January 5, 1940 – May 4, 2020
Carol Ann Knuth, 80, of Bartonville passed away on Monday, May 4, 2020 at her home.
Carol was born on January 5, 1940 in East Chicago, Indiana to Earl Roberts and Dorothy (Nash) Roberts.
Surviving are her daughter Sheri Segler of Bartonville; two grandchildren, Cori (Reese) Rutherford and Dane (Shauna) Segler; five great grandchildren Maurice (Amanda) Rutherford, Kennedy (Seth) Stephens, Jackson Segler, Jace Segler and Chance Rutherford; one great-great grandchild Nolan Rutherford; and several nieces and nephews. Also surviving are her long-term caregiver Davida Vogel and her beloved dog Ross.
She was preceded in death by her parents, sisters Virginia and Nancy; son in law Roger; and son Raymond M. Krutz III.
Carol grew up in Chicago Heights and Flossmoor IL. She attended Illinois Wesleyan University and graduated from Bradley University. Carol taught 3rd grade at Oak Grove East in Bartonville IL for 14 years. She loved teaching because she said kids will always tell you the truth. Carol owned the Design Group Inc. construction company and retired as the President. She dedicated most of her life to the care of her son.
Cremation rites will be accorded, and private services will be held due to COVID19. Davison-Fulton Bartonville Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
Memorials may be made to the Human Service Center.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Craig and Ronda Carter
May 9, 2020
Dear Sheri and Family:
Please accept our heartfelt thoughts and prayers on the recent loss of your dear mom Carol. I have such sweet memories of
driving with my parents to Chicago Heights to visit you and your family and also over Christmas holidays when we would often host the family at our house on Wespark in Whiting. I always found Carol to be a warm, compassionate, soft spoken, and thoughtful person--because of this I gravitated to her. I am sure that her students all felt the same way and they were so lucky to have had her as a teacher in the most formative times of their lives. Please take care and let's stay in touch! Lots of love to you all, Craig and Ronda Carter, Lexington, KY
May 8, 2020
Cori, Shari and family,
I am so very sorry for your loss. Mamas are such a blessing. Condolences and hugs. ❤️
May 7, 2020
I loved Carol as my third-grade teacher. I thought it was kind of neat that my brother was dating her daughter. Carol really thought I was a spoiled brat which is probably somewhat true back in those days. My heartfelt condolences go out to the family, I love you all
May 7, 2020
My condolences Sheri and family. Loosing a mom and grandma does break our hearts but cherish her memory and all the fun times you had with her. Now Roger will have another Angel with him and they’ll be telling each other secrets about you. Rest, relax, take deep breaths. Take care of yourself. This has been a very hard year . God bless
May 7, 2020
Was a easy person to work with. Easy to talk with. Loved going on trips with her..Carol didn't like staying still..I felt better driving with her for errands. Rest in Peace my friend..I'm so glad our paths crossed.