Carrie was fun-loving with a great sense of humor; if there was fun going on she was involved, many times the instigator.But most of all Carrie was Nana, and she had no greater love then for the three little granddaughters down in Illinois, of which she made the distance much closer with the i Pad by Face-Timing them on a regular basis.

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Visitation: Friday for one hour before the funeral at the church. Carrie was a self-proclaimed trauma junky; the scanner was always on.

EMS was always a big part of her life, even long after an injury and physical limitations ended her career in EMS.

Bonita Bonni Buchmeier age 65 of Inver Grove Heights, passed away peacefully February 7, 2018 surrounded by her loving family after a short battle against cancer.

Bonni grew up on a farm just outside Red Lake Falls, MN.

Dual knee surgery in the 8th grade ended her gymnastics, and this physical limitation would prove to limit her life of physical activity; sports and career that she loved so well.

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.

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.

She kept busy with her 6 kids and was actively involved at the Cathedral Church.

After retiring in 2012, she and Val moved to the Twin Cities to be closer to their children and grandchildren.

Also surviving are her father, Dale Halos; a brother, Brian (and Mary Jo) Halos, all of Crookston, MN; her nephews and niece, Christian, Benjamin, and Kathryn Halos; and other relatives and friends.