Carol J. Schultz

Nov. 16, 1925-Dec. 30, 2017

Carol J. Schultz, 92,

lifelong Minot resident,

died Saturday, December

30, 2017 in a Minot Hos-


Carol was born No-

vember 16, 1925 in Minot,

North Dakota the

daughter of Carl and Jen-

nie (Teuben) Lauber. She

was raised and educated

in Minot and graduated

from Minot High School

in 1943. She attended

Minot Business College

and was employed with

Trinity Hospital from


Carol was united in

marriage to the love of her

life, Edward C. Schultz on

August 25, 1945 in Minot.

They were blessed with

three children, Richard,

Tim and Patti. In addition

to raising their three chil-

dren, she was regained

employment at Trinity

Hospital from 1959 until

1987, working in the busi-

ness office as supervisor

in the collections depart-

ment. Edward died May

24, 2008. Carol had con-

tinued to make her home

in Minot after his death.

Carol was a longtime

member of First Lutheran

Church, Minot and was

active with church circles

and volunteering within

the church. She was also

a member of Trinity Auxi-

liary, where she also

served on the board of

directors. She was 1 of 5

people who personally

funded the Minot Voca-

tional Workshop. Carol

enjoyed reading, playing

scrabble along with play-

ing bingo with the tenants

of Dakota Terrace Apart-


Her loving family in-

cludes, son, Timothy

(Paula) Schultz, Federal

Way, WA; daughter, Patti

(Kim) Sando, Langdon,

ND; 6 grandchildren to in-

clude: Rebecca, Eugene,

Alex, Austin, Mandi, and

David 6 great grandchil-

dren to include: Jessica,

Cole, Bailey, Preston, Bri-

ana, and Chad along with

many nieces and


Carol was preceded in

death by her parents, hus-

band, Edward, son,

Richard, sisters Rose, Hil-

da, Ethel, Lavonne, Myrtle

and Mae; brothers, Ray-

mond, Leon, Earl, Don

and Al.

Celebration of Life Ser-

vice: 11:00 a.m. Thursday,

January 4, 2018 at First

Lutheran Church, Minot.

Interment: Rosehill

Memorial Park, Minot.

Visitation: Wednesday,

January 3, 2018, from 4:00

p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Tho-

mas Family Funeral

Home, Minot.

Memorials are pre-

ferred to First Lutheran or

Second Story.

Those wishing to sign

the online memorial regis-

ter or share memories are

invited to use the expres-

sions of sympathy section

at (www.thomasfamily