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Carrie Eleanora (Houghton) Golden – November 6, 2019

Tuesday, November 12th, 2019

Carrie Eleanora (Houghton) Golden

Carrie Eleanora Houghton Golden, 95 of Buntingville passed away on Wednesday, November 6., 2019 at her home. Carrie was born in Westwood on April 16, 1924 to Cyril and Eleanora Houghton. She graduated from Lassen High with the class of 1942. She was preceded in death by Jim Golden, her husband of 54 years, parents Cyril and Eleanora Houghton, a brother Alvin, her Uncle Sarge and Aunt Helen Becvar and a brother-in-law, John Foster.

She is survived by Ron and Pam Golden of Craig, Colorado, Jim & Kathy Fogleman of Grangeville, Idaho, her brother Cyril and Vi Houghton of Paradise, California, a sister, Lorraine Foster, of Bonsall, California, Dan & Donna Houghton of Chico, California, Fred & Verna Osborn of Greenville, California, 9 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren and 7 great, great grandchildren.

During her lifetime, Carrie delivered milk for her father’s dairy, was involved with the USO in Herlong during WWII, worked for the County Library System in Herlong and Susanville for many years, was a member of the Lassen County Historical Society and was also the Old Timer of the year in 2012, she was a docent at the museum for many birthday line with birthdays of friends and family every day (if she wasn’t on, people would wonder if she was ok). She was also a lifelong member of St. Paul’s where she taught the Sunday school class of the adult ‘challenged’ group.

The family requests that any donations be made in Carrie’s memory to St. Paul’s Lutheran Church. Services will be on Friday, November 22nd starting at 11:00a.m., with viewing from 10:00 – 11:00 at the St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Chapel. Burial will be at the Janesville cemetery. Reception to follow.


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