Carol Ann McLaughlin, 70, Fifield, Town of Flambeau

Carol Ann McLaughlin, 70, Fifield, Town of Flambeau, died at her home on Sunday, February 23, 2013,  while under the care of her family and Flambeau Home Health and Hospice.  She was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on July 14, 1943.  She was married to Ronald McLaughlin in Cleveland, Ohio, on October 5, 1991.She managed insurance offices for the G.B. Gascoigne Company in Cleveland until the time of her retirement in 1992.  After her retirement she and Ronald moved to their home in the town of Flambeau.  She was a member of St. Anthony catholic Church of Park Falls where she served as a Reader.  She was very active in community affairs, working in the Czech Festival, serving as Chairman of the Price County Fair Board, as Supervisor of the Town of Flambeau, and currently as a member of the Price County Board of Supervisors where at this time she was serving as Vice Chairman.  In her free time she enjoyed knitting, spinning, was an accomplished, published artist specializing in painting birds, enjoyed baking and gardening, and was an avid reader.     She is survived by her husband, Ronald; by one step-daughter, Peggy McLaughlin, Hamilton, MT; by one step-son, Ronald Terry McLaughlin, Hollywood, FL; by two grandchildren, Kassandra Corsi and Vincent J. Corsi; by one brother, Harry (carol) Staple, Cleveland, Ohio; and by one niece, Jackie Staple, Cleveland, Ohio.
     Funeral services will be held at 11:00 A.M. on Wednesday, February 26, at St. Anthony Catholic Church in Park Falls with Father Shaji Pazhukkaihara officiating.  Friends may call at the Heindl Funeral Home in Phillips on Tuesday, February 25, after 5:00 P.M., and at the church on Wednesday from 10:00 A.M. until the time of services.  A Parish Wake Service will be held at the funeral Home at 7:00 P.M. on Tuesday evening with Deacon Chet Ball officiating.  Interment will be in the Forest Home Cemetery in Fifield.
     The Heindl funeral Home in Phillips is assisting the family with funeral arrangements.

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