Tina Caruso Obituary, Death – Tina Caruso, who was originally from Northfield, Minnesota, passed away at the Fairview Southdale Hospital in Edina, Minnesota. She was born and raised in Minnesota. Tina was born on October 20 at the Northfield Hospital, and her parents, Lorene Ardis Caruso (Schiller) and Gerald Walfred Caruso, were the ones to bring her into the world. She was baptized, she was confirmed, and she was a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Northfield, where she resided until the day she passed away. She lived there until the day she passed away. The year 1983 was the one in which Tina graduated from Northfield Senior High School with her high school diploma.
Tina had a beautiful smile that put people at rest, and her laugh was infectious, so it could brighten up any setting. She had a deep-seated love for animals, as well as music, music shows, and murder mystery shows. She was especially proud of the mothering role that she had played in the lives of all of her many fur babies over the course of her lifetime. One of her most treasured memories is of playing Yahtzee by the water with her mother and her best friend. It was one of her favorite things in the entire world.
Her mother, Lorene Caruso, and Steve Sarafolean, who is Lorene’s companion, are also counted among the survivors, as are her brother, Adam Caruso, and Roger Miller, who is married to Adam. Also counting themselves as survivors are her mother. She is also survived by her aunts and uncles, including Donald and Margaret Schiller, Joan Springborg, Janice Kettner, Lola Dahmes, David and Jean Schiller, Rodney and Bonnie Leopold, Dudley Leonard, Roger Raddatz, James and her father Gerald, her grandparents Burt and Emeline Caruso and Edward and Mildred Schiller, her uncles James Caruso, Robert Kettner, Delbert Johnson, Louis Springborg, Dennis Schiller The woman who raised her, Shirley Car