Carol Jean Gustafson
GILBERT, Ariz. – Carol Jean Gustafson was born to Irvine and Janice Gustafson on November 6, 1956 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. In 1975, Carol met her long term partner Arthur Hurlbut, Jr. and before long after conference they moved to Casper, Wyoming. They later on married on January 8, 1978. They married at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Casper, Wyoming.
Carol and Art experienced their initially boy or girl, Jennifer Ann on September 2, 1982. Carol worked as a info processor at WyHy Federal Credit Union. Then on June 29, 1991 they experienced their next child, Benjamin Miles. Caol was a homemaker for numerous years, and then commenced an in dwelling daycare for a pair of a long time.
Carol went back again to college in 1997 and begun working for the United States Post Place of work in 1998. She labored complete time, and went to college entire time all whilst staying a single mother. She acquired her associates diploma in Laptop Science.
In 2009, Carol determined to transfer to Phoenix, Arizona to be closer to her daughter Jennifer and get absent from Casper’s wind! Carol held many jobs around the upcoming a number of years, from doing the job in Alaska at a person of the resorts, to the Stanley Lodge in Colorado, to remaining a vacation agent in Phoenix.
She also did a large amount of traveling just before truly settling down in Mesa, Arizona. Her previous position was at Viking cruises as a journey agent.
In March 2021 Carol was diagnosed with B mobile lymphoma. She experienced to make the tough selection to start remedy which consisted of chemotherapy, then radiation and then a lot more chemotherapy. She finally made the decision her overall body experienced had plenty of. Her kids introduced her residence and two times later she handed away peacefully on March 19, 2021.
Carol liked everyday living and loved traveling. She never ever fearful about the “what ifs” that the world could deliver she just centered on the current right here and now. She constantly believed in her suggestions no matter the value. She had a sturdy faith in the Lord that she handed down to her small children and grandchildren. She realized wherever she was going and was at peace with it. She experienced no regrets. She will be enormously missed!
Released by Casper Star-Tribune on Apr. 4, 2021.