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Carol Orlandi

Carol M. Orlandi

Tuesday, November 13th, 1945 - Monday, December 2nd, 2019
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Carol Margaret Mary (Turner) Orlandi of Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin passed away on December 2nd, 2019 at the age of 74, after fighting a seven month battle with pancreatic cancer. Carol was born in St. Louis, Missouri on November 13th, 1945. The daughter of Carol Studt and Restore Tuner (who attended Lawrenceville School). She was married to Victor Orlandi for 41 years. She is survived by her two daughters Linda Orlandi and Maria (Bryan) Neumann. She has three grandchildren: Tyler Orlandi-Foley, Rebecca Neumann, and Elijah Neumann. Her siblings are Kathy (Bill) Perry, the late Mary Turner, and the late Lawrence Turner.
Carol was a graduate of Illinois Wesleyan University and earned her graduate degree in computers in education from Lesley University. As a young teacher Carol served in the 84th Division of the Army Reserves in Milwaukee. She taught English, German, and technology in the Milwaukee Public schools for 34 years. She taught at Burroughs Middle School, Custer High School (now known as the Milwaukee Campus for Trades, Technology, and Media), and Vincent High School where she was head of the English department. After retirement she taught CCD at St. Mary’s in Menomonee Falls where she and her husband were members for 40 years.
The memorial will be held at Schramka Funeral Home at 13220 West Capitol Drive in Brookfield, Wisconsin on Friday, December 13th. There will be a gathering from 5-7 pm and the service will be held at 7 pm. Her burial service will be on Saturday, December 14th at 10 am at Holy Cross Cemetery in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Friday, December 13th, 2019 | 5:00pm - 7:00pm
    When
    Friday, December 13th, 2019 5:00pm - 7:00pm
    Location
    Schramka Funeral Home
    Address
    13220 W Capitol Dr
    Brookfield, WI 53005
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  • Funeral Service

    Friday, December 13th, 2019 | 7:00pm
    When
    Friday, December 13th, 2019 7:00pm
    Location
    Schramka Funeral Home
    Address
    13220 W Capitol Dr
    Brookfield, WI 53005
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email

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Bill O'Connor

Posted at 11:22am
I will remember Carol as a fine, dedicated teacher who genuinely cared about her students. I admired her willingness to learn about computers in the 90s and to incorporate them into her lessons. I also found her love of and interest in different types of music to be fascinating. I'm glad I had the opportunity to work with her at Vincent High School.

Jen Holliman

Posted at 11:03am
Aunt Carol was so loving and selfless. She was taught very well by my Grandmother. I'm so glad to have come from a line of very strong women. She never forgot a birthday and didn't just send a card, but would send flowers, wine baskets and chocolates! Every year at Christmas, we got a package of small gifts and an advent calendar. I will miss these traditions...not so much for the gifts, but for the kind thoughts that were behind these grand gestures of kindness. She even sent flowers to my daughter when she had surgery last year. I am so grateful to have had Aunt Carol in my life and that she lived for 74 wonderful years and 40 plus of those with a man who loved her through sickness and in health through her very final days. What a beautiful show of love I saw when I visited last month.
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Kathy

Posted at 04:13pm
Carol, I want to thank you for the pleasant way you welcomed me into your family. Now remembering the times we had as we talked about the Lord Jesus Christ and our mutual love for Him. You will always be to me a precious memory, full of love, with a welcoming smile. Our trip with you and Victor, Kathy and myself made through the Salt River Canyon when you visited AZ always stands out when I think of good time.
 
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Kathy Posted at 04:16pm

This was posted by Pastor William Perry.
 
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Kathy Posted at 04:16pm

This was posted by Pastor William Perry.
 
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Kathy Posted at 04:16pm

This was posted by Pastor William Perry.
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Kathy

Posted at 04:08pm
Memories, Memories, Memories... Remembering Carol: as a child, growing up, into adulthood, a truly a great and loving big sister! You will be forever in my mind and in my heart. I feel comfortable knowing that you are now with the Lord Jesus Whom you love so much. Carol, I look forward to seeing you again one day. Love forever, your sister, Kathy
 

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