Mason, Michigan.

Born November 21, 1946 in Lansing, Michigan daughter of Grant and Velma (Schneeberger) BeVier went to be with her Lord on Saturday, March 2, 2013 at age 66 following a short battle with cancer.

Carol was a loving mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, cousin, and friend who leaves behind two sons, James C. (Amy) McDaniels, Jr. and Kenneth E. McDaniels; three grandchildren, Eric McDaniels, Chera and Lindsey McDaniels; the love of her life, William Warren; two sisters, Joyce (Larry) Bosley and Glenda Sinz along with many nieces, nephews, other extended family members and many dear friends. Carol was preceded in death by her parents and four siblings, Richard BeVier, Charles BeVier, Shirley Buck, and Charlotte Bradley.

Carol had a passion for gardening which she acquired as a young girl helping her dad weed Gladiolas in the family’s flower garden. She was a graduate of Lansing Eastern High School and enjoyed working for the AFLCIO as secretary for the bulk of her career and worked as a cashier at Kroger thereafter. Carol was a member of the Red Hat Society and attended Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church.

Funeral services will be held at Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church, 7740 W. St. Joseph Hwy., Lansing on Thursday, March 7, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. with Pastors Norman Burger, Jr. and Joel Tullberg officiating. Interment will follow at Glendale Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the Estes-Leadley Greater Lansing Chapel, 325 W. Washtenaw St., Lansing on Wednesday from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. and again on Thursday at the church for one hour prior to the funeral. Memorial contributions, in loving memory of Carol, may be made to Eaton Community Palliative Care or Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church Christian Education Tuition Assistance.

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12 Messages to “Carol Louise Spagnuolo”

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    Joyce BeVier Bosley Says:

    My sister, Carol, was special in many ways.Carol, you had the ability to overcome so many obstacles and to move on. You were a loving mom, grandmother and sister! You never hesitated to do good for others if you could and that includes us. As I recall the years with you I think of a lot of wonderful memories. The many trips you made alone, and looked so forward to it, to be with us for a few days. The treats that everyone looked forward to and enjoyed. Most of all though, we knew you loved us and wanted to be with us and it meant a great deal. I think of all of our fun times that far outweigh the bad and feel very thankful. I am most thankful to know that you are with the Lord today. I must say, that I know you are in the best place now, but I miss you still. I keep thinking you will call me. One day we will be reunited in heaven. Love you sis!!! Thanks for the love and the memories. Joyce

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    Jennifer Bosley Bicknell Says:

    Dearest Aunt Carol,
    My life is full of memories of you, memories of laughter and love. Thank you for always being a part of my life and loving me the way you always did, in your own special way. Every milestone in my life, you were there. Thank you for loving my children, being proud of their accomplishments, and the joy you passed on into their lives. We will miss you. We will miss your cookies and your homemade trail mix and your treats brought from Michigan to Alabama as you made the journey to spend time with us and invest in our lives. But, most of all, we will just miss you completely, miss your light and joy and hugs and smile and all that was you. Our lives are all forever changed by you.
    I love you forever,

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