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“It has been a long time since I saw all of you. But, I just heard and I am sorry I was not there. I pray your family will be at peace. I know what...Read More »
1 of 8 | Posted by: Jason Henderson - Germantown, MD

“So sorry to learn of your loss of such a beautiful lady, wife, mom and friend.... my prayers are with you ”
2 of 8 | Posted by: Janet Mayer - Chippewa Falls, WI

“Keeping all of you in thought and prayer! Carrie and I attended course of study at St. Paul School of Theology. I had the joy of getting to know her...Read More »
3 of 8 | Posted by: Meg Erickson - Elmwood, WI

“So very sorry for your loss! Pastor Carrie will be missed by all who loved her!we met Pastor Carrie thru her Sister Pastor Cheri while Cherri served...Read More »
4 of 8 | Posted by: Patricia Heiser

“Burt and family, so sorry for your loss ”
5 of 8 | Posted by: Bea Boiteau - Jim Falls, WI

“Beautifully said, and so true. She was a awesome treasure to all ”
6 of 8 | Posted by: Sheila Sundlin - Jim Falls, WI

“I have very fond memories of Carrie from high school. She had a bubbly personality, always smiling and laughing. She was a very friendly classmate....Read More »
7 of 8 | Posted by: Mary Helm - Carthage, MO - Friend

“Burt and family, my deepest sympathies on the loss of Carrie. She was a blessing to all and will always be with you. She is now watching you all...Read More »
8 of 8 | Posted by: Kathy Henderson - Eau Claire, WI


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Pastor Carrie R. Hamm was born to Fern and Ellen Brady on November 19, 1955. Carrie served the Lord she loved with all her heart and was called home on October 11, 2021, far too soon for all of us here.

She is survived by husband Burt, two children, Jennifer Taylor (and favorite son-in-law Dale) and Nathaniel Hamm (and favorite daughter-in-law Katherine), two grandchildren, Gavin and Riley and many dearly loved family and friends.

She married Burt R. Hamm on October 26th, 1974 in Cadott, WI where they lived, worked, and raised their children. She served as Youth Leader for Cadott United Methodist Church (UMC) where she made a difference in the lives of many young people. She earned degrees in Psychology and American Indian Studies from UWEC in 1999 and went on to pastor several churches in WI.

Carrie was so full of life that it's hard to believe she's gone. She liked to walk barefoot in the grass, ride motorcycle, laugh with family and friends, travel to Arizona for winter, as well as cook, bake, sew, quilt, knit, fish, sing, go on mission trips, share God's Word, dance, write, cross-country ski, and garden. She had a gift for making those around her feel loved and as her son said so beautifully, "She gave more than she took."

We love you our mom and wife and though the pain of our loss feels so intense right now, we know we will see you again.