Caroline was raised on a farm in Colorado. During World War II, her parents worked in the shipyards in Oakland, California. Her aunt and uncle stepped in to raise the three daughters on the farm, thus becoming a second set of parents. To help out at the farm, Caroline began driving a tractor at the age of 10, thereby learning early in life that women can do as well as men if given the opportunity
Caroline’s education started in a one room school house in Colorado with 10 students. After she married she completed her last year of college at the University of California at Berkeley with 30,000 students.
Caroline and her husband, Evan, made their home in California where they raised five daughters together; retaining the lessons she learned on the farm
These stories were written over the last 23 years as part of a creative woman’s writing group. Her story is a chronicle of the Great American Dream.