“Greatly Loved and Sadly Missed”: Carole (Schmidt) Treat-Rebert, 1939-2016

Carole Treat-Rebert from her online death notice.

Carole Treat-Rebert from her online death notice.

These days it seems most of my posts are about deaths. Another Koppelman-Schwarz relation passed away in March 2016: Carole Treat-Rebert.

Born Carole Margaret Schmidt in Baltimore to George Schmidt and Edith (Kraemer) Schmidt, Carole graduated from Mergenthaler Vocational-Technical High School in Baltimore in 1957 and attended Penn State University. She became a paralegal, a vocation she practiced for decades.

Her 41-year marriage to Edwin Francis Treat lasted until his death in 2004. Edwin, a veteran of the Korean conflict and a paratrooper, worked for many years in cemetery sales and management. They lived in the York area until he died.

Carole had five children with Edwin: Robert, Leonard, Edith, Holly and Sylvia. With her first husband, she had a daughter, Donna Hammen.

She left behind a sister, Jean Schmidt Fell, and many grandchildren. Their brother, Robert W. Treat, died in 2013.

Carole is inurned with Edwin Treat in Prospect Hill Cemetery, York, Pennsylvania.

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