Carol M. Klinetob – Times News Online

Carol M. Klinetob – Times News Online

Printed April 06. 2022 08:34AM

Carol M. Klinetob, 72, of Macungie, died peacefully April 1, 2022, soon after a decline from Alzheimer’s condition. She was the wife of Carl Klinetob for practically 50 years. Born in Glen Lyon, she was a daughter of the late Nello and Evelyn Roke.

She graduated from Newport Township Significant School in 1967 and then been given a Bachelor of Science degree in health care terminology at Wilkes Higher education. Following elevating their kids, she pursued a nursing occupation. She graduated from St. Luke’s College of Nursing in Bethlehem in 1999, receiving a BSN and MSN soon thereafter.

She was an energetic member of New Covenant Christian Local community Church. She was devoted to her faith and found a deep pleasure in staying with her church community, as effectively as in paying time with her young children and grandchildren, her lots of good friends and a lot of individuals she passionately cared for all through her time as an oncology nurse.

She is survived by her partner a son, Brian and his wife, Hannah daughters, Sarah and her husband, Kevin Lowe Emily and her spouse, Josiah Brice grandchildren, Matilda and Henry, Julia Lowe and Evelyn and Eleanor Brice siblings, Dr. Albert Roke and his wife, Cindi, Dr. Edward Roke and his wife, Jean Larry Roke and his spouse, Millie, Carl Roke and his spouse, Carol Ann, Marlene Kluger Christine and her spouse, Richard Evans and Dr. Marie and her partner, Jim Thomas several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by brothers-in-law, David Kluger and Mark.

Memorial donations may possibly be made to the New Covenant Christian Group Church, 21 E. Wide St., Bethlehem, 18018. To honor her memory the loved ones invitations you to consider baked products to a good friend or neighbor. She normally confirmed up in your corporation with a batch of her tasty chocolate chip cookies or product cheese cupcakes.

Solutions will be held midday April 6 at the Bachman, Kulik & Reinsmith Funeral House, 225 Elm St., Emmaus. A viewing will be held 11 a.m. to midday April 6 in the funeral home.