Carol Sue


Carol Sue (Miehls) Overhauser went to be with Jesus Christ, her Lord and Savior on July 6, 2020.

Carol was born Oct. 17, 1951 in Omak, Wash., the only daughter of Dick and Vera Lu Miehls. She grew up on South Ash Street where she had many happy memories and attended Omak public schools where she made many friends and graduated in 1970.

Carol attended Kinman Business College in Spokane and later worked in various doctors’ offices in medical records.

She married and later gave birth to her daughter Michelle and son Brian. While raising her two children in Spokane, Wash. she was very active in her church and loved spending time with friends and family.

Carol was preceded in death by her brother, Don; and her dad and mom. She is survived by her daughter, Michelle (Eric) Hagglund, of Spokane; her son, Brian Overhauser, of Bellingham, Wash.; brother Randy (Maggie) Miehls and niece Darcy Miehls of Lakewood, Wash.; and grandchildren Alex, Jainee, Elliot and Sawyer Weidemann and Sophie and Nolan Overhauser.

Many thanks to the professional and loving staff at Golden Care Community in Spokane for the care that they provided during Carol’s ill health.

A gathering to celebrate Carol’s life will be held later this summer in Omak.

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