Carol Schabot

Carol Schabot


Dates

December 30, 1943 - November 1, 2021

Obituary

Carol Schabot, 77, of Yankton, SD formerly of Mitchell, died Monday, November 1, 2021, at Sister James Care Center in Yankton. Funeral services will be at 11:30 AM Thursday, November 4, at St. John Catholic Church in Plankinton. Burial will be at Mizpah Cemetery in Plankinton. Arrangements by Bittner Funeral Chapel.

Carol Ann Schabot was born near Stickney on December 30th, 1943 and was the 3rd of 8 children born to John and Dorothy Schroeder.

Carol and Donald Schabot were married on October 13th, 1961, and had two daughters, Deidre and Doralea, and later adopted Jocinda. They were married for 58 years before Don died in March 2020.

Carol spent her entire life taking care of other people. Besides her own children, she took in any child that needed someone, whether just a few hours or lifelong surrogate parents. She never said no to someone in need. She had many creative talents, sewing, leatherworking, quilting, and knitting among them. Carol took great joy in making highly unusual things like western shirts with one short sleeve and one long, upside-down pockets etc., and her knitting, which could be described as “Picasso knitting.” She loved reusing scraps of other things to make new, such as her many scrap quilts which have kept people warm for years. Her devotion to the Catholic Church from birth was a driving factor for her in everything she did.

Carol’s legacy is that she did a lot with very little, and many lives were the better for it.

Carol’s death lets her rejoin her husband, Donald, a brother, Bill, and many other important people in her life.

She leaves behind as she would say “a whole herd” of people who will miss her very much.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests a Catholic Mass said in Carol’s honor.





Posted by Shelly Knigge on November 5, 2021
My condolences to the family. So many memories we shall have with us forever. Many weekends That I spent the night at your house, or baking chocolate chip cookies, bringing in firewood for the wood stove. Or just watching her making something on the sewing machine. So many memories... in our hearts is where you will be forever...
Posted by Shelly Knigge on November 5, 2021
My condolences to the family. Many weekends I would spend the night at your house. So many memories we all have and will be with us forever. I fermenter making chocolate chip cookies with your mom. Or helping bring in firewood for the woods stove
Posted by Robert kutil on November 5, 2021
I will keep you two girls in my prayers the memories from our childhood and the memories of your parents are fond ones keep strong
Posted by Anna Mae Hofer on November 4, 2021
My deepest sympathy to DeeDe, her children and family
Posted by Michelle Rickett on November 3, 2021
Carol andDon were like foster parents to me. Or bonus parents I spent a lot of time with them when I was younger and I am heartbroken. Rest In Peace and hugs and prayers to the rest of the family
Posted by Linda McBrayer on November 3, 2021
Prayers to all of you
Posted by Mari Jo on November 2, 2021
Nothing like them bat wings I will always miss you my 2nd Mom..learned so much in a short time rest in peace Carol hugs and love always.
Posted by Jan & Joe Schlimgen on November 2, 2021
So sorry for loss! May Carol Rest In Peace !
Posted by Christina Boerner on November 2, 2021
Hid Bless you all. Lots of thoughts and prayers. Now she can spread her Angel Wings and fly high. She will always be with u all. She will always be looking down on you. So So Sorry for the loss of one of your loved ones.
Posted by Pamela Goldammer on November 2, 2021
Prayers for all the Schroeders as you celebrate Carol's rich and unique life, and as you grieve her passing. May Carol rest peacefully with her Lord and Savior.
Posted by Leanne Bradwisch on November 2, 2021
Carol and Don ran the Lake Mitchell campground when I was employed by the City of Mitchell. Carol was a hard worker. May you find peace in God’s hands.
Posted by Kim Shafer Swank on November 2, 2021
DeeDee, Dory and families. Sending my condolences to you all. Being neighborhood friends I have many great memories of your mom while at your home. She always had a smile and time to listen. I remember her project room and how she loved that. Hugs
Posted by Gary and Kay Shafer on November 2, 2021
We send our Sympathy to DeeDee & Doralea & family. May all the Memories of life with your mom bring you Peace & Comfort. I enjoyed reading her obituary about her unusual western shirts& scraps with knitting.

The loss of a mother can never be replaced, but the love of a mother can never be lost
Posted by Rita Lantz on November 2, 2021
God's peace
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