Carol Ann Knott

December 26, 1938 - January 10, 2024
St. Dominic Catholic Church
18255 West Capitol Drive
Brookfield, WI 53005
Saturday 2/3, 10:00 am - 11:45 am

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St. Dominic Catholic Church
18255 West Capitol Drive
Brookfield, WI 53005
Saturday 2/3, 12:00 pm

Carol Ann (nee Oswood) Knott age 85 of Brookfield, passed away from natural causes surrounded with loved ones on Wednesday, January 10, 2024. Carol is survived by the loving community of Brookfield, and her husband of 61 years, Mr. John Anthony Knott, their four sons: Thomas John (Dawn Conger) Knott; proud grandma of Crystal (Sesha),Continue Reading

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Laura Gresen Grant left a message on February 12, 2024:
Dear John and family, I just saw Carol’s obituary. If I had known sooner I would’ve come to her services. I worked with Carol at Family Health Plan in the OB care management department. Carol was always so kind and willing to share her skills. Unfortunately, we lost contact after my job changed. I have thought about her though over the years. I know her great love for her family. You were her first priority. My sincere condolences and my prayers for all of you. I’m positive heaven just welcomed an amazing nurse. Please take care.
Michael Baer left a message on February 3, 2024:
We will miss you always!
Michael Mau left a message on February 1, 2024:
I am saddened to hear about the passing of Carol. Deepest condolences and prayers to the Knott family. May God welcome our sister Carol and comfort all those who will miss her.
Maggie Blaha left a message on January 31, 2024:
John, it has been 13 years or more since we were together at one of the retirement parties in the PO. I have wonderful memories of my time with Carol as I would always seek her out. We had so many good times together. I kept in touch through Kathy who kept me up to date as much as possible. Hugs to all of you.
Phil Mc Donald left a message on January 30, 2024:
Growing up Carol was my favorite cousin. She only lived a few blocks from us. Even though she was 5 years older she always showed interest and kind to me. In later years we had a common bond since we were both RN'S. I always enjoyed visiting with Carol and John as they were very welcoming to me. I will miss her and keep her in my prays. Phil McDonald
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Traci Kouhel left a message on January 29, 2024:
A life so beautifully lived deserves to be beautifully remembered.
Louise Wisinski left a message on January 28, 2024:
Carol..I'd know that smile anywhere. You were my first manager at Northpoint and I've never forgotten you. RIP Louise
Joseph and Barbara Perez left a message on January 25, 2024:
It was with great sadness that we learned of Carol's sudden passing leaving her wonderful husband and friend, John, with such a terrible void in his life as well as that of their wonderful family. Had the privilege of working with Carol at the Northpoint Medical Group for many years, she in OB-GYN and I just down the hallway in general surgery. We shared so many happy years of employment at Northpoint when medicine was so very much different than today. In addition, our farm properties were just a short distance apart here in Central Wisconsin. We often visited one another after retirement. She was such a beautiful person and an extremely dedicated Nurse. The very OB-GYN physic an for whom she worked was my wife's physician as well. To say we were a close-knit family is to make an understatement. She will be terribly missed by one and all especially her sweet laughter. Surely, she is enjoying eternal peace and happiness in the company of Our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. Rest in Peace dear Carol. Joe & Barb Perez
Steve Mau left a message on January 22, 2024:
I remember as a kid going to Carol and John's house in Wauwatosa to visit and play with our cousins. Although we didn't keep in touch in later years, I have those fond memories from childhood. I really wish I could make the Visitation/Mass, however we are out of town that weekend. Our sincere condolences to John, Tom, Mike, Joe and Jim. Steve & Jackie Mau
Dinah Van Krevel-Polzin left a message on January 21, 2024:
Prayers and condolences to the Knott family. She played a role in many arenas. I happen to know Carol from the knitting community. She loved teaching and sharing projects with us. She also loved her family of many children, in-laws, and grandchildren. She will be missed.
Maureen Kuglitsch left a message on January 19, 2024:
I met Carol Like Gerri way back in the 1980's late. I met her working for Health-Dyne Perinatal Services in Milwaukee . I did home visits and she was an expert OB/GYN nurse reading the uterine contractions. At that time I had an interest in Pre-term Labor which was my Master's Thesis in the Family Nurse Practitioner program in UW-O. I commuted from FDL, Wi. Well this led to a very deep friendship and our Husbands loved hunting deer which led to many fun times. Together we did our annual State Fair Visit, to Friday Night Fish Fries, Weekends at the Knott Farm. Carol had my back so many times through life crisis that have occurred. She was like a sister to me. She faithfully checked on me weekly after lost of my husband and son. I cannot attend the funeral due to health reasons. Carol was so happy for me that I got into Mayo Clinic . Little did she know it would be the day of her funeral. Love you Carol and John so much. I will keep in touch with you John. Maureen Kuglitsch PS We did annual Craft fairs everywhere in Wi. during hunting season. What a hoot. WE brought my mom and cousin Mary from Racine with our adventures back in the day.
Traci Kouhel left a message on January 19, 2024:
I hope you're dancing in the sky And I hope you're singing in the angel's choir And I hope the angels know what they have I'll bet it's so nice up in Heaven since you arrived. Love you forever Carol! You will never be forgotten.
Linda Reinbold left a message on January 19, 2024:
You will always be remembered.
BONNIE KNOTT left a message on January 19, 2024:
Dear Carol, We all will miss your caring ways. You had a zest for life and helping others. I know you have had the time of your life especially when you were surrounded by family & friends. We will cherish all the many memories we have made with you. All my love, Bonnie (daughter in-law, wife of Joe)
Gerri Krysiak left a message on January 18, 2024:
It is with a heavy heart that I have lost a very dear friend. Carol and I became friends when she hired me to do some window treatments for her. We instantly hit it off and became good friends. Throughout the years we stayed in touch and I helped her with some of her decorating needs, and she made some beautiful scarves for me, which I always treasured. When she had surgery (I believe it was her knee) I brought a couple dinners over for her and John, and she was always so gracious and kind, and very appreciative. She was a wonderful person and I will truly miss her with all my heart!
Krause Funeral Home & Cremation Services left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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