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July 26, 1956 – July 6, 2021

Carol Jean Fury-Fistman, age 64, of rural Howard Lake passed away on Tuesday, July 6, 2021 at her residence.

She was born on July 26, 1956 in Worthington, Minnesota the daughter of Gene & Ann (Schwab) Fury.

On June 30, 2001, Carol Jean Fury and Gerald L. Fistman were joined in marriage at The Oster Covenant Church.

Carol was the former Director of The Adult Training & Habilitation Center in Winsted.  She also was involved with EquipALife in Maple Plain.

Carol had a special place in her heart for people with developmental disabilities!   She enjoyed fishing and spending time at their lake cabin on Lake Mary.

Survived by her loving husband: Gerald L. “Jerry” Fistman; sisters and brothers: Patricia Kaiser, Celeste Pike, Dan (Mia) Fury, Julie (Clay) Rice, Katherine (Gib) Syverson and Tim (Tia) Fury; sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law: Shirley (Jim) Fasching, Dave (Joanne) Fistman, Sharon (Roger) Groth, Pat (Marlys) Fistman, Mary (Brian) Lofgren and DeLloyd Burau; other relatives and friends.

Preceded in death by her parents, father-in-law and mother-in-law Lawrence & Mardy Fistman, sisters-in-law Norma Fistman and Diane Burau.

 

6 Guestbook Entries

  1. Al and Dede

    Our thoughts and prayers to Jerry and family. We will miss our great neighbor at the lake.

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  2. Patricia Weibel

    My thoughts and prayers go out to Jerry and the family. Carol was my boss at one time. Then turned into a dear friend of mine. I will miss her very much.

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  3. Larry and Jeanette Hoof

    We are sorry to hear about the loss of Carol. Our Deepest Sympathy with special thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.

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  4. Jackye McAlister

    I worked with Carol at Equipalife as a board member for many years.
    She was a true advocate for people with disabilities. We helped many
    in need of medical equipment, our goal was never to say no.
    She will be missed by many. I spoke with her maybe a month ago…
    she asked that I keep her in my prayers. That was never a problem and I
    will continue. My deepest sympathy to Jerry and her family.
    Jackye McAlister

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  5. Susan J Fyock

    So sorry to hear about Carol. I smile when I hear her name. We knew each other in Junior high school. Our gym lockers were always next to each other…Fury; Fyock…and our birthdays were one day apart, hers July 26th, mine the 27th. We always had a bond! My sympathy to your family. Sounds like she made a great contribution to those who needed help!

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  6. Deb Decker

    I am so sad to hear of Carol’s passing. We worked and lived together many years ago. I will always be grateful for what she taught me about working with people with disabilities. She was a true advocate. She had the best smile. My sympathy.

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