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Carolyn Jean McCormick

April 18, 1974 – June 20, 2021


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Carolyn Jean McCormick was born in Brookfield, Wisconsin on April 18th 1974 To Paul and Patricia Gutsch.  Carolyn graduated from University of Wisconsin – LaCrosse in 1996.  After college She decided to move to Arizona.   She then had a successful Career in banking.

Carolyn loved to travel and go to concerts.  When family and friends would come over to her house to swim in her pool she would make the best Margaritas!  She will always be known as a loving mother and a wonderful fiance.  She will always be remembered as kind, smart and beautiful woman who loved to spread joy and happiness into each and everyone she knew.  Carolyn will be truly missed.

She is survived by her fiance Cole Nelson, her loving daughter Anna Nelson, father Paul Gutsch and sister Dorie (Andy), two neices Clara and Leah: and her dear friend Molly Nelson, along with many extended family and friends.

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  1. Holly Carlson says:

    Rest in peace Carolyn.

  2. Kristin Eisenberg says:

    Carol was sharp, confident, and genuinely beautiful soul. I think of her smiling at her daughter, holding close what she cherished most – being a mom. Rest well my friend, knowing your love and spirit carry on.

  3. Kathy Simmons says:

    Carol was one of the first friends I met when I moved to Arizona in 1997. Chicago and Milwaukee got along great. We’ve had so many adventures together from camping to our love of seeing live bands together , Tubing the salt river to traveling and just hanging out and enjoying each other’s company. Watching our children grow together and celebrating that. Good old pickle juice for my kids swimming in her pool. Lol . It’s unbelievable that we have to part ways so soon. I will always remember your laugh and pure heart along with all of our shenanigans which we had plenty of! It’s been a great ride together in this life together and I will forever miss you! So many people thought we were sisters. We sure were sisters in heart. Until we meet again I will always love and miss you dearly. See you later my favorite friend! I can’t wait until we reunite again. I will miss you dearly until then!

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Carolyn Jean McCormick

April 18, 1974 – June 20, 2021


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Carolyn Jean McCormick was born in Brookfield, Wisconsin on April 18th 1974 To Paul and Patricia Gutsch.  Carolyn graduated from University of Wisconsin – LaCrosse in 1996.  After college She decided to move to Arizona.   She then had a successful Career in banking.

Carolyn loved to travel and go to concerts.  When family and friends would come over to her house to swim in her pool she would make the best Margaritas!  She will always be known as a loving mother and a wonderful fiance.  She will always be remembered as kind, smart and beautiful woman who loved to spread joy and happiness into each and everyone she knew.  Carolyn will be truly missed.

She is survived by her fiance Cole Nelson, her loving daughter Anna Nelson, father Paul Gutsch and sister Dorie (Andy), two neices Clara and Leah: and her dear friend Molly Nelson, along with many extended family and friends.

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3 responses to “Carolyn Jean McCormick”

  1. Holly Carlson says:

    Rest in peace Carolyn.

  2. Kristin Eisenberg says:

    Carol was sharp, confident, and genuinely beautiful soul. I think of her smiling at her daughter, holding close what she cherished most – being a mom. Rest well my friend, knowing your love and spirit carry on.

  3. Kathy Simmons says:

    Carol was one of the first friends I met when I moved to Arizona in 1997. Chicago and Milwaukee got along great. We’ve had so many adventures together from camping to our love of seeing live bands together , Tubing the salt river to traveling and just hanging out and enjoying each other’s company. Watching our children grow together and celebrating that. Good old pickle juice for my kids swimming in her pool. Lol . It’s unbelievable that we have to part ways so soon. I will always remember your laugh and pure heart along with all of our shenanigans which we had plenty of! It’s been a great ride together in this life together and I will forever miss you! So many people thought we were sisters. We sure were sisters in heart. Until we meet again I will always love and miss you dearly. See you later my favorite friend! I can’t wait until we reunite again. I will miss you dearly until then!

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