Carrol Woxland

carrol woxland

Carrol Telford Woxland died on November 21, 2014 at Sanford Hospital in Fargo, ND.

Carrol was born on January 30, 1924 in Rushford, MN to Peter and Sarah Woxland.  Carrol served in the. U.S. Navy during World War II.He married Jacqueline Schwenn on April 23, 1948 at Guardian Angels Catholic Church in Hastings, MN. He worked for American Telephone and Telegraph for 43 years. He served as AT &T Operations Manager in Fargo from 1964 until his retirement in 1983. Carrol was an avid golfer and enjoyed his time on the links at both Edgewood Golf Course and the Fargo Country Club. He was active in Kiwanis and Telephone Pioneers of America. His hobbies included stamp collecting and model railroading. He enjoyed candy making at the holidays and his children loved receiving his "care packages."

He is survived by his children: Peter Woxland (Marsha) Las Vegas, NV, Barbara Bundy (Jack) Temecula, CA, John Woxland (Tami) Mayville, ND, Peggy Malmberg (John) Kenosha, WI, Ann Koch (Blair) Glencoe, IL; nine grandchildren, three step grandchildren, three great grandchildren, four step great grandchildren; two brothers: Fran Woxland, Hastings, MN, Robert Woxland, Hastings, Mn, and one sister: Doris Corfman, San Jose, CA. He is preceded in death by his wife, Jackie, an infant child, Paul, and his brother, Maurice Woxland, Hastings, MN.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Rosewood on Broadway. The family is grateful for the care he received at Rosewood.

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  1. Osage MN
    Pete: I was so sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing. Seems no matter what the age or health status, it’s very hard to lose a Dad. I knew your Dad when he worked at AT&T lin the mid 70’s, he was a very nice man. I wish you strength and peace at this most difficult time. A friend from the class of 1968…Dee Dee Doyle (Olson).

  2. Osage MN
    Pete and family: Just a note to say I was sorry to hear about your Dad’s passing. I knew him when he worked for AT&T back in the mid 70’s. Very nice man. I would like to wish you strength at this difficult time, no matter what the age or health issues, still very hard to lose your Dad. God Bless!

    Dee Dee (Doyle) Olson
    Friend from the Class of 1968.

    “HAPPY TRAILS” CARROLL. This man was the “best” Manager at A T & T I worked with. and there were quite a few.

  4. Fargo N. Dak.What a gentleman….it was a pleasure serving you and caring for you during your stay at Rosewood. You will be deeply missed. Blessings to your family and God bless the memory of Mr. Carrol Woxland.

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