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Carol A Mauch

01/24/1935 - 03/23/2020

Obituary for Carol A Mauch

Carol Ann Mauch, 85, of Fort Wayne died March 23, 2020 at Parkview Memorial Hospital Randallia, Fort Wayne, IN. Carol was born to the late John and Marie Mauch on January 24, 1935 in Chicago. She attended Central Catholic High School and received a bachelor of Arts Degree from Saint Francis and a Masters Degree from the Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Design. She taught junior and senior high school art in Germany for 15 years and served as Art and Humanities Coordinator for the Department of Defense Dependent Schools in Germany for 16 years. Since retiring in 1995 and returning to Fort Wayne, she was the Regional Program Director for Scholastics Art Awards Program, Education Director for Artlink Gallery, a member of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church. Carol is survived by Two Brothers, Don (Florence) Mauch and John (Connie) Mauch of Indianapolis, IN; Sister, Marlene (Dale) Scherman; 14 nieces and nephews, 22 grand nieces and nephews and 3 great grand nieces and nephews. Carol was preceded in death by her Brother, Gerald Mauch and his wife Barbara. DUE TO THE COVID-19 VIRUS PANDEMIC, FUNERAL MASS WILL BE POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE. To sign the online guest book, go to

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Carol was a good friend and neighbor for 18 years and we enjoyed many gatherings and lunches together. We shared trips to doctors -I took her for her cataract surgeries and she took me for mine! She reminded me of the fish fries and we enjoyed those together. She had so many talents that were shared by so many and will be sincerely missed by those of us in the Hamlets.
- jane ford
to carols family - what a shock to see this yesterday morning - hard to believe she is gone and i was suprised at no mention of how much she meant to the german choir and chriskringel mart. I will always remember carol as a hard worker and peace maker. i will miss her. tears are liquid love. hugs to all. sharon smith.
- sharon smith
Carol was a special friend, especially during our days at St. Francis. I will always treasure the picture she painted of my family cottage as well as the outdoor nativity scene that is the focal point of my Christmas dcor. Carol's friendship was a blessing and gift. Thank you Carol. May you rest in Peace. Leanette Coyne
- Leanette Coyne
This is Bob Vannatta. Not sure if this is the same John March whom I knew and worked with years ago. If it is, you have my deepest sympathy for your loss. If it isn't, I'm sorry. May she Rest In Peace.
- Bob Vannatta

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