Carol Jane (Haglund) Wolfe, age 94, passed away peacefully on Saturday, March 11, 2023, at New Dahn Rising Assisted Living.
Carol was born May 18, 1928, in Escanaba, the daughter of Carl and Viola (McInture) Haglund. She graduated from Gladstone Area High School in 1946. She lived briefly in Milwaukee and returned home to marry Joseph Wolfe in 1950. Together, they raised ten children. In later years she worked at Oja’s and Pine Haven Rest Homes. She loved her dog Elsie, camping, animals, playing pool, scratching off lotto tickets, and spending time with her family and friends. She loved being in the Legion and carrying the flag on the 4th of July. Her favorite pastime was playing cards and visiting with her family. She will be missed and cherished by her family and friends.
Carol is survived by daughters, Carla (Butch) Irving, Paula Terrien, Christa (Tony) Klarich, Sara (Brent) Belanger, Trina Brunette, Johanna (Jerry) Dehl, Rebecca (Randy) Deneau, and Greta (Will) Pouliot, sons Lance (Debbie) Wolfe and Joseph (Carol) Wolfe, grandchildren Amy (Eric) Anderson, Tammy (Tom) Wetthuhn, Andrea (Joe) Clark, Steve (Sarah) Sanville, Lacy Maulding, Luke (Kayla) Maulding, Amanda (Jesse) Zambon, Anna (Ricky) Garcia, Alex (Liz) Kofsky, Tess Kofsky, Brianna (Mike) Dombrowski, Brandon (Angie) Belanger, Andrew (Christine) Brunette, Victoria (Mitch Enerson) Brunette, Rebecca Dehl, Harrison Dehl, Rachel (Andy) Miron, Jenny (Dan) Hrushka, Raymond (Kim) Pare, Tamara (Earl) Lancour, Sam (Haley) Pouliot, David (Nicole) Wood, Katelyn Wood, Jessica Wood, Ryan Wood, Erin Wolfe, Jordan (Tyler) Winling, Janie (Troy) Rodman, Joey Wolfe, and Josh (Jamie) Fisher.
Carol is also survived by numerous great grandchildren, and 3 great great grandchildren to be born in the next 3 months. She is also survived by sister Lola (Al) Engel and numerous nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Joseph Wolfe, sons in law Steve Terrien and Gerry Brunette, and great grandchildren Devin Fisher and Harper Wolfe, and niece Nina Le Cuyer.
Family will receive friends on Saturday, March 18, 2023, from 12 noon to 2 PM at Grace Church in Gladstone. Services honoring Carol will begin at 2 PM with Pastor Tim Haugen officiating. A luncheon will follow in the church hall. For more information or to leave online condolences, please visit www.skradskifuneralhomes.com. The Skradski Family Funeral Homes of Delta County are assisting the Wolfe Family. IN lieu of flowers, memorial donations will be given to the Delta County Animal Shelter and Pregnancy Services of Delta County.
Sue - Gladstone, MI
So sorry for your loss. Always smiling
Debbie LaCrosse - Rapid River , Mi
Dear Trina and family. I am so very sorry for your losses. Sending thoughts, hugs and prayers being g sent your way.
Cathy and Pat Cretens - Cornell , Mi
Sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers for all that loved her. I hope your happy memories will get you through this difficult time.
Paul Kathy Dollhopf - GLadstone, MI
Our hearts go out to you
Gary & Becky Lehman - Escanaba, MI
Our condolences to Carol’s entire family! May she Rest in Peace!
Linda - Escanaba, Mi
Sorry to read this, I was a neighbor many years ago.thinking of all. Fly high
Sharon Harrison - Cornell, MI
Paula and family, we are so sorry to hear of your mom and brother in law’ passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you. Jack n Sherry Harrison and family.
John & Jan (Kidd) Dahn - Escanaba, MI
Dear Carla & Butch, and Family,
John & I are deeply sorry for your loss. May your Mother rest in eternal peace.
Kay Van Brocklin - Gladstone, MI
To Carols family…. are so sorry to hear of your Moms passing. We have known your Mom for many years and always enjoyed seeing her & visiting with her. We are still in Arizona at this time and will not be able to attend her funeral, but wanted you to know that we will be praying for you all.
Rod & Kay Van Brocklin
Johanna dehl - Waldo, wi
My mom was the best smear player ever. I had the opportunity to play With her one last time this past Christmas. While life with mother was a rollercoaster ride who wants to be on the Mary go round? I’ll miss her but not forget her or the things I learned . like all people of every shade are equal, dogs are a must and family, even though they’re difficult are worth it. I love you Carol Jane. JoJo