Obituary for Carol Anne Dengler (Hagel)
Dengler: Caroline Anne (Hagel)
The death of Carol Dengler, aged 73 years, of Watrous and formerly Young, SK occurred at Watrous District Health Complex on Wednesday, October 24, 2018. Carol was predeceased by her parents Mike and Alvina Hagel; brother Lorne Hagel; and grandson Colton Lietz. She is survived by her loving husband Melven; son Byron and family, Crystal, Derek, Jeremy, Ryan, Katie and Tyler from Young; daughter Susan (Bart) Lietz and their daughter Ashley from Cold Lake, AB; brother Peter (Jenn) Hagel; sister Jackie (Steve) Cates; nieces, nephews and extended family members. Carol was born to Alvina and Mike Hagel in Young, Saskatchewan on July 10, 1945. Some years later she became an older sister to Lorne. She also had the privilege to have her best friend Mary Lou Newman. They adored each other. After her mother Alvina passed, her father Mike eventually married Wilma, so Carol was also gifted with a loving step-sister Jackie and half-brother Peter. As a child she loved to go visit her uncle Harold’s farm. She was also in the Army for a brief period with her sister Mary Lou. They were also candy stripers at St. Paul’s Hospital. Later on in her life, she met Melven (papa) Dengler and fell deeply in love as he did with her. They married and started a family a few years later. They eventually settled in 1975 and built a farm from the ground up with the help of Carol’s father. They raised a beautiful family full of children and grandchildren. They had a beautiful life and made their living on the farm until 2009 when they retired and moved to Watrous. Carol had a lot of her own hobbies, passions and responsibilities on the farm. She and Melven, with the help of their family, had a large garden at the farm which they took care of and grew all of their own vegetables. They also raised cows, pigs and chickens, which helped sustain their families. Carol always made sure her family was taken care of. In her free time she loved to crochet and spend time with her grandchildren, which was her biggest passion. Along with watching and learning things about birds. She loved watching birds and knew the name of every bird she saw and if she didn’t she would find it in her book. Carol also kept a daily journal that she wrote in every day. She loved keeping a record of daily events. If you needed to know something she could find it in one of those journals. Carol was the most loving and selfless person. She had such a beautiful, caring soul. She was truly an Angel. She will be missed dearly by her large family and will be forever loved. When tomorrow starts without me, don’t think we’re far apart, for every time you think of me, I’m right there in your heart. A Private Family Service will take place on Saturday, October 27, 2018. Interment in Young Cemetery. For online condolences, tributes or to make a donation in her memory please visit www.fotheringham-mcdougall.com
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Nos plus sincères sympathies à la famille et aux amis de Carol Anne Dengler Hagel July 10 1945 –
October 24 2018..