Carol Ann Steinhoff

Resided in Gladstone, MI
Died February 24, 2020

Carol Ann Steinhoff, age 76, of Gladstone, MI, passed away peacefully at home on Monday, February 24, 2020.

She was born December 28, 1943, in Wayne, MI, daughter of late Wallace and Elsie (Oathoudt) Gereau. Following her graduation from Holy Name Catholic High School, she attended nursing school at Northern Michigan University and had a unique compassion for caregiving. On March 4, 1972, she was united in marriage to Gerald (Pug) L. Steinhoff. They resided in Rapid River for 38 years. He preceded her in death on November 8, 2010.

Survivors include son, David (Audra) Steinhoff, Gladstone, MI, daughter Loma (Todd) Nelson, Wausau, WI, stepdaughters Teri (Mike) Kirkwood, Little Lake, MI and Traci (Mike) Prunick, Munising, MI. Grandchildren Angela (Mike) Sjolund, Christopher (Kate) Prunick, Scott Prunick, Jordan Prunick, Jenna Steinhoff, and Aaron Steinhoff, along with great-grandson Trevor Slinkard.

Carol is further survived by brothers Barry, Wallace, Frank, and David, along with many nieces and nephews.
Besides her parents and husband, Carol was preceded in death by sister Loma C. (Carlson) Gereau and brothers Guy and Daniel.
Mass of Christian Burial will be scheduled in the summer of 2020 and will be announced by the Skradski Funeral Home in Gladstone.

9 Tributes for “Carol Ann Steinhoff

    We grew up having so much fun with Carol and Uncle Pug. Great cook, who loved company. Lot of laughs and memories. She ran a tight ship.
    My ♥️ goes out to you all.

    The Gereau family gave me many happy times and memories. Carol and Loma were good friends. I hope the family remembers how strong and good Carol was. I am so sorry for your loss.

    So sorry to hear about the passing of Carol. Have so many memories of Carol and her family as we grew up together in our small neighborhood. I want to send my deepest sympathies to the whole family. I know she will be missed by all. Cindy “Brock” McDonough

    We are so sorry to hear of the recent passing of Carol, and of Gloria. You are all so much like family to us. Our deepest sympathies to you all and you are in our prayers! All our love!

    To the children of Carol,
    We were so surprised and sad to hear that your mother had passed away. She was a great gal, always smiling and friendly. We would like to extend our “Deepest Sympathy• to the entire Gereau family, for both the lost of Carol and Gloria. Affectionately, Cherie Diane and Luella

    Aunt Carol Will be sadly missed. Our prayersare with all the family.Carol(jJoe)Marv Jr(Pam and Children)Troy Scott and Marv Sr

    When I sit out side and have a cup of coffee on the deck I think of all the wonderful memories of the Pug, Carol, David and Loma. I loved the talks we had as Carol passed by on her skis and walks with the dogs. I was always amazed by the garden and watching the whole family working in it at it’s peak. I loved most about a day was Carol spending time with the Grandchildren. I loved hearing their voices in the yard and riding in the wagon being pulled by a 4 wheeler over and over again because she knew they loved it. And when she would tell me how they were doing how her eyes were lite up with Love. I have so many memories of David and Loma when they were young. What a wonderful family to be Neighbors with. Carol will be forever missed but never forgotten.

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