August 19, 1936 – February 8, 2022
Carol Guinan passed away on Tuesday, February 8th in Omaha, Nebraska. She was born in South Sioux City, Nebraska on August 19, 1936. Carol was preceded in death by sister and brother-in-law, Patsy and Norbert Hoffmann; brother, Raymond Scollard. She was survived by husband, Mickey. She is survived by daughters, Deb Herout and Cheryl Mattson (Troy); son: Jerry Guinan (Renee); grandchildren: Ryan Mattson, Tyler Herout, Dylan Mattson, and Emily Herout; brothers, Pat Scollard and Mike Scollard; niece, Diane Hoffmann; nephew, Richard Hoffmann.
VISITATION: Tuesday, February 15th from 9:30am to 10:30am with ROSARY at 10:30am, followed by MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL at 11am, all at St. Robert Bellarmine Catholic Church, 11802 Pacific Street. Interment: Resurrection Cemetery at 1:30pm Tuesday, February 15th. Memorials are suggested to St. Robert Bellarmine Catholic Church for Memorial Masses.
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Carol Guinan passed away on Tuesday, February 8th in Omaha, Nebraska. She was born in South Sioux City, Nebraska on August 19, 1936. Carol was the middle of five children born to William and Geraldine Scollard. She graduated from Emerson Nebraska Sacred Heart High School in 1954, then moved to Omaha a short time later.
She was employed at Woodmen of the World as an insurance secretary. In 1957, she was introduced to Thomas “Mickey” Guinan through her sister, Patsy. Carol and Mickey were married on August 2, 1958 and enjoyed sixty-three years of marriage.
Carol was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother. She was an excellent cook and enjoyed hosting holiday meals. Her pets were near and dear to her, including several cats and her beloved white poodle, Tami. Carol loved spending time with her grandchildren, always encouraging and praying for them.
Always a devoted follower of her Catholic faith, in her early 40s Carol experienced a strong re-conversion to her faith. She was very involved with the Charismatic Renewal in the 1980s. That lead to a deepening relationship with Jesus and an abiding devotion to Our Lady, the Rosary, and Divine Mercy. Carol had her own prayer “chair” in the living room, and on the lamp stand beside the chair, her Bible was always open, with her rosary beads lying on top. Through the years, Carol and Mickey made pilgrimages to Medjugorje, Our Lady of Guadalupe and the Holy Lands.