Rosaline E. Carbott

April 29, 1931June 13, 2021

Rosaline E. Carbott of Northville, Michigan moved on to be with her heavenly family in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 13, 2021. Born on the 29th of April, 1931 to parents Nicholas and Angeline Cosentino, she was the ninth of ten siblings and a lifetime resident of Michigan. She married her loving husband, Richard A. Carbott, November 24, 1956 at St. Catherine’s Catholic Church in Detroit. As a lifetime Associate Member and active supporter of the Sister Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, her “second home” in many ways was the IHM motherhouse in Monroe, MI. A loyal friend and relative to so many, she could always be counted upon to lend an open ear, a shoulder to cry on, or intercede with prayers to our heavenly Father.

She was predeceased by too many friends and relatives to list, but especially dear to her heart was her first-born Grandson, Nicholas Alexander Carbott in August 2007. Rosaline, or Roz as she was familiarly known, is survived by her husband Richard, her sister Millie Cosentino, son Christopher, daughter Ruthanne and son-in-law Thomas George Pawley, grand-daughter Stephanie Elise Conry and her husband Chadwick, grandson Gregory Michael Carbott, and great-grandchildren Liam and Charles.

She will be greatly missed by those who remain, but we are cheered by the knowledge that Roz is at peace and in the loving embrace of our heavenly Father. In lieu of flowers, a donation to the IHM Retirement Fund would be a wonderful memorial gift for Rosaline and would be greatly appreciated by all. Donations may be sent to Sister Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, 610 W. Elm Ave., Monroe, MI 48162

A funeral in state for Rosaline will be held Friday, June 18, 2021 at 10:00 AM at St Kenneth Catholic Church, 14951 Haggerty Rd, Plymouth, Michigan 48150 with a funeral mass at 11:00 AM.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Carbott family.


  • Funeral In State

    Friday, June 18, 2021

  • Funeral Mass

    Friday, June 18, 2021


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June 15, 2021

Madre! One could not have asked for a better mother, teacher, mentor, supporter, confidant, consoler, prayer intermediary, or role model. I am in so large part the person I am today thanks to you. I am so grateful to you and our God that I was present these past few weeks and at the very end. I loved cooking for you and getting you to try some new things. I continue in the sure knowledge that you are with me and looking out for me always. I love you very much.

Mary Jane Petrick

June 15, 2021

Roz was an extraordinary person.
I was privileged to have her as a beloved sister-friend, 🙏 prayer partner, and mentor in the art of
teaching and living one’s life for
Christ Jesus.✝️ From the time we
met and worked as teachers in the
religious education program at Our Lady of Victory Church in Northville, Roz has been a faithful buddy, one of my closest and dearest friends.
We shared each other’s joys and sorrows, celebrations and challenges in life. Most of all, we shared the many Blessings of our Catholic Faith - from sacramental and Marian devotions to intercessory prayers and Church apostolates ⛪️.
Roz has been a model of living out the Faith. She’s dearly loved and
will be deeply missed. My love,
prayers, and sympathy are
especially with all of her dear family - Richard, Christopher, Ruthanne and Thomas, as well as her sister, Millie, grandchildren-
Stephanie and husband Chadwick, and Gregory, and also great grandchildren - Liam and Charles.
Rest In Peace ✝️, dearest Roz, until we meet again in God’s Light…
❤️🙏 Mary Jane

Nancy Bacyinski

June 15, 2021

Mrs. C, you no doubt are enjoying your heavenly reward! I will miss our lifetime friendship and the conversations which always ended with: Remember Nan Lee and Victoria, Rosie O’Grady loves you both!