Carol Elaine Ebert

Carol E. Ebert


FolderCarol Elaine Ebert was born February 13, 1944 to Lonna Jones and William Mylon in Susanville, California.  Carol went to heaven on Monday January 19, 2015.  She graduated from high school in Garber, Oklahoma in 1962.

Carol was married to her high school sweetheart Fred Ebert on July 27, 1963 and have been married a wonderful 51 years.  Carol was an employee of Edmond Public Schools for 37 years working at Orvis Risner and Edmond Memorial High School.  She cherished her time as a Bulldog with her co- workers and with all of the kids who worked for her as an aide.

Carol is survived by her husband Fred of Edmond, her daughter, Jennifer Helm and husband Alan of Frisco, Texas, her son, Scott Ebert and wife Jennifer, of Edmond, Oklahoma.  Grandchildren Beth Varnell of Carrollton, Texas, Brett Helm of Frisco, Texas, Cody, Caleb and Cameron Ebert of Edmond, Oklahoma.

She was proceeded in death by her father, mother, and her Step Father Chuck Jones.

Carols quick wit and infectious smile will be missed by friends and family alike.  Carol loved to watch her grandchildren play in their sports events. Fred and Carol traveled to tournaments to watch their grandchildren and cheer them onto victory. Her beloved OKC Thunder and Oklahoma Sooners will also miss her cheering for them as they were like her own children.   Everyone who knew of “Carol and Fred” loved to sit and visit.

Carol was a traveler of “crafts” each year traveling to “WAR EAGLE” to acquire the latest craft or to have Fred create it for her in his workshop. Carol was an avid Facebook and Pinterest user, needing a lot less tech support from her grandkids than Fred. She also loved her trips to the casino with Fred. In recent years, vacationing with family friends at the Gulf Shores beach each year.  Carol loved to sit and watch the ocean and people. Carol loved to be with people talking, laughing, gossiping, cooking, & “getting to know you.”  She made everyone feel welcome, loved, and special.

Visitation will be Wednesday and Thursday at Matthews Funeral Home.  Services to celebrate Carol’s life will be 10 a.m. Friday January 23, 2015 at Matthews Funeral Home at 601 South Kelly, Edmond.  Graveside services will be in Garber, Oklahoma at 2:00 PM.  To leave condolences for the family, please visit

10 thoughts on “Carol Elaine Ebert”

  1. Carol was a dear friend. I will never forget her smile and kindness when we worked together at Edmon Memorial High School.

  2. Glenn Crabtree

    We grew up together at Garber. Her and Fred were inseparable since we were kids. Deepest condolences to Fred and the entire family.

  3. The obituary is a beautiful tribute to Carol. May God wrap his arms around you and your family giving you strength, comfort and peace.

  4. Eric Laymon & Family

    My family and I want to express our deepest sympathy for your loss. We know she will be greatly missed.

  5. Valerie (Whaley) Parker

    I’ve known Mrs. Ebert since I attended Orvis Risner and Edmond Memorial High School…Can’t say enough about her personality…She was so caring about every person she came across…

  6. I’ve know Carol for the many years that we both worked at Memorial High School. She always had a smile for everyone no matter how many phones were ringing and copies needed to be made. Love to her family and and all those who cherished her friendsjip.

  7. I’m so sorry to hear of your loss. Mrs. Ebert was such a sweet lady – she was secretary at Orvis Risner when I was there and EMHS – as well as Scott’s mom! The family is in my prayers.

    Doug Neece

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