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Carol Lee Husk

Published January 02,2024

Obituary's Biography:

Carol Lee Husk, age 72, a resident of Round Lake Beach, IL, passed away on December 24, 2023 at Advocate Condell Medical center in Libertyville, IL.  She was born on October 24, 1951 in Berlin, WI to Guido and Leona Arquilla.  Carol met her husband, Charles, when they were both Cub Scout leaders, and they later combined their families.  Together, they became a model foster parents in 1993.  They were foster parents to four children and adopted three. Carol was a strong, independent woman with a heart to help all who became friends.  She was always willing to help anyone she came in contact with and was always respectful to all people.  

Carol is survived by her husband, Charles, of 40 years whom she married on May 5, 1984 in Round Lake, IL; her children, Sean Gillette of Mundelein, IL, Brian Husk of Fox Lake, IL, Patrick Husk of Huntley, IL, Carrie Anton of Madison, WI, Bernard Husk of Round Lake Beach, IL, Dena Husk of Racine, WI, and Isaiah Thomas of Lowell, MA; and 19 grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her parents.

A memorial visitation will be held at Strang Funeral Chapel, 410 E. Belvidere Road, Grayslake, IL 60030 on Friday, January 19, 2024 from 5pm until 9pm.  Interment will be held privately.  For more information, please call (847)223-8122 or visit www.StrangFuneral.org.  

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2 replies on “Carol Lee Husk”

  1. Carol was my sister-in-law and I did not know her as we live in different states.
    My Mother was able to fly to Illinois and meet her. Mom had nothing but good things to say about her daughter-in-law.
    I always share the words from a Religious Singer, Jeremy Camp to those who’s loved ones suffered:

    There will be a day with no more tears, no more pain, and no more fears
    There will be a day when the burdens of this place, will be no more, we’ll see Jesus face to face
    But until that day, we’ll hold on to you always

    I know the journey seems so long
    You feel you’re walking on your own
    But there has never been a step
    Where you’ve walked out all alone

    We are so sorry for your loss Chuck. May God be with you and your family.

    Your sister Yvonne and Brother-In-Law Phil

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