Caroline Lynch
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Caroline Lynch
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Caroline was born and raised on the family farm out in Northland. She is from a family of 9 girls and 6 boys, who all pitched in and helped. Once she started working outside of the house, she ended up meeting her husband Ed, who was from Gladstone. He had previously been in the Army before they got together. She went to work at the Venus Company on 3rd Avenue, and worked there for about 10 years. Later on, she cleaned at St. Anne’s Catholic Church for around 4-5 years. After having children, she became a homemaker, so she could be home with the children. When the children were young Caroline and Ed did a lot of camping with the family in their small camper. They would often travel to an area with a lake where they could go swimming. Later on, once the children grew up, they bought a camp out in Arnold where the family enjoyed coming to visit. Now the camp belongs to her son, who enjoys taking his nieces and nephews to visit too!
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Caroline was born and raised on the family farm out in Northland. She is from a family of 9 girls and 6 boys, who all pitched in and helped. Once she started working outside of the house, she ended up meeting her husband Ed, who was from Gladstone. He had previously been in the Army before they got together. She went to work at the Venus Company on 3rd Avenue, and worked there for about 10 years. Later on, she cleaned at St. Anne’s Catholic Church for around 4-5 years. After having children, she became a homemaker, so she could be home with the children. When the children were young Caroline and Ed did a lot of camping with the family in their small camper. They would often travel to an area with a lake where they could go swimming. Later on, once the children grew up, they bought a camp out in Arnold where the family enjoyed coming to visit. Now the camp belongs to her son, who enjoys taking his nieces and nephews to visit too!
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