Caron Paulson's Funeral Arrangements
Visitation will be Monday, Sept. 20th from 4-8pm. Funeral will be Tuesday, Sept. 21st at 11am with a luncheon to follow. Both will be at Reeve Evangelical Free Church.
Reeve Evangelical Free Church
203 1-1/2 Street, CTH K
Clear Lake, WI 54005
I received a phone call this afternoon while at work letting me know about this. I am soooo very sorry. Your mom was a great person and will me missed greatly, by all her friends at Special Olympics as well as myself. She was a great friend to me.
I hope you, dad and Brianna are doing ok. Remember stress is hard on a baby, so don’t forget to take care of yourself. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help.
You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
We are so sorry for your lost. Please take care of yourself. Our prayers are with you.
Grandpa and Grandma Hanson.
I have not met you, but knew your mom well. She took classes from me and also was an excellent guest speaker in Stout classes. She even brought your sister to class one December, they were on their way to shop in Eau Claire. Your mom will be greatly missed.
Megan, Again I am so very sorry about your mother’s passing. May you know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. May God give you his utmost strength. God’s Blessings, Siri
Megan, your mom use to be my Speech teacher in Prairie Farm when I was younger. I finally got in contact with her in the past month. I was really shocked when my dad told me that she was killed in a accident. She was my favorite teacher in school. She will be missed and will still be loved by many. If u need anything or someone to talk to, please feel free to contact me on my yahoo or facebook.
To Mrs. Paulson’s family,
For the last 7 or so years Caron has taught my three boys, she was their speach teacher… She called them #1,#2,#3, referring to Andrew now 11, who had caron since he was 3 years old. Randal now 8, who she taught since he to was 3 years old, and her favorite #3 Bradley now 7, she also had him since he was 3 years old…..When ever Bradley went to school with the Bombablues, she would take him and swing him in her room until the feelings were calmer, He said when he heard the news about Mrs. Paulson, “Who is going to push me in the swing.” Our family feels such a great loss in your loss…She was a wonderful teacher, and she was my friend..I just want you’s to know how special she was to our family.. We are so truely sorry for your loss, we wish she was still here….She will be so missed.. She will always be remembered in this family,,,We love her very much….Again we are so sorry for the loss of your Mother (Megan and Brianna) and your Wife (Paul)………Words just don’t say enough, or explain enough, to what we feel for you’s……………………..
Brad, Melissa, Andrew, Randal,
Dear Megan and Dave, Words can not begin to tell you how shocked and saddened we are to hear of your mom’s accident. She was an incredible woman and touched lives wherever she went. I would not have survived Arrowhead without her. Just when the summer pressure seemed too much she would show up for family camp and encourage me on. We will never forget the impact she had on our family. Things like this take us back to Family Camp, DC Talk, Fireworks on the 4th of July, your wedding, etc., etc. We love you all and will see you Monday evening. I am so sorry that we are not meeting again under happy circumstances. We love you and will be praying for all of you.
Kevin, Vergene, Justin & Family, Jordan & Family, & Kevin & Family
To the Paulsons-
We were so shocked and saddened to hear of Caron’s passing. During our time in Turtle Lake we were fortunate to have Caron work with our son Daniel. She was such a wonderful teacher, friend and advocate for ALL children. Ironically, Caron friend-ed Dan on facebook within the last two weeks and was very interested in his new adventures at UWEC. She was so very proud and supportive—–especially when Dan posted he had done laundry! :-) We will miss her ability to laugh with everyone. This is a tremendous loss.
Our thoughts to you and your family, Megan!
Jim, Connie Dan and Joey Erickson