She kept busy with her 6 kids and was actively involved at the Cathedral Church.After retiring in 2012, she and Val moved to the Twin Cities to be closer to their children and grandchildren.Carrie was fun-loving with a great sense of humor; if there was fun going on she was involved, many times the instigator.
Bonita Bonni Buchmeier age 65 of Inver Grove Heights, passed away peacefully February 7, 2018 surrounded by her loving family after a short battle against cancer.
Bonni grew up on a farm just outside Red Lake Falls, MN.
They had three children together, Danielle, Dominique, and Douglas.
He was employed with the Minnesota Department of Transportation as the District 2 Maintenance supervisor and was a Crookston volunteer firefighter from 2000-2014. with a visitation one hour prior to service on Saturday, February 10, 2018.
Also her mother-in-law Irene Buchmeier and brother-in-law Randy Buchmeier. prayer service on Friday, February 16, 2018 at Johnson Funeral Services in Red Lake Falls. She moved to Willmar in 2002 and worked for several years as a paramedic with Willmar Ambulance Service and as a First Responder for Lake Lillian.
She is preceded in death by her father Donald Amiot, father-in-law Harold Buchmeier and brother-in-law Harold Junior Buchmeier. Funeral services will be held at am on Saturday, February 17, 2018 at Saint Josephs Catholic Church in Red Lake Falls with Father Bob Schreiner presiding. Memorials may be sent to Saint Josephs Catholic Church, 112 Edward Ave NW, Red Lake Falls, MN 56750. **** Funeral: AM Friday, February 9, 2018, at Halstad Lutheran Church, Halstad, MN. Gorans, age 50, of Willmar, died on Sunday morning, February 4, at her home in rural Willmar. Shortly after moving to Willmar, she met Troy Gorans. In 2015, Carrie expanded her medical training at Rasmussen College in St. She was currently employed at the Centra Care Coburn Cancer Center in Sartell, where her passion for the medical field continued.
Visitation: Friday for one hour before the funeral at the church. Carrie was a self-proclaimed trauma junky; the scanner was always on.
EMS was always a big part of her life, even long after an injury and physical limitations ended her career in EMS.
Dual knee surgery in the 8th grade ended her gymnastics, and this physical limitation would prove to limit her life of physical activity; sports and career that she loved so well.
Carrie was a free-spirited soul, passionate, compassionate, with strong convictions and beliefs and a limited ability to filter. Carrie is survived by her husband, Troy Gorans; her four children, Bailey (and Wes) Brooke of St.
Volunteering in the EMS tent at the Sonshine Festival was a must; for years she made it a family event; and as a music lover, it was her favorite type of music.