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Caroline Beine

Caroline Beine, 74, passed away Tuesday, December 20, 2011 at the Northwood Deaconess Health Center. Funeral Services will be held Tuesday, December 27 at 10:30am at the Holms United Methodist Church. Visitation will be held Monday, December 26 from 5:00-7:00pm with a 7:00pm prayer service at the Bilden Funeral Home in Northwood.
Caroline Beck was born January 4, 1937 in Newburg Township to Lewis and Evelyn Beck. She attended grade school at the Newburg Township School #2 and graduated from Hatton High School. Throughout high school, she worked at the local café and grocery store.
Caroline married Henry Beine Jr. on December 28, 1962 at the Goose River Church in rural Hatton. She became a farmer's wife, mom, and manager of daily activities while Hank was busy with farming. When her sons got older, Caroline went to work at Ole and Lena's Lefse factory in Hatton. This was a job she really enjoyed. She also enjoyed gardening, visiting with family and friends, making crafts to sell at craft shows, and to give to her family and friends. She also enjoyed cooking and baking. She is quite famous around the area for her "world's best" lefse and old fashioned doughnuts.
In the later years, Caroline's most important jobs were making sure Hank got the "Honey-Do" lists done and bragging about her grandsons, Dalton and Andrew Beine.
She is survived by her sons: Daniel Beine (Karen Martzall) of Hatton, Dennis (Lisa) Beine of Napoleon; grandsons; Dalton and Andrew; Sisters: Evangeline Soderberg, Hazel Anderson, Gloria (Sherman) Thykeson; Brothers: Lester (Pearl) Beck, Carroll (Nancy) Beck.
Preceding Caroline in death were her parents: Lewis and Evelyn Beck; Brothers: Curtis Beck, Leroy Beck, Robert Beck, and Charlie Beck; Sisters: Bernice Heinrich, Ethel Kamphaugh

Clergy: Rev. Shari Fadley


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