Carl Doherty Obituary, Death – Carol Doherty, who had formerly lived in Janesville, Wisconsin, has recently gone away and is now resting peacefully in the arms of her Lord. Carol Henry was brought into the world on January 21 by her parents, Albert Henry and Violet (Neal) Henry, who lived in Janesville, Wisconsin at the time of her birth. Joseph Doherty was in attendance at the wedding that took place on May 20th, 1973 in Janesville. Joseph passed away in the month of September 2007, after a long battle with cancer.
Prior to that, Carol had worked for both Parker Pen and Green Giant in a variety of capacities. After she reached retirement age, she started a new career as a dog sitter. She worked at Camp Joy in Whitewater, where the youngsters there referred to her as “Aunt Carol,” and they called her that. It was a position that not only gave her the opportunity to assist other campers but also gave her the opportunity to serve the Lord, both of which caused her a great deal of happiness.
Carol enjoyed putting together puzzles and watching college football as two of her favorite ways to pass the time. Her resilience came from the unshakeable faith she had in God and the unyielding dedication she had to doing what she could to serve him. Carol made it a habit to start her day by devoting some time to reading the Bible. She is survived by her siblings, Melody Westby (John) of Minnesota, Lester Henry (Linda) of Augusta, Wisconsin, and Chester Henry (Gail) of Evansville, Wisconsin; her nieces and nephews, Leah Osborne (Jeff) of Edgerton, Wisconsin, Sandra Henry and Samantha Henry, both of Augusta, Wisconsin; and her nephews, Shane Henry (Amanda) of Janesville, Wisconsin, and Craig Fryda (Jackie. Carol’s spouse, her parents, her nephew Jacob Henry, her brother Edwin Henry, and her sister in law Patricia Henry were among the people that passed away before Carol.