Caroline (Bosch) Schumacher Dahl, 81, passed away April 25, 2021 at Sanford Health surrounded by her family. Mass of Christian burial will be held 10:30 a.m. Friday, April 30 at Church of St. Anne, 1321 Braman Ave., Bismarck.
Visitation will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, April 29 at Eastgate Funeral Service, 2302 E Divide Ave., Bismarck. A rosary/vigil service will begin at 7 p.m.
Burial will be held at St. Mary’s Cemetery, Bismarck.
Caroline Bosch was born in Napoleon on September 10, 1939 to Joseph and Elizabeth Bosch. She married Frank J. Schumacher on November 4, 1957. They had three children, Joseph, Clara and Michael. They farmed near Napoleon before moving to Bismarck in 1969. Frank died in January 1981. Caroline married Leroy Dahl in December 1981. Leroy passed away in May 1993.
She held various jobs throughout the years. She worked for many years at the Baptist Home. She then worked at the Burleigh County Detention Center. She also worked for Home Health Care and enjoyed taking care of her clients. Her last job was with BPS as a bus monitor. She loved camping, dancing, playing cards, polka music and family time.
Caroline is survived by her three children, Joseph Schumacher, Clara Hoffman (Gerald) and Michael (Cindi) Schumacher, all of Bismarck. Grandchildren, Kelsey Schumacher (Ross Pritchet) and Kami Schumacher (Tanner Werkhoven), Valley City, Eric Hoffman (MB), Tori (Dustin) Goetz, Chad (Dara) Lein, and Nicholas Lein, all of Bismarck. She also leaves nine great-grandchildren, Gracelynn, Dunn and Krew Werkhoven, Graysen, Beckham and Maddox “Bubby” Goetz, and Dillon, Madison, Brayden and Easton Lein; and one brother, Roy Bosch, Bismarck.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husbands, Frank Schumacher and Leroy Dahl; three brothers, Joe, John and Carl; four sisters-in-law; and special friend, Pius Fischer.
The family of Caroline would like to thank the staff of Missouri Slope Assisted Living, especially Charles, for the wonderful care they gave her. A special thank you to the third-floor nurses at Sanford, Caitlin and Monica, and CNA Maggie, for their care and compassion during Mom’s last days.