Carol Mohl


Carol Mohl, 74, of Bismarck, ND, passed away surrounded by her loving family on April 7, 2024, at Sanford Health, Bismarck.

A Memorial Service will be held at 10:30 AM on Thursday, April 11, 2024, at Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church, Bismarck, ND.  The burial will follow at the North Dakota Veterans Cemetery.  The family will be receiving guests one hour prior to the service.

Carol Ann (McMahen) Mohl was born November 3, 1949, to Archie & Jessie (McAdoo) McMahen in Dickinson, ND.

Carol was raised on the family farm North of Werner ND where she attended grades 1-8.  Then she attended grades 9-12 in Halliday, ND, graduating in 1967.  On June 16, 1967, she married her lifelong partner, Norman Mohl.  They resided in Bismarck, N.D. most of these years. She loved gardening and flowers and made many jars of pickles over the years. They spent a few years enjoying camping and fishing. She loved to play Bingo at the Bismarck Eagles Club.

She worked at Woolworths for a few years, then she worked at Lincoln Oaks Nursery, followed by Basin Electric before lastly working for Kramer Agency, retiring in 2013.

She is survived by her husband of 57 years Norman; sister, Jane (Bryant) Kieson; brothers, Garry (Jane) McMahen and Earl (Jackie) McMahen; twin sister, Karen (Ervin) McConnell and sister, Darlene (Earl) Pelton; godchildren, Jessica (Brandon) Fassett, Troy McConnell, and Suzie Weisz; two great nephews, Willard Kieson & Walker Fassett; her beloved cats, Chloe & Buddy; and other nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Archie and Jessie; sister, Ethel Fern Steichen; brothers, Larry McMahen and infant brother, Archie Scott; niece, Denise Telkamp; brothers-in-law, Neil Hart and Thomas Steichen.

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Oh Gosh, so sorry to hear of Carol’s passing….. we have the fondest memories of meeting Norm & Carol at the Eagles back in the day when we were living in Bismarck. Lee was back from Vietnam & going to College at BSC, & I was working at Q&R Clinic, so we we were quite poor & on a budget, but we could meet up & play Bingo with Carol & Norman at the end of the week & share a drink together.
Always good fun & laughter. Sometimes ended up at their house as well. Very Nice Memories 😊

Sincerest sympathy to all the family of Carol. I do remember her from school in Halliday always thinking she was so pretty
God touch each of you with comfort at this difficult time

Norm, sorry for your loss. Such sad news. Many games of pinochle shared. She was so much fun and such a wonderful friend to Dustin and I. We think of both of you often.