Carolyn Klein

Funeral services will be held Friday, December 1, 2017, for Carolyn Klein, 88, of Langdon and formerly of Munich, who passed away on Monday, November 20, 2017, at Maple Manor Care Center in Langdon.

Posted 11/22/17

Carolyn Kathryne Faul Klein was born July 27, 1929, to Charlie F. and Carolina Seibel Faul at the family home. The Faul farm was southwest of Harvey in rural Schiller Township. She was the 11th child out of 17 in the C.F Faul family. She attended a country school, Harvey High School, Minot State and Tabor College in Hillsboro, KS. This schooling allowed her to teach at Harvey and Rosehill. She married Leonard Klein on September 3, 1952, at the Harvey MB Church.  They made their home 4 ½ miles north of Alsen. She helped her husband on the farm, cooked at Alsen School and managed the Alsen Café for many years. She accepted Christ as her Savior at approximately age 13. She was later baptized in Coal Mine Lake by Pastor Warkentin. Carolyn was active in the Rosehill M.B. Church, Salem Bible Church, Gideon’s women’s auxiliary, MCC, Christian Women’s and numerous other activities. She spent time with God and desired that her entire family knew God. Family was important to her and she was the proud mother of four children: CleoBeth (Friesen), LuWanda (Schroeder), Marwood, and Robin (Holcombe). Carolyn enjoyed visiting her children and grandchildren and prayed for them regularly. Life for her was not always easy. She was a very hard worker; she loved to bake, work with flowers, garden and can. Her overall health was good until 2016 when her health began to decline. Even so, she lived her life to the fullest.

Those preceding her in death were her parents, her grandson, Kenton Schroeder, and other family members.

Survivors include her husband, Leonard, of 65 years; children: CleoBeth Friesen (Dennis); LuWanda Schroeder (Richard); Marwood (Tammy); Robin Holcombe (George), grandchildren: Charity Frenzen (Jeremy); Shannon Friesen (Carrie); Wade Schroeder (Lauren); Kristina Schroeder; Ciara Peterson (Dan); Derek; Tia; Dustin Gilje; Dawson Kaufmann; Ashley Mott; Carly Mott; Taylor Holcombe; Joshua Holcombe; and Lydia Holcombe, great- grandchildren: Adam and Jacob Frenzen; Reed and Aleyx Friesen; Max, Haven, Jack and Jude Schroeder; Paisyn Peterson; Jessie and Kingston Gilje, and siblings: Linda Liebelt; Helen Fadenrecht; Benny Faul and LeRoy Faul.

Brooks Funeral Home of Langdon is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences available at