADISON – Carol L. Hay, 65, Madison, Wis., left us all too quickly on Oct. 10, 2021, following problems from pancreatic most cancers.
She was born in 1956 in Mankato, Minn., daughter of Richard and Janet Hicklin, each deceased. She spent most of her childhood in Milwaukee, the place she graduated from Alexander Hamilton Excessive Faculty. Carol married Ron Hay, her real love and associate in lots of nice adventures, on Sept. 27, 1986. They just lately celebrated their 35th marriage ceremony anniversary, and collectively they constructed a joyful life sharing their deep dedication to serving to others.
Carol was a 1978 graduate of Beloit Faculty, the place she double majored in historical past and artwork historical past. She shared her information and love of the humanities as a volunteer docent at Madison Museum of Up to date Artwork, and as a quilting teacher at The Clearing, Ellison Bay, Wis. Carol’s quilts are true artworks, and she or he generously donated many to charitable causes. Carol additionally loved finding out household family tree, gardening, and having fun with the wonders of the pure world whereas touring, mountain climbing, biking and canoeing. She was a wonderful cook dinner.
Carol had the present of seeing what folks wanted and made the whole lot simpler. A pure chief, she utilized these items, and her ardour for studying and sharing, as a volunteer with Management Better Madison and Madison Literacy Council, and all through her profession in roles that emphasised customer support and the buyer expertise. She labored in management roles for Gimbels Midwest, H.C. Prange Firm, and spent 22 years in administration with American Lady.
Carol was extraordinarily grateful for the present of life she obtained from her kidney donor, Karl Roswall, and the connection she held pricey along with his spouse, Maria. She expressed her gratitude as a volunteer for UW Organ and Tissue Donation, the place she later accepted a place as group outreach specialist. Carol passionately served with nice kindness and dedication and touched hundreds of lives by means of her advocacy for organ, tissue and eye donation.
She is survived by her husband; sister, Sara Hicklin of Madison, Wis.; and brothers, Bruce Hicklin of West Allis, Wis., and Jeffrey Hicklin of Cottage Grove, Wis. (daughters, Amanda and Michelle, and their mom, Susan); and will probably be drastically missed by her cousin, Sue Dossey (Dr. James Dossey) of Coppell, Texas; and second cousin, Mary Allyn Arnold (husband, Chad, and youngsters, Adaline and Edison) of Coppell, Texas.
A celebration of life will probably be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, please make memorial donations in Carol’s identify to the National Kidney Foundation or Madison Group Basis-Ron & Carol Hay Household Fund.
Printed by Madison.com on Oct. 17, 2021.
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