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Carolyn Jean Andersen

Carolyn Jean Andersen

Carolyn J Andersen was born February 15th, 1946 in Hennepin County.  She married Raymond Batdorf when she was 19 years old. She was buried in Saint John the Baptist Cemetery in New Brighton.              

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03/19/14 12:50 PM #1    

Darlene M. Stimpson (McFeters)

Remembering Carol puts me all he way back to first grade,  when we first met.  There were a few of us in Brownies.  Our mothers be came friends and met once a month for years to play cards.  Carol was so full of joy and enjoyed life.  She loves animals and especially  her horses.  I know she was a good student and like being with her friends. 

03/08/19 01:52 PM #2    

James Nabozny

What a gal!!!! One of the nicest people. My former wife JANE Lund was by her side when her horse accident occurred. I was in Viet Nan.
It was a real shock to hear. Jane had a real hard time with it. They were best of friends, and rode horses almost everyday. Rest in peace Carol. James S Nabozny

09/13/19 02:14 PM #3    

Diane Goserud (Anderson)

Note regarding Carolyn from James S. Nabozny: At the time of Carolyn Anderson's death, I was in the jungle of eastern Thailand. My ex-wife and Carol had been riding horses together for a long while. Bette Jane Nabozny and Carol were very good friends for years. Jane lived at her parent's home while I was in SE Asia. I was in Vietman, Thailand, and other secret places in SE Asia. I received info from Jane's people that the accident happened and Jane was in a terrible way. I went though Red Cross, and found out my wife was in a bad mental state from the accident and death of Carolyn. My dad was good friend with Carolyn's dad and I got the rest of the story from my dad. Carolyn was thrown off the front of her horse, and plowed into the ground head first. She never had a chance. Died on the scene.She was a great gal. I could never get Jane to talk about it after I got home.
Lenny Lodding died in a bad way also.Two really rough tours in VietNam and came home to Cailfornia decorated and crashed his new motorcycle. Never knew what hit him. Lenny was a great warrior. Served well. Great guy and friend. I was in Viet Nam when he died also.
I was so sad that they both had to die so young. Most of the guy's I served with died. I was wounded, but made it.Jane was so traumatized by the whole thing that she refused to ever talk about it.That's about it. I think Kathy Merron-Lund, Jane's sister in law, knew a little about it to. Terrible thing
Carolyn's people were really tramatized too. It was a damn bad day. 

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