Carol Struble Obituary, Death – Carol Annette Struble passed away peacefully in the confines of her own home in Altus, Oklahoma, on November 4, 2022. She was 59 years old at the time of her passing. In the Kincannon Memorial Chapel on the morning of Monday, November 14, 2022 at 10:00 AM, there will be a Celebration of Life held for the deceased. Members of the family and close friends will have the chance to express their opinions. The task of carrying out the cremation was given to Kincannon Funeral Home and Cremation Service to take care of.

She was born on June 17, 1963 in Fort Chaffee, Arkansas to parents named Dick “Terry” and Bonnie Frances (Donaldson) Rasco. Carol’s birthday was also June 17. She became accustomed to living in a variety of locations throughout her formative years as a result of the fact that her father held a position in the military. In 1981, Carol graduated from La Sierra High School in California, where she had attended previously, earning her high school diploma. During her time at Altus, Carol worked in a variety of restaurants, some of which included Araceli’s, Roma’s, Fat Daddy’s, and the Friendship Inn. Among these establishments was the Friendship Inn.

She had also worked at the Kincannon Funeral Home after the death of her father in an effort to provide assistance to individuals who were going through similar experiences of loss as she herself had gone through after the death of her father. When she passed away, she was working at Bar S, which was also the location where she had been employed. Carol was a devoted Christian who was actively involved in the local First Baptist Church in her community. She enjoyed her profession and the relationships she had made, but being able to help other people was the aspect of her life that gave her the most sense of fulfillment.

Before Carol Rosco’s departure, both of her parents, Terry and Bonnie Rosco, as well as her sister, Connie North, had already left this world. She is survived by her two sons, Robert Struble and Jared Struble; her three grandchildren, Savannah Struble, Jared Struble, Jr., and Mariah Struble; her brother, Scott Rasco; her three sisters, Sharee Means, Donna Barnes, and Karen Mantzke; and a large number of friends. In addition, she is survived by a large number of friends. In addition, she leaves behind a large number of friends.