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She also loved dogs, motorcycle rides, musicals, and reading.

As a young girl Carrie was very active; gymnastics, she played the baritone sax, manager of the wrestling team and was in FFA for the boys, just to name a few.

Also her mother-in-law Irene Buchmeier and brother-in-law Randy Buchmeier. prayer service on Friday, February 16, 2018 at Johnson Funeral Services in Red Lake Falls. She moved to Willmar in 2002 and worked for several years as a paramedic with Willmar Ambulance Service and as a First Responder for Lake Lillian.

Carrie was a free-spirited soul, passionate, compassionate, with strong convictions and beliefs and a limited ability to filter. Carrie is survived by her husband, Troy Gorans; her four children, Bailey (and Wes) Brooke of St.David was united in marriage to Donna Stainbrook, on January 2, 1987.The two of them lived in Kirkland, WA and then Champlin, MN before moving back to Crookston, MN in 1997.She is survived by her loving husband Val of 44 years; children Heidi (Brian) Veith, their children Haydn and Cole, Justin (Shonna) Buchmeier, their children Colin and Emma, Kyle (Paige) Buchmeier, their child Avery, Eric (Lindsay) Buchmeier, their children Adalyn and Logan, Rachel Buchmeier and Alisyn Buchmeier. Thursday, February 8, at Peterson Brothers Funeral Home in Willmar and will continue one hour prior to the service at the church on Friday. She grew up in Crookston, Minnesota and graduated from Crookston High School in 1985.Her mother Kathleen Amiot and siblings Debra (Rick) Schue, Curtis (Mary) Amiot, Ramona (Gary) Thibert and Kevin (Deb) Amiot. Carrie Jean Gorans was born February 19, 1967, in St. Carrie lived in several areas of the country and Canada while raising her four children: Bailey, Taylor, Austin, and Maddie.