Carol Gehrke

Obituary of Carol Ann Gehrke

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Carol Gehrke passed away peacefully at home, surrounded by all those who loved her. Carol was born on August 15, 1952 in Portland Oregon. Her parents were Dorothy and Reino Hamalainen. Carol is preceded in death by her loving husband Robert Gehrke, her father Reino Hamalainen, her mother Dorothy Hamalainen, and her brother David Hannah Hamalainen. Carol Gehrke is survived by her children Rob, Pete, William, Misty Gehrke and nine loving grandchildren. Carol was the most amazing mother, grandmother, sister, wife, that anyone could ever ask for. If you were lucky enough to be loved by her you were truly blessed. Carol devoted her life to taking care of other people and she truly had a heart of gold and a passion for teaching, guiding, and loving children. She will be truly missed by many, and hopefully she is walking along the beach in heaven with daddy. Please join us in celebrating the life of our dear Mother Carol Ann Gehrke. Mom passed away on Thursday May 26th surrounded by family. She was an amazing wife, mother and Grandmother and she will be missed greatly. Please join Robby, Peter, Misty and I along with our families July 16th at 2pm at the LaCamas Lake Lodge. We will have a brief service followed by some memories of mom and then Food & Refreshments. Look forward to seeing you all and hearing your memories. 227 NE Lake Rd, Camas, WA 98607
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Celebration of Life

2:00 pm
Saturday, July 16, 2022
Lacamas Lake Lodge
227 NW Lake Rd
Camas, Washington, United States
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Carol Gehrke

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Carol Gehrke

1952 - 2022

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