The Fankhausers: From left, Heather, Larry and Carol.
Carol Fankhauser and her mother, Marie Street Spangler, pictured in 1994, went on several cruises together.
Carol Street shows off her Scottish dance costume around 1960.
Carol Fankhauser poses with this giant hand sculpture she discovered while traveling.
Carol Fankhauser couldn't help herself. The retired first-grade teacher was drawn to figures like this purple dinosaur which she spotted while traveling.
Larry and Carol Fankhauser, pictured on a windjammer in 1999, enjoyed snorkeling, scuba diving and downhill skiing together..
Carol Fankhauser scuba-dived in the waters off Mexico, Belize,St. Lucia and the Bahamas.
Carol Fankhauser, former Copopa Elementary School teacher, worked for the Maria Gardens greenhouse in Strongsville after retiring from teaching in 2002.
Carol Fankhauser takes a break while traveling through Kentucky.
Larry and Carol Fankhauser.
Carol Fankhauser poses with Señor Frog at a restaurant bearing his name in Mexico.
Carol Fankhauser, left, and her friend Kellie Johnston traveled to Scotland together.
Carol Fankhauser removes corn kernels off a cob by hand to feed to ducks behind The Barn Restaurant in Smithville, Ohio.
Carol Street Fankhauser, probably in the 1980s.
Carol Fankhauser could make friends,family and herself laugh without saying much, according to her daughter, Heather.
Carol Fankhauser went to Anchorage, Alaska, in 1999 to participate with the Leukemia Society of America's Team in Training in a 26.2-mile fundraising walk.
Carol Fankhauser, who was a competitive Highland dancer as a youngster living in Lorain, is shown demonstrating Scottish dancing for students in the Columbia schools.