Carol A. Raichert - Morris Nilsen Funeral Chapel

April 27, 1947 - December 31, 2022

Carol A. Raichert age 75 of Bloomington. Preceded in death by husband, Harold "Butch" Raichert; sister, Gloria Anderson and parents, Walter and Hildegard Braunworth. Survived by sons, Robert (Yolanda) and Brian (Gena); grandchildren, Brian Jr., Ryan, Isabella, Dylan, and Jaret; siblings, Walter Braunworth Jr. and Arlene Schwarz and other loving family and friends.


  1. Karen Dahl says:

    Bob, Yolanda and family,
    I am so so sorry to see that Carol has passed away. She was a very kind woman who I shared many awesome conversations with. I know she loved you guys and the kiddos very much. Please know we are thinking of all of you at this time. Please take care! Love the Dahl Family

  2. Michele Kamleiter says:

    My deepest condolences to Bob, Brian, and families. I will always remember Aunt Carol’s gentle, kind spirt and the loving care she demonstrated to all, especially children. I treasure many cherished memories of her and Uncle Butch. I know she missed him greatly and take comfort knowing they are together again. Sending love and hugs, Michele and Mariel

  3. Mary/Neil Alexander, Woodbridge, Virginia says:

    Brian, Gena, and extended family. Please accept our deepest condolences on the passing of your dear mother, mother in-law, and grandmother Carol. I had the pleasure of meeting her years back on one of her trips to Texas when we were visiting from Virginia. She was a joy to converse with, and we shared stories about each others family and our children. She was truly a sweet person; I’m glad I had the opportunity to meet her. May all of your special memories keep her spirit alive in your hearts forever…she’ll just be a memory away. All of you are in our thoughts, and prayers during this time in your lives.

  4. Orlando Aragon says:

    On behalf of the Aragon Family, I extend my deepest condolences to our son- in-law Bob and all of Carol’s family. Carol was a good Grandmother, and a very nice person. On many occasions when visiting Bob and Yolanda, she was always happy to see us. I remember when Carol and Butch came to Colorado. She was so delighted when we drove by Pike’s Peak. She told us that when she was young, she and her family drove to the top of the mountain. It was just so much fun to visit with her and Butch. We will be forever grateful to have known this wonderful lady. Sending thought, hugs and prayers.
    Orlando and Bonnie Aragon Family.

  5. Nola Fortner says:

    Carol was a true friend. She was always ready to help and be there when I needed her. I miss her.

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