of Ortonville formerly of the Clarkston and Waterford area, died Saturday, January 20, 2018 at 58 years of age. Born July 28, 1959 in Pontiac, the daughter of the late Donald and Carlene Constable. Beloved wife of Jonathan for 30 years; loving mother of Dana Star Krebs, Christopher (Heather) Goeb, Arlene (David) Tefft, Jennifer (Jason) Hoogerhyde, Deborah (Rich Wightman) Goeb, Nazsane Goeb and Allen Goeb; proud grandmother of Rachel, Wayne, Jimmy, Walker, Liam and Baby Tefft; great grandmother of Ava and Francis; dear sister of Ken (the late Michelle), Jerry (Diane) and Scott. Also survived by several nieces, nephews and extended family. Preceded in death by her sister Sissy “Sharon”, brothers Dale and Jay and nephew David. Carol was a Teacher’s Assistant for 39 years with the Pontiac School District. She enjoyed donating and giving to others, but most of all she enjoyed any type of Auction.
Tuesday from 11-2 p.m. & 4-8 p.m.
Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at COATS FUNERAL HOME-CLARKSTON (8909 Dixie Hwy.).
Memorial donations may be directed to either the American Cancer Society or St. Jude Children’s Hospital.
She will so be missed she was my closest friend ever and she has been in our family for many years she was just like one of my sister's I met her threw her being my son's preschool teacher and I just thought she was the sweetest person ever and she always helped and done what she could for every one . God just gained another angel love and miss u all ready .
Omg I only new her a short time but very nice lady rip beatful lady
Me heart is so sad and heavy for your family at this time. Carol was such a ray of sunshine and honest to the core. I remember the first time she called and we talked for twenty minutes. She was easy to be around and I will always smile when thinking of her. May god be with you and may she Rest In Peace. Hugs, Terri
While I never met Carol she had to have been an amazing and caring person because she raised amazing and caring daughters. So sorry for your loss. You are in my praysrs.
Dearest Goeb Family,
I am shocked and saddened about the passing of Carol. I've thanked her and John for letting me be apart of their lives and received comfort during those difficult times. Through this I gained a family. Although words can not replace the pain and void you feel, but know my thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Carol you will be missed and I will cherish your positive outlook on life and keep the times we spent close to my heart. Rest in Heaven.
I am so sry for your lost.she was a great women
John we are so sorry for your loss, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Rev 21:4
May God continue to Bless and comfort you and the family during this time.
I want to tell you are going to be missed dearly and want to thank you for taking me and my kids in as your family and being there for use and loving my kids like they was your own and you was a wounderful lady and i love you so much just hard to believe you went home to be with god and all the other loved ones we have lost i will always be thinking of you and all the good times we had love you carol r.i.p oxox
Joe and Deb moore
We are so sorry for your loss, she well be greatly missed she loved her family dearly she is an awesome friend I remember times that her and Joe had a water fight in the middle of my kitchen a few different times flooded the kitchen out LOL it was a lot of fun though but that was Carol spur-of-the-moment but have had lots of fun never knew what was going to come next
I am shocked to hear this news. I wish that you may reunite with Aunt Sharon, Sissy and watch your amazing family continue to thrive. I carry no ill Will and choose to remember you as the loving person who had her door open for truly anyone. I choose to remember you as the aunt who placed grociers in the back of my fathers van when he couldnt obtain work. I choose to remember you sharing a laugh with my mom. I wish for you complete peace.
I’m so deeply sorry for your family’s loss. I only knew Carol for one school year, but she made an impact on my students’ lives, as well as mine. She was very thoughtful, generous and caring. She was our “Puzzle” lady, she loved doing puzzles with the students which helped them calm down, as well as bringing in yummy treats to class: her big chocolate chip cookies, to her Christmas cookies! I will miss her smile and laughter that she brought with her each day to my classroom-a memory I will cherish as well as the students she interacted with. God has gained the ultimate Auction Queen of Angles in Heaven! She will be greatly missed.