Carol Ann Schott
November 19, 1944 – February 20, 2020
Carol Ann Schott went home to be with the Lord, after a two-year struggle with cancer, on Thursday February 20, 2020.
Carol was born November 19, 1944 in Danville, Illinois to Marilyn (Bunting) Geibel and Richard Geibel.
Carol married Thomas Schott on August 13th, 1985 in Long Beach, California.
Carol worked as a secretary at BLMC for 20 years and was always organized.
Carol loved traveling and gardening.
Carol is survived by; son Chris Schott; and daughter-in-law Jaime Hammer; Step-Son Tom Schott; Step-Daughter Kathy Tiller and sister Susan Huff.
Carol was preceded in death by her husband Tom Schott; son Jeff Geibel; father Richard Geibel and mother Marilyn (Bunting) Geibel.
A Celebration of Life Service for Carol will be held Wednesday, February 26, 2020 at 6:00 PM at Mackey Funerals and Cremations at Woodlawn Memorial Park, 1 Pine Knoll Drive, Greenville, SC 29609.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.woodlawn-fh.com for the Schott family.
- Richard Geibel, Father (deceased)
- Marilyn (Bunting) Geibel, Mother (deceased)
- Tom Schott, Husband (deceased)
- Jeff Geibel, Son (deceased)
- Chris Schott, Son
- Jaime Hammer, Daughter-in-law
- Tom Schott, Step-Son
- Kathy Tiller, Step-Daughter
- Susan Huff, Sister
- Celebration of Life Service Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Carol Ann Schott
February 29, 2020
My first experience with Carol was my first day of work at the Douglas Aircraft plant in Long Beach, CA. She was the Executive Secretary for Market Development (which I found out meant she ran the place). She was very kind and gracious and helped me in many ways that first week, I have always felt she was one of the sweetest, most professional person I ever met. I never forgot her. Rest in peace Carol.
February 26, 2020
Dear Chris and family,
many years ago Carol and I worked at Douglas Aircraft in Long
Beach, California. She was Carol Geibel then. All of us in Marketing
appreciated her as a superb professional. We came to her with small and big problems. She always came up with ideas that helped. She touched many lives with kindness, humor, help and friendship.
To me she became a friend and we stayed in touch over the years.
It was a special treat to receive one her Christmas/New Years
letters or to meet her in person at one of the monthly Douglas Marketing Retirees luncheons. We are going to miss her.
With deepest sympathies,