She was a hard-working, intelligent person.

Carole Khalil, 50, was noted for her eye for detail and her ability to catch minute mistakes. Those qualities helped her excel in her job as an export document examiner for the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Khalil was responsible for ensuring paperwork was in order for the export of animals. She started work for the U.S. government as a clerk for the IRS in 1964. Three years later, she began working for the agriculture department. A native Oklahoman, Khalil lived in Shattuck and graduated from Laverne High School. She attended a business school in Oklahoma City before going to work. She had a daughter, Heather Khalil.

Field of Empty Chairs

Carole Sue Khalil
Carole Sue Khalil
Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building
5th Floor
Department of Agriculture

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