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Robert E. Evans Funeral Home

16000 Annapolis Road, Bowie, MD

OBITUARY

Carole Jeanette Pippert

February 23, 1941January 9, 2020

Carole Jeanette Pippert, a lifelong resident of Prince Georges County,died peacefully at her home in Laurel, Md. January 9th, 2020.

Beloved daughter Of John Carl and Virgia Inez Pippert, she is survived by one sister Betty Joan Anadale and husband George, 3 nieces Dianne Jones, Suzanne Walker and husband Steven and Kathleen Anadale, one nephew Steven Anadale and wife Cathy, 7 great nieces and nephews and 6 great-great nieces and nephews and her long time love and partner William "Bill" Docca and many devoted friends.

Carole was a woman of many interests including her love of family, animals; especially her many kitties, music, travel, sewing and The Chesapeake Bay.

She earned her Bachelors degree from The University of Maryland in teaching.She taught at Coopers Lane Elementary from 1963-1974 then Rockledge Elementery from 1974- 2004 where she ended her 41 year career, touching the lives of over 1,000 children.

A memorial service and celebration of life will be held at the Robert E.Evans Funeral Home in Bowie, Maryland on February 1st at 1p.m.

In lieu of flowers: please make donations to The Wildlife Center of Virginia P.O. Box 1557 Waynesboro, Va. 22980.

Services

1 February

Memorial Gathering

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Robert E. Evans Funeral Home

16000 Annapolis Road
Bowie, Maryland 20715

1 February

Celebration of Life

2:00 pm

Robert E. Evans Funeral Home

16000 Annapolis Road
Bowie, Maryland 20715

Memories

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Kathryn and Christian Ottman

January 15, 2020

Dear Carole,
As I write this, I am still somewhat in shock - I really thought you were going to beat this.
Thirty+ years it has been since we first became neighbors and what a ride it has been. So many others have come and gone but you were always a constant - a reassurance that this was home. Your kindness over the years and generosity to others made you standout. You became a great-Auntie figure to Christian and treated him as family and I thank you for that. I will be certain that he learns cursive for you and continues his academic excellence to make you proud.
I will miss our times chatting and sharing the latest news, your wise school teacher advice for my little guy, and your smile and laughter and stories about your kitties and squirrels. I will continue to put treats out for the deer who visit. Who do I call now when something happens here?
Perhaps you can put in a good word for those of us still here.
I am so grateful thatg you found love and companionship and that Bill was able to be there as your rock through the end. I hope he and others will find solace in the fact that you were so loved.
Thank you, my friend, as you continue your journey. We love you and miss you.

Rose and Steve Jones

January 13, 2020

Carole, your kind heart and generous spirit will be so missed. You’ve touched the lives of those youngsters you taught over the years and us oldsters who you guided to be more attuned to nature and to our furry companions. You’ll be so missed! Much love to your family, friends, and special love, Bill, as they try to make their way without you.

Nicole Byrd

January 13, 2020

My Dearest Carole, I will miss our wonderful walks and intimate conversations. You treated me like Family and I looked up to you. I admired your kindness and generosity. It was ALWAYS a pleasure to see you. I will miss you ALWAYS....
Your Mail Lady,
Nicole

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY