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Carol Springer Through The Years

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Long-time local politician Carol Springer, who died on Aug. 9, 2018, had an adventurous side, including riding motorcycles, flying airplanes, and world-wide travel, her children say. Here, she rides a motorcycle on a family trip to the Oregon coast in about 1978. (Courtesy/Springer family)

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Long-time local politician Carol Springer, who died Aug. 9, 2018, at age 81, was among the “Fab Five” – a group of Arizona state top office holders who got national attention in 1999 for being exclusively female. Here, Springer, right, is sworn in as Arizona State Treasurer by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, left, as Springer’s daughters Leslie and Carol Lynn look on. (Couresy/Springer family)

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A group shot of local politician Carol Springer’s family from about 1999 shows, left to right, John “Bert” Springer; Carol Lynn Springer; Carol Springer; Kurt Springer; Leslie Springer; and Kent Springer. (Courtesy/Springer family)

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Carol Springer

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Carol Springer, Board of Supervisors District 1 Republican Candidate celebrates with supporter Bill Feldmeier after election results come in at the Palace Restaurant in downtown Prescott Tuesday September 2, 2008. (Courier file photo)

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Yavapai County Election officials Jimmie Jo Hlavin and Desi Zurcher, at right, demonstrate to Yavapai County Supervisors Thom Thurman and Carol Springer along with County Administrator Julie Ayers show a new Voting Center would work on Monday during a special presentation at the County Administration Building in Prescott November 14, 2011. (Les Stukenberg/Courier)

By: Les Stukenberg

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Yavapai County Supervisors Chip Davis, Carol Springer, Thom Thurman, Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett and County Administrator Julie Ayers listen to a presentation Monday from the County Election Department about a new committee that will oversee Arizona Elections protocol and processes November 14, 2011. (Les Stukenberg/Courier)

By: Les Stukenberg

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Carol Springer in 2008

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Among the interests of local politician Carol Springer, who died on Aug. 9, 2018, was piloting an airplane. (Courtesy/Springer family)

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Yavapai County Supervisors Carol Springer, Chip Davis and Tom Thurman unveil the plaque commemorating the planting of the Centennial Tree, a Diadora Cedar, on the Yavapai County Courthouse Tuesday, February 14, 2012 in Prescott. (Les Stukenberg/Courier)

By: Les Stukenberg

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Carol Springer speaks at the debate Tuesday night at the Williamson Valley Fire station #57, with George Seaman October 7, 2008. (Courier file photo)

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Carol Springer speaks at the debate Tuesday night at the Williamson Valley Fire station #57, with George Seaman October 7, 2008. (Courier file photo)

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Carol Springer speaks at the debate Tuesday night at the Williamson Valley Fire station #57, with George Seaman October 7, 2008. (Courier file photo)

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Supervisor Ton Thurman, Yavapai County Superior Court Presiding Judge David L. Mackey, Yavapai County Director of Juvenile Court Services Scott Mabery, Arizona Supreme Court Justice Robert Brutinel Clerk of Superior Court Sandra Markham and Supervisor Carol Springer cut the ribbon at the Yavapai County Juvenile Justice Center ribbon cutting ceremony Friday, October 26, 2012 in Prescott. (Les Stukenberg/Courier)

By: Les Stukenberg

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Steve Pierce, left, Tom Henze and Carol Springer concentrate on the election numbers they see on the large screen during Tuesday's presidential election. Both Pierce and Springer had significant leads over their opponents during early election returns on November 4, 2008.(Les Stukenberg/Courier)

By: Les Stukenberg

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Managing director of SunEdison Robert Reichenberger, left, President and COO of APS Donald Robinson, ACC chairman Kris Mayes, ACC board member Sandra Kennedy and Yavapai County supervisor Carol Springer were a few in attendance at the groundbreaking December 17, 2010 for SunEdison's new solar farm that APS will buy the energy from. (Courier/Brett Soldwedel)

By: Brett Soldwedel

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County Supervisor Carol Springer states her position and thoughts on issues Thursday July 24, 2008 at a forum for supervisor candidates. (Courier file photo)

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Yavapai County Supervisor Carol Springer shares a laugh with longtime family friend Ken Bennett and Larry Tarkowski at her retirement party at the Prescott Steak House Wednesday December 5, 2012. Attending the party was a who's who of local, county and state officials both elected and supervisory to honor (roast) her. (Les Stukenberg/Courier)

By: Les Stukenberg

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Yavapai County Supervisor Carol Springer shares a laugh with longtime family friend Jack Husted at her retirement party at the Prescott Steak House Wednesday December 5, 2012. Attending the party was a who's who of local, county and state officials both elected and supervisory to honor (roast) her. (Les Stukenberg/Courier)

By: Les Stukenberg

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Carol Springer in 2008

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Yavapai County Supervisors Tom Thurman and Carol Springer look on as National Wether Service Falgstaff's Warning Coordination Meteorologist George Howard presents Yavapai County Emergency Management Coordinator Nick Angiolillo with a sign designating Yavapai County as Storm Ready August 24, 2009. (Les Stukenberg/Courier)

By: Les Stukenberg

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Supervisor candidates from left, George Seaman, Georgene Lockwood and Carol Springer at a candidate forum Thursday July 24, 2008 at the Williamson Valley fire station. (Courier file photo)

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Yavapai County Supervisors, from left, Carol Springer, Chip Davis and Tom Thurman listen to the presentation as over 100 people attended the supervisors meeting on Monday, March 1, 2010 many were there because of the Williamson Valley Community Plan vote was on the agenda. (Les Stukenberg/Courier)

By: Les Stukenberg

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Tom Thurmann, Carol Springer and Chip Davis vote on the consent agenda before they as the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors hold a public hearing Monday, November 7, 2005 on the proposed Pioneer Park county building complex. (Les Stukenberg/Courier)

By: Les Stukenberg