Carolyn A. Windom

carolyn windom

July 18, 1942 ~ February 13, 2023

Resided in: Hillsboro, North Dakota

Carolyn Windom was a loving mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend. She was born to Peter and Myrtle “Polly” Kube, raised on a farm outside of Barrett, MN and graduated from Barrett High School. She attended Interstate Business College in Fargo. She married and achieved her goal to be a mother, having four children. After moving to Galesburg, ND she enjoyed her career as bookkeeper at Galesburg Coop Elevator until retirement.

Carolyn was a devoted fan of Elvis, enjoyed traveling, stopping to try her luck at a casino whenever possible. She was a superb Scrabble player and enjoyed opportunities to “party” with family and friends. She enjoyed relaxing at home with her cats and computer.

She is preceded in death by parents, Peter and Myrtle “Polly” Kube. She is survived by children David (Jackie) Windom, Debra (Allen) Wood, Donna Windom and Douglas (Donna) Windom; grandchildren Sara Hyde, Nicholas Hyde, Emma Windom, Zachary Windom and Griffin Windom; sisters Judy Johnson and Susan (Christopher) Ray

many nieces, nephews and special friends.

A memorial service to honor her is scheduled for Friday, February 17, 2023 at 2pm at Wildeman-Boulger Funeral Home, 118 3rd St SE, Hillsboro, ND 58045.

In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to the Humane Society.


Celebration of Life: February 17, 2023 2:00 pm

Wildeman Boulger Funeral Home
118 3rd St SE
Hillsboro, ND 58045

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  1. I cannot express how much I will miss her. She was always there for me and my family. She went to the concerts, the 4-H events, the little family gatherings. No one can take her place.

  2. Enjoyed meeting her when she visited Allen and Deb. Loved hearing Deb talk about her Mom and seeing the love she had for her Mom.
    She will be missed by family but wonderful memories will sustain them
    As they find peace and comfort in knowing she is resting peacefully.

  3. Thoughts and prayers to the family during this time. Memories are treasures that all can hold on to over time as you remember the loss of a beloved family member. Thinking of you all. Love, Chris

  4. So very sorry to hear of Carolyn’s passing. We always had a lot of laughs with her and she always had a smile and time to visit. Blessed be her memory.

  5. After looking at the memory cd I am crying already. Duffers sisters were my sisters, her family my family and vice versa. Even when we couldnt be with each other in person we kept in contact on the phone and actually talked with each other. We had so so many good times together. At Flekkefest two years ago, my nephew, Tony Bollman, pulled a trailor to the Barrett Care Center and picked up Duffers “cadalac”. She rode with me so we could watch the Cowboys at Flekkefest. OMG, I am missing her so much. May God be with you all. Love to her family and friends!

  6. Very nice service. Yes we had a very special friendship and we did know just about everything about each other, always supported each other, Never judged, always just listened, whether it was good or bad. I would have been crying constantly so maybe it was good that I could not be there. Thank you for mentioning our friendship Deb. Now she can rest, no more pain!

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