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October 7, 1937 – March 17, 2023
Carol Hugo, aged 85, passed away on March 17, 2023. Carol was born in Cincinnati, Ohio to Clarys and Helen Cone. Carol married Ronald Hugo of Cincinnati, Ohio on June 30, 1956.
Carol is survived by her children, Vicki Hill, Debby Alexander, Connie (Robert) Kratohvil, and James (Michelle) Hugo, her grandchildren, Adam (Emily) Fisher, Matthew (Britney) Hill, Erin (Tomi Lokvicic) Hill, Ashley (Chris) Beckemeyer, Brandy (Mike) Hirst, Elizabeth Hill, and Ross Jernigan. She also had 9 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by loving husband, Ronald Hugo, and her parents.
Carol was a great lover of books and a collector of many things. The greatest of her collections consisted of bears, giraffes, and jewelry. She was an elementary school librarian and enjoyed her position very much. She never forgot a family member’s birthday or anniversary. Carol and Ron were very active with the Shriners and wives clubs. They enjoyed the travel, the dances, and the social gatherings with family and friends.
Their lives will be celebrated in a private setting by family.
In memory of Ron and Carol Hugo’s lives, donations can be made to Shriner’s Hospital for Children https://donate.lovetotherescue.org/, The Parkinson’s Foundation https://www.parkinson.org/, or the American Cancer Society https://donate.cancer.org/.
“Carol was librarian at Houston Elementary where I was a teacher. She was a happy, positive person. She was always cheerful. I always enjoyed talking with Carol. I was also Jimmy Hugo’s second grade teacher. It was a blessing to know Carol.”
“Carol was librarian at Houston Elementary where I was a teacher. I always enjoyed talking with her. She was a happy, positive person and was always cheerful~!! I was Jimmy Hugo’s second grade teacher also. It was a blessing to know Carol~!!”
“Mom you taught me many things in life. One was how to be a good wife and mother. You were a wonderful mom. You always made great meals and made sure we had cute clothes to wear. We never wanted for anything, times weren’t extravagant, but things weren’t important. I always felt safe and loved. Thank you for teaching me the love of books. I shared that with my children. Your love of animals was inherited by each us. You’ve left such a legacy, I’m sure you had no idea. We are the people we are because of you and Dad. You did good!! I love you so very much and will be with you again some day.”
“Mothers and daughters have close, unique, and complex relationships. We had all of these, and more. You were the best Mom, and I will miss you always. Rest well now. You and Dad have our love ❤️ forever.”
“Meemaw you will be missed so much and by so many. Thank you for always being there for us and teaching me that being myself was always the best way and not worrying about what other people think. I know you and Papaw are together again. You both are watching over us now. I’m now reading all the books to Hunter that you read to my mom and that my mom read to us. Thank you for all the great memories, until we meet again just know that I love you.”
“Carol bought many Boyd’s bears and a few bracelets in the Country Store at Northgate Park. I loved seeing her come into the. store. She was always smiling and ready to chat. I will miss her.”