Obit: Hanneman, Carole H. (1926 - 2015)
Contact: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Hanneman, Heller, Olm, Schnelle
----Source: The Record - Review (Abbotsford, WI) 1/24/2015
Hanneman, Carole H. (Olm) (12 JUL 1926 - 12 JAN 2015)
Carole H. Hanneman, age 88, Salt Lake City, formerly of Stratford, died Jan. 12, 2015.
She was born July 12, 1926, in the town of Cleveland, the oldest child of Phillip and Mabel (Heller) Olm. She married Norman Hanneman in 1947. They were divorced in 1976.
She graduated from Stratford High School and Wood County Teachers Normal. She began her teaching in one room schools for 10 years, then in the Spencer and Marshfield Public School Systems. While teaching, she furthered her education by receiving her bachelor of education degree in 1961 from UW-Stevens Point, and later her master of science degree in elementary education from the same college. After completing her masters, she received further training in gifted education, and worked for the state of Wisconsin in the Stevens Point CESA 17 program, assisting and setting up gifted programs for children, and went on to set up a gifted program in Wautoma.
She moved to Utah in 1979 and taught in an ELP program for two years. She returned to the classroom at Meadow Lake Elementary in the Salt Lake City School System. After 46 years of education Ms. Hannemann retired. She then studied watercolor and enjoyed painting. She remained active with her home, gardening, family, flowers and art.
She is survived by her son, Gary, Salt Lake City, Utah.; her daughter, Geri Lyn, Phoenix, Ariz.; five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; a sister, Phyllis (Edward) Schnelle, Stratford; and a brother, Eugene Olm, Stratford.
She was predeceased by her son, Phillip; her parents; and a sister, LaRae Hanneman.
Memorial service was held Jan. 20 at McDougal Funeral Home, Taylorsville, Utah.
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