Carolyn Everett Fiedorowicz, 83, formerly of Mapleton, died May 13, 2019; in Marinette, Wisconsin. She was born in Mapleton, the second oldest daughter of Jesse and Vivian Everett. Carolyn was raised on the Everett farm with her sister and brothers. She graduated in 1954 from Springville High School. Carolyn attended college at Utah State, Brigham Young University, and the University of Utah. Carolyn attained a Bachelor of Arts degree and High School Teacher’s Certificate from the University of Utah in 1961.

After college, Carolyn taught in West Jordan, and in Del Paso Heights (Sacramento), California, where she met George Fiedorowicz. She and George taught for one year in Sacramento and then headed east to Cherry Hill, New Jersey and taught one year there. Carolyn and George were married in Virginia in 1962 and then moved to Wisconsin, where George grew up. Carolyn taught at several Wisconsin high schools. Carolyn and George eventually settled on part of the Fiedorowicz homestead in Beaver, Wisconsin, in 1965 where they built a home and raised four children. Carolyn and George divorced in 1995.

After the children were older, Carolyn worked as a student aide, a vocational counselor at Goodwill Industries, and finally as a librarian at the University of Wisconsin — Marinette. Carolyn retired in 2004. Carolyn was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease and coped with lessening mobility throughout her remaining years with the assistance of various facilities in the Marinette area.

Carolyn was a voracious reader. She enjoyed golfing, travelling, playing cards with the Ladies Card Club, participating in church activities, reading scriptures, and watching movies, Jeopardy, and the news. Carolyn is survived by her children: Lee (Christine) Fiedorowicz, Ryan Fiedorowicz, Kyle (Sara) Fiedorowicz; and Brooke (David) Running. Carolyn is also survived by three grandsons and one granddaughter, her two brothers, Wynn and JD, and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, her sister (Lela Kaye), and her former husband.

Per Carolyn’s request, no public service or memorial will be held. Please send all condolences to Hansen-Onion-Martell Funeral Home’s website in Marinette, Wisconsin. Please direct donations to the Utah County/Mapleton Library in Carolyn’s name.