Carey John Zoet

December 6, 1965September 2, 2020

Carey John Zoet, age 54, of Burnips, went to be with his Lord, Wednesday, September 2, 2020. His earthly struggles are over and he is now at peace in his heavenly home. He was preceded in death by his step-mother Robin Zoet and sister Nancy Marshall. He will be lovingly remembered by his children Mindi and Jeremy Zoet; parents Dennis D. Zoet and Nancy A. (Dan) Burns; granddaughter Madison Campos; siblings Chris Zoet (Dianne Ring), Steve (Kim) Zoet, Terry Raad, Scott Raad, Linda (Tim) Stark, and Mary (Ken) Maize; several aunts, uncles, and cousins. Carey enjoyed many years of snowmobiling, trail riding, and water skiing. Visitation with the family will be held from 1PM to 2PM Thursday, September 10, 2020 at Kubiak-Cook Funeral Home at 4330 18th Street, Dorr. Following the visitation a graveside service will be held at Salem Township Cemetery. Pastor Steve Jones will be officiating. The family welcomes memories and messages in their guest book online at


  • Visitation

    Thursday, September 10, 2020

  • Burial

    Thursday, September 10, 2020


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Penny Collison

September 13, 2020

Dear Nancy, and family,
Sending my deepest sympathy to all of you.
I will always remember Cary as a you g kid. Silly and funny with my boys.
May Gods peace be with you.
Much love, Penny

Linda Homrich

September 9, 2020

So sorry to learn of this. We spent many summers at Lake Cecelia with you and your family. What a fun time we all had together, memories we will not forget.
Our condolences Denny, Nancy, Chris, Steve, and all family and friends.
Dick and Linda

Stephanie Yackish

September 7, 2020

Oh Carey. You are a kind soul. You were a good person with so much love to give. We laughed so much, a lot A LOT a lot. I tried to convince you to go to the hospital WITH me a couple of times. I understood what you were going through. To your dad and family, my deepest sympathy. He will be missed.

Pamela Johnson

September 5, 2020

So Sad to hear about Carey, as stated Carey is finally at Peace he has been searching for a long time. Carey and I worked together in Quality at Center Mfg for many years. Also Carey was our neighbor in the Byron Center Mobile Park many years ago..
My Prayers, Love and lots of Hugs to Family and Friends.
Enjoy Life now my Friend as you found the peace you have been searching for....

Ronda Kelly

September 5, 2020

I worked with Carey for several years at Center Mfg. He trained me on my job as a Quality Inspector. Lots of great memories with him. RIP Carey. Condolences to the family.

Jo wisner

September 5, 2020

Loved cary he had a wonderful laugh his heart was good and kind. He had a sickness that others could not understand. Will miss him but he is now at peace and in the hands of our loving God

Shannon and Jerry Cook

September 5, 2020

Carey was a good friend and a good man! Jerry and Carey had many great memories and adventures with each other Whether it was snowmobiling, quading or just chatting on the phone (for several hours). They always had a million things to talk about and had many many laughs over the years. They met at Center Manufacturing and had remained friends against all odds. We will miss Carey and take comfort in knowing that he is finally at peace. Sending love and condolences to all his family especially Mindi and Jeremy!

Madison Campos

September 4, 2020

Grandpa Carey was a great Grandpa and a great person. In 2019 my mom, grandpa, and I went on a vacation to Myrtle beach together. It was his first time going on a plane and I let him sit by the window and it was so cool to see his face and see what he thought about it. When we were there we went on this huge Ferris wheel together and it was so much fun. He is so special to me and he was an amazing Grandpa.

Robbyn Fassett

September 4, 2020

Carey I loved you from the moment we met with your quick wit and contagious laugh..You will be dearly missed my brother...Love always your sister from another mister.💗💗


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