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Carroll Kenneth Bragg

February 2, 1937 ~ February 19, 2018 (age 81)

Thetford Center, VT- Carroll Kenneth Bragg passed away with his wife and lifelong friend Marcia Hathaway by his side on Monday February 19, 2018 at the White River Jct. Veterans Hospital after a long battle with cancer.

            He was born February 2, 1937 to Kenneth and Alice Bragg of Thetford VT.

He is survived by two sisters Rena Jones and Sally Jenks of North Thetford VT and a brother David of East Calais VT.  His wife Frances Bragg (Chaplin) of Post Mills VT of 58 years; six sons, Richard of Thetford Center VT., Jeff of Hartford VT., Jim of Lebanon N.H., Dan of Thetford Center VT., Terry of Sharon VT., and Tracy of Henniker N.H. Twelve grandchildren; nineteen great- grandchildren he worked for many years on road construction before going into logging with his father Ken, then retiring from DHMC as a housekeeping.  In his younger years he enjoyed working in the woods, sugaring, snowmobiling and building little crafts and clocks for his wife to paint, after retirement he enjoyed trips to Maine to visit the coast and the light houses with his wife Frances, watching old westerns and watching the wildlife out of the kitchen windows and spending time with the grandkids and his family dog who was there spoiled baby.

Thetford Center, VT- Carroll Kenneth Bragg passed away with his wife and lifelong friend Marcia Hathaway by his side on Monday February 19, 2018 at the White River Jct. Veterans Hospital after a long battle with cancer.

            He was born February 2, 1937 to Kenneth and Alice Bragg of Thetford VT.

He is survived by two sisters Rena Jones and Sally Jenks of North Thetford VT and a brother David of East Calais VT.  His wife Frances Bragg (Chaplin) of Post Mills VT of 58 years; six sons, Richard of Thetford Center VT., Jeff of Hartford VT., Jim of Lebanon N.H., Dan of Thetford Center VT., Terry of Sharon VT., and Tracy of Henniker N.H. Twelve grandchildren; nineteen great- grandchildren he worked for many years on road construction before going into logging with his father Ken, then retiring from DHMC as a housekeeping.  In his younger years he enjoyed working in the woods, sugaring, snowmobiling and building little crafts and clocks for his wife to paint, after retirement he enjoyed trips to Maine to visit the coast and the light houses with his wife Frances, watching old westerns and watching the wildlife out of the kitchen windows and spending time with the grandkids and his family dog who was there spoiled baby.

Per Carroll’s wish there are no funeral services or calling hours.

The Hale Funeral Home and Cremation Care of Thetford Center, VT are in charge of arrangements.

To view an online guestbook, go to www.halefuneralhomes.com 

Per Carroll’s wish there are no funeral services or calling hours.

The Hale Funeral Home and Cremation Care of Thetford Center, VT are in charge of arrangements.

To view an online guestbook, go to www.halefuneralhomes.com 

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