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Pixley Funeral Home

3530 Auburn Road, Auburn Hills, MI

OBITUARY

Carol Ann Kohler

January 11, 1946April 21, 2020

Carol Ann Kohler of Rochester Hills, MI passed away on April 21, 2020. She was born in Rochester, MI on January 11, 1946. She was the wife of Tim Kohler who predeceased her.

She is survived by her daughters Ellen Jones and Karen French; and her granddaughter Alicia Sarah.

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Rachel French

April 29, 2020

Karen's mom, as I called her, was always a very gracious hostess. She was warm, inviting, and just nice to talk to. This is very sad and I offer my sincerest condolences to her family and friends at this time.

Mike Reseigh

April 29, 2020

Mrs. Kohler was always very nice to us and let our band play in her barn. Her son Tim was a very good friend of mine and she always meant a lot to me and to all of us. Tim was my guitar player and friend for many years and Mrs. Kohler was always very helpful and kind. She helped us all to develop musically by letting us practice there and she was also very helpful in our later years. Will miss her. I'm glad I got to know her. My wife Jan and I sent our deepest condolences.

Kevin Kohler

April 29, 2020

I first met Carol before she married my older brother Tim . She came by often and was always so nice. Carol was gorgeous, always looked the best. Another very important fact, Carol was my moms favorite daughter in law , quite an achievement if you have ever met mom. Carol was so in love with Tim, it was great. She will be missed dearly.

Andrea Brandt

April 28, 2020

My Aunt Carol was definitely one of my favorite people, and I'll miss her a lot. She was close with my dad. I have many memories of playing cards with her, and hanging out at her house with my cousins.

My favorite memory was when she had Conan, a big Rottweiler who was super scary, and she told me that his growling and foaming at the mouth was because he wanted me to pet him. And he did. He really did!

My Aunt Carol was caring and kindhearted. She was always there to help if I needed it. I hope she's in a wonderful place now, with her other siblings who've also gone.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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