Caroll Hueller

November 29, 1934 - February 13, 2024
Traverse City, MI


Life Story / Obituary


Caroll A. Hueller (nee Lichty), age 89, of Traverse City, Michigan, passed away peacefully on February 13, 2024. She was born on November 29, 1934, in Traverse City, Michigan.

A loving wife and mother, Caroll will be deeply missed by her family and friends.

An artist foremost, she attended The Layton School of Art in the early years after graduating from Central High School in Traverse City. She married Rev. Marvin Charles Hueller in June of 1960. After the early loss of her husband she raised their 4 children on her own and taught English at St. Peters Lutheran School in Big Rapids. After proudly watching all four of her children graduate from college, she found joy in gardening, many forms of art, working at Home Elements/The Candle Factory, crossword puzzles, sitting with her beloved kitty Izzy, and being close to her sister and brother living nearby.

She was proceeded by her husband, Reverend Marvin Hueller, parents Ernest and Emma Lichty, and sister Emily Woods. She is survived by her brother Leon Lichty and sister-in-law and friend, Linda, brother-in-law Michael Woods, son, Martin (Angela Schnieder), daughters, Mary (Norm Dolbow) Martha (Chris Kitchen) and Marilyn (Michael Dudek) along with caretaker and good friend Amanda Corwin. We all loved and cherished her dearly and will miss her smile and loving heart every day of our lives.

A ceremony to celebrate Caroll's life will be held at St. Michael’s Lutheran Church at 1p February 20, 2024 located at 912 South Garfield Ave, Traverse City, MI 49586. The service will be a time for family and friends to come together and honor her memory followed by a luncheon immediately following. Private burial will be held at Oakwood Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests that contributions be made in her name to the Traverse City Area Commission on Aging (www.gtcountymi.gov/719/Donations-Contributions). These donations will support programs and services that enhance the lives of older adults in our community. Caroll made many friends throughout their visits and appreciated every one.

“I love you and pray that you will allow God to work in your lives as he did mine. Mom 1 4 3”

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