Caroline Faye Hamilton

Caroline Fay Hamilton, 82, passed away Wednesday, January 4, 2017 at Comforts of Home Senior Living in River Falls.

Caroline was born on July, 4, 1934. Her parents, Elmer and Minnie (Chapman), husband Delbert, and many other beloved family members Wayne, Richard, Wesley, Rose, Jim, June, Phil, Sue and Emily precede her in death.

Those close to Caroline have experienced the joy that her presence brought. A priority in her life was the visits and outings with family and friends that meant so much to her. Her commitment in relationships had a tremendous impact on not only her family but the community as well. Contributing time to church, the township, homemakers and 4H throughout her lifetime. This love and compassion will be carried on through the children she leaves behind: Robin Dusek, Bill Thomas, Brodan Hamilton and wife Mary, Brenda Hamilton, Brian Hamilton, Terri O’Neil and husband Chris; and through her grandchildren – Ryan, Adrienne, Justin, Lindsey, Jacob, Alyssa, Jada, Nathan, Nolan, Stacey, Tiffany, Collin and Conor; and great-grandchildren – Cameron, Emma, Olivia, Brooke, Cassi, Aubree and Ryssa.

In celebration of Caroline’s life, visitation will be held on Tuesday, January 10th from 4-7pm at Cashman-Hill Funeral Home, 225 S 3rd Street, River Falls.

A funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. at the River Falls United Methodist Church on Wednesday, January 11th. Visitation will be at 10-11a.m. with the service following. Interment will be in Greenwood Cemetery, River Falls.

In lieu of flowers please make a donation to any charity of your choice in Caroline’s memory.

Cashman-Hill Funeral Home & Cremation Service of River Falls, WI is assisting the family.

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