OBITUARY

Albert A Kauslick

January 12, 1932March 4, 2019

Albert A Kauslick, age 87, of Barberton, Ohio passed away on Monday, March 4, 2019.

Preceded in death by his first wife of 43 years, Rita Rosati Kauslick.

He is survived by his second wife of 19 years Alice Richey Kauslick; son Albert A III; daughter Carrie (Byron) Coombs; stepchildren Margaret (Bob) Herron, Jeff (Diane) Richey, Kathy (Jeff) Johnson, Kelly (Jeff) Moye; grandsons Michael and Ben Coombs; and sister Karroll Miller.

Albert graduated from Barberton High School and Akron University. He served in the U.S. Air Force in the Korean War and joined PPG. Subsequently, a career as a mechanical engineer at Terex, then Euclid-Hitachi allowed him to travel the world. From 1970 to 2000 he resided in Phoenix then Sun City, Arizona. He was a keen student of history, and observer of politics, and spent his best times here in Ohio fishing with his grandsons and enjoying Barberton chicken.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Albert’s memory may be made to the Veterans of Foreign Wars www.vfw.org Family will receive visitors on Sunday, March 10th, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM in the Rose Hill Funeral Home 3653 W Market St. Akron, OH 44333. Funeral Service Monday March 11th at 10:00 AM at St Nicholas Byzantine Catholic Church 1051 Robinson Ave. Barberton, OH 44203; prior to service calling hour from 9:00 – 10:00 AM.

Memories and condolences may be shared at www.rosehillbp.com

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, March 10, 2019
  • Visitation Monday, March 11, 2019
  • Funeral Service Monday, March 11, 2019
REMEMBERING

Albert A Kauslick

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Carrie Kauslick Coombs

March 15, 2019

My dad was interred on 14 March at Sunland Mortuary in Sun City AZ, next to my mom. He had an Air Force Honor Guard and was serenaded - as he requested - by a recording of the song “Danny Boy” (sung by the British boys’ choir of Guildford Cathedral - in respect of the strong bond of love he shared with his British- American grandsons, Michael and Ben). It was a beautiful day: bright sunshine in an azure blue sky, and a light breeze.

His illness took him quickly: 5 weeks from diagnosis to passing. As his priest Fr Miron (of St Nicholas Byzantine Catholic Church, Barberton) said, “Albert was fully in God’s grace when he died”.

Kathy Whyte

March 13, 2019

My fondest memory of Mr. Kauslick was walking down our Avenue in leafy London with our two children in a stroller. Passing 23 York Avenue, Al was standing outside hearing his midwest American accent stopped me immediately in my tracks. In a heartbeat we struck up a conversation.
My heart soared a tiny bit as he reminded me of my own Father who died suddenly when I was 12 years old, in looks and manners. We were equally thrilled to have found a common ground in the heart of SW London. He asked a barage of questions, seeing me with my two little Anglo Americans, like his own Grandsons. The next moment his booming American voice soared out directed towards the inside of his daughter Carrie’s house, ’ Hey Carrie....! There is an American young lady outside here you have to meet!’. Out of the house came my new friend Carrie!
It was the start of a longlife friendship. I am certain Al knew his daughter and I would become friends for life as we have so much in common. Most importantly, he knew his Carrie would not be alone in a foreign country here on, nor would I from the moment we were introduced by Al as whe knew we are kinderd spirits. ❤️🇺🇸❤️🇬🇧.
Thank you Al for introducing Carrie and I. You knew our meeting would be a golden friendship, with a twinkle in your eye.
God rest your soul🌱🌷

Sheldon Cohen

March 10, 2019

I've been blessed to have know Al for over 75 years. He was an exceptional person with a ready smile and a warm heart. I'll miss you, my dear friend and buddy.
Carrie--I wish you and your family peace and joy-filled memories. I will always remember the kindness and hospitality that you and Byron showed to me in England. Be well, and safe travels.
Sheldon Cohen

Henriette Pranger

March 10, 2019

I know my mother loved her brother. When I was young - well actually until my mom died - Uncle Albert would send her a humongous box of the best chocolate (Sees). We all enjoyed it during every Christmas. I gain some comfort knowing that he is with my mom and their parents. I wish that I was in Ohio now to be with family. He was loved. He will be missed. He will always be remembered. Riette (Antal) Pranger

Jack and Jan Rutherford

March 9, 2019

So sorry for your loss Albert. We hope all is going as well as is possible.

Thomas Schoenbeck

March 9, 2019

I remember my days in Phoenix before I went in the Air Force. Your son, Albert, and I were good friends, and remain so today. I remember coming to the house many times when you were there, and I always remember your presence around the house. Al has always spoken very highly of you as a dad and as a father, and I know that he has grown into quite the man because of you. I know you were a proud father of Al and Carrie, and you were a loving husband. Rest my friend.

Mary Ann Cooper

March 7, 2019

Our thoughts and prayer for strength, peace and love are with each of you.
Ed and Mary Ann

Albert Kauslick

March 7, 2019

you were father, teacher, example, and aspiration to me. I wouldn't be the man I am if it had not been for you. I will miss you very much.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY