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Carol M.
Graham

Graham, Carol M.
Nee Mitter Born to Eternal Life on Sat. Nov 13, 2010 age 73yrs. Beloved wife of James A. Graham. Sister of Arthur Mary Mitter, Janice Mitter, and the late Victor J. Mitter. Survived by sister-in-law Rena Graham, nieces, nephews other relatives and friends.
Visitation Wed 1-4 pm @ WISCONSIN MEMORIAL CHAPEL OF THE CHIMES 132nd and Capitol with funeral services following at 4pm. Private Entombment at Wisconsin Memorial Park Cemetery.
Carol was retired Director of Public Health Nursing for the City of Milwaukee and currently is president of the City of Milwaukee Retiree Association, Chapter 48 AFSCME and a board member of Alverno College Alumni Association. Carol received numerous awards, including awards from American Public Health Association-Public Health Nursing Services, Wisconsin Public Health Association, Marquette College of Nursing and the Wisconsin Nursing Association. As a public health advocate, Carol developed many programs and standards for public health across the state and the nation.
If so desired memorials to the Wisconsin Public Health Association are greatly appreciated.

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Past Comments

virginia wagner

I was so sorry to miss the wake and service. I served on the Alverno College Alumnae Board with Carol. Working with her on the Board was my first experience of Carol. I admired her quiet strength and insight. She will be greatly missed. My sympathy to her family and friends.

Janet lewellyn

Carol will be greatly missed. This news saddens my day. Only a few weeks ago she announced my retirement on her extensive network. We became close friends during the first community health assessment conducted in Shawano County and remained close throughout the years. She and Jim were part of WPHA for so long I cannot recall a time without them. Public Helath in Wisconsin has lost a great leader. My condolenses to her family and many friends.

Steve Gradus

Carol was a giant for public health and affected so many people in a positive way. Her life was devoted to the well being of others. She will truly be missed. I worked with Carol for many years and learned a lot from her. My prayers are with her family. Steve Gradus

Gil & Eileen Kania

.we are saddened by the lose of Carol…We knew Carol since she was the President of the Retired City workers, and a regular of the walkers at Southridge Mall..We saw her daily and she’ll be missed by all of her friends of the Retirees
and at the Mall.

Stephen Percy

We at the UWM School of Public Health will greatly miss Carol Graham while, at the same time, we recognize the many contributions Carol made to promoting public health in our community. Our School will seek to carry on the commitment to expanding public health in Milwaukee.

Our condolences to all family members.

Kerry Leist

Dear Carol,
You will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved you! Thank you for your contributions to the City of Milwaukee and the AFSCME group you diligently served. Your valiant efforts through the years as a public health advocate will be carried on, in part, by the many inspired by your keen, proactive mind, sprite red-headed ways and tireless, giving spirit. Even during these last months of illness you continued to lead and serve. Your work will be carried on. With high regards for you & prayers for your family for a peace that surpasses all understanding,

Kerry Leist, National Benefit Consultants, Inc.

Sarah Beversdorf

My condolences to Carol’s family and friends. Carol’s advocacy and passion for all things public health will be greatly missed. This is a sad day, and a loss for public health in Wisconsin. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

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