Carol M. Haupt ’67 M’69, a devoted elementary school teacher and a generous benefactor of her alma mater, died on June 13 at the age of 74. Born in New Britain, Conn., Carol joined Zeta Tau Alpha sorority and studied abroad for a semester at the Wagner College campus in Bregenz, Austria. She earned her doctorate in education from Rutgers University. Carol spent most of her 35-year career in education teaching the fourth grade at Staten Island’s P.S. 69, where she was known for her love of her students, strict discipline, and a penchant for spelling. “I loved my job,” Carol said when she retired in 2004. “I loved every day. Teaching was my life.” Carol was very engaged with Wagner’s Alumni Association, serving on her class’s 45th and 50th anniversary reunion committees. She was a recipient of the college’s Alumni Service Award, and she was a longtime member of the Heritage Society and the Wagner College Guild. A gift from Carol endowed a scholarship at Wagner for education students beginning in 2010.
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