Carol Ann Dubrouillet

January 28, 1936 - July 12, 2023
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Holy Cross Catholic Church
558 Hampton Avenue
Pickens, South Carolina 29671
Friday 7/21, 1:00 pm

Carol A Dubrouillet, age 87, of Pickens, beloved wife of the late Edward Dubrouillet, died Wednesday, July 12, 2023. Mrs. Dubrouillet was born in 1936 in Linn MO, she was the daughter of the late Andrew and Cecilia Luebbert Kliethermes. After a long and fulfilling career as a letter carrier, she retired to care forContinue Reading

Jim and Betty Ellis left a message on July 21, 2023:
When our daughter and their son were planning their wedding, Carol and Ed visited us to get acquainted. From that day forward, they accepted us as members of their family. We have many happy memories of visits in each others homes, beach trips, and holidays together. They were a very special couple.
Paula and Nick Brenchak left a message on July 18, 2023:
We both enjoyed spending time with Carol. She was a faithful attendant at our Bible Study Group which was also a circle of friends getting to know one another and celebrating birthdays . Nick could always count on Carol to fill in for him counting the collection money from Mass. He says she was the best counter with her diligence and exactness. We will miss her very much.
Sarah Forney left a message on July 18, 2023:
Carol would visit Amy and her family in Boston MA and I had the honor of getting to know her over coffee and treats. She was always so kind, had a funny story to share, and clearly loved her family and grandchildren. Deepest sympathies to the entire family.
Carol Overman left a message on July 13, 2023:
Tom,Paul,Jim and Amy, So sorry for the loss of your beloved Mom. She talked of all you children and grandchildren and how proud she was of all of you. I loved her and will miss her.
Ann Cooper left a message on July 13, 2023:
I have such a strong memory of a delicate passing moment that showed me Carol's true self . . . We were picking up a table from Carol's home to transport to Massachusetts for Amy in her new home with Michael. We were invited to stay for lunch. During lunch, when Ed's fork-holding hand began to tremble, Carol reached out and cupped his hand in hers, but said nothing. The gesture was so full of compassion, I almost wept. To all the family, our sincere condolences. Ann and Jinx Coopere
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