Carolyn Sharp Beringer

Profile Updated: August 14, 2011
Carolyn Sharp
Residing In: W. Lafayette, IN USA
Spouse/Partner: Elmer
Occupation: Welcome Center Historic Prothestown - Gift shop
Children: Evelyn Kay/ borned 1961 Lives in Portland Or
Christina Gene/ Borned 1972 W. Lafayette
First More…Grandson borned Nov. 8, 2009 (Jay)
Yes! Attending Reunion

Moved to Sheboygan Ws in 1970 and back to Lafayette area in 1972. I have worked most of the time in customer services and office management. Now only part time at Historic Prothestown near Battle Ground In. It is a 1920 working farm and good place to visit and work. I work in a 1920 house that is now a gift house. part of my job is to welcome guest and tell abut the farm and you all know me I like to talk so I love my job.
Well since I last wrote alot has changed in my life
I became a Grandma finaly 20 months ago, and Jay has became the joy of my live. Ofcourse I don;t spoil him just love him I will send a picture of him later. Then in June of this year I lost my husband to cancer. It was a hard nine months since he decided to treatments and to donate his body to cancer resurse. But we got thought it one day at time. I at time I wounder if I would but of
course I made it. I was lucky Prophestown keep my job open for me and so now I working full time till the winter months then off work from Nov till April next spring.Don't know what keeps me going more the work or knowing Elmer last wish for me to do was make sure I spoiled Jay for him. They was really close since we lived with Crisssy and her husband all the time. But now I have my own place first time. But Crissy, Jammie and Jay lives right next door to me. So I have my own time and so do they. Well not more to change. Will get some pictures sent soon I just got a new computer and can now do more with it. was with out one for nine months and that sure seemed odd.

School Story:

1960 and before seems so long ago now that I think about it. Don't think I thought much about it just wanted to get though it and get married, now I know there are lots of things I miss. Friends, just seeing all the faces of class mates and teachers as you walked thought the halls of our great school Is some of the things I will never forget. Special friends, classes, and events. As we get older we all remember our past and what it was and what it may have been.