Carroll Knoblock

July 19, 1940 - December 13, 2020

Carroll Sue Knoblock, 80, met her Lord and Savior on December 13, 2020. Born July 19, 1940, in LaBelle, to Annie and Lucien Knoblock. Carroll went to school in Nederland and graduated in 1958. She lived in Lake Charles, Louisiana, where she was a waitress at The Black Angus Steak House for over two decades. She returned to the LaBelle/Fannett area in the early 1990’s where she was a waitress and manager at Mae’s on the Bayou restaurant for over ten years.

Carroll was a member of St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church in Nederland and also at St. Mary Catholic Church in Fannett. She never met a stranger and always tried to see the good in everyone. Carroll loved playing bingo, visiting friends and cooking for her family. In her later years, she could always be found in her recliner coloring, playing with her grandchildren, or praying the Rosary.

Carroll is survived by her children, Susan Clubb and her husband, Barry, of Fannett; Rita Landry and her husband Jeff, of Lake Charles, Louisiana; Tricia Gentile, of LaBelle; James Quibodeaux of Sabine Pass; Tonya Harst of Groves; and Bridgett Quibodeaux and her wife, Tammy, of Lumberton; her adored grandchildren, Caitlyn Clubb of Fannett, Savannah Alford of Lake Charles, Louisiana, Jami Quibodeaux of LaBelle, Taylor Quibodeaux of Lake Charles, Louisiana, Courtney Harst of Groves, Breanna McGill of Nederland; Kayla Fontenot of Lake Charles, Louisiana, Christopher Young, Mikka Gortreaux, Britani Young, and Desiree Young, all of Jennings, Louisiana, Jaden Harst and Kadience Francois, both of LaBelle; and many precious great-grandchildren.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Annie and Lucien Knoblock; brothers, Eddie Paul Knoblock of Houston and L.J. Knoblock of Lake Charles, Louisiana; sisters, Marie “Sis” Doucet of LaBelle, Violet Dillon of Nederland, and Effie Anderson of Fannett; son-in-law, Kirt Gentile of LaBelle; and her beloved grandson, Cody Clubb of Fannett.

A Memorial Mass will be celebrated for Mrs. Knoblock at 11:00 a.m., Monday, December 21, 2020, at St. Mary Catholic Church, 9894 Gilbert Road, Fannett, under the direction of Broussard’s, 1605 North Major Drive, Beaumont. Her cremation arrangements were handled through Broussard’s Crematorium, Beaumont.

Memorial contributions may be made to St. Mary Catholic Church, 9894 Gilbert Road, Beaumont, Texas 77705 or to St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, 211 Hardy Avenue, Nederland, Texas 77627.

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Emile Boullion

Everyone loved Carroll. When I would run into old Black Angus Customers they would always ask, how is Carroll?

Scott Chatagnier

Carroll always greeted me with a smile everytime I got to see Her, She always excepted me no matter what, unconditional she was to me.. Everytime I got to see her with James She always joked about my crazy behavior. She will be missed

Courtney Harst

I love you mawmaw you will be missed you was my best friend

Brandy & Tony McMilian

Prayers for you and your family Tricia. Sending love and hugs.

Danielle Cherry

How much I will miss my friend of years and years can't be put into words. Remembrances of our meals exchanges, trips and kid raising together are huge flash backs. Love you Carol, Rest in Peace. My sincere prayers for Susan, Rita, Tricia, James, Tonya and Bridget.

Mindy Dunfee Perrodin

I met Carol at the Old Black Angus, she was loads of fun and like a second mom to me! We would celebrate our birthdays from June ( Her daughter Rita’s) Carol’s July 19 and mine July 20 th! Good times we all had! She wa loved by all! She was fun , outgoing and knew when to straighten things out! I will surely miss her! Love you Carol!!❤️ Mindy, Thank you for letting me be a part in your life!

Guy Landry

My Dear Carol, As tears fall from my eyes as I am writing this good bye comment I want everyone to know that she was indeed one of my best friends. She accepting me into her life over 5 years ago when I returned to my home h town in Nederland and we became neighbors. There was not a day went by that I spent time with her. She always had her door opened for her neighbors to visit with her. She filled many lonely days and nights for me. She loved her children dearly in her own special way. I am saddened that I did not spend as much time with her when she moved to Fannett. I did the best I could to continue our daily visits but work kept getting in the way. She always made time for myself and her friends and family...She was my rock when I needed one the most. And the last time I spoke with her I tried to be her rock as she knew her time was short.. Little it would be a few weeks later she would be gone forever. Thank you Carol for the times we shared you were my second mother and I will always hold you dear to my heart...As I set here writing this I am comforted knowing your at peace now and now with all the ones you love who had left you once before. Good bye my friend, Good bye Mom.

Gail Adams

Prayers for the entire family. Love and hugs being sent in this time of need.

Bridgett Quibodeaux

Mom iam going to miss u dearly I was ur baby. I will never forget u mom. U was my best friend. I know ur nt suffering anymore .life want be the same without u being here .mom. I will love u forever and u will be in my heart mom until we meet again .hv fun in heaven with ur siblings and kurt.