Carol L. Bosserman

May 20, 1941March 16, 2020

Carol L. Bosserman, 78, of Fort Wayne passed away Monday, March 16, 2020 at Parkview Regional Medical Center. Carol was born May 20, 1941 in Fort Wayne a daughter of the late Kenneth and Dorothy (Lipp) Bell. She married Robert Bosserman August 6, 1960. She was a member of St. John Lutheran Church where she was involved in the Wellspring Children’s Ministry, the Wednesday night community dinners, and her circle bible study group. She loved her time in Bible Study Fellowship, she was a prayer warrior. Carol was the family rock whose love of God and her family knew no bounds. She was a selfless and giving person. Surviving is her husband of nearly 60 years, Robert Bosserman; daughters, Phyllis Gobrogge of Auburn; Denise (Todd) Johnson of Spencerville; and Michele (Chuck) Martin of Edgewater, FL; grandchildren, Marie; Melissa; Chad; Matthew; Dorothy; Bobby; and Kaitlin; two great-grandchildren; sisters, Kathy Felsinger; Linda (Mike) Worthman; and Debra VanAman. She was preceded in death by her parents and brother-in-law, Tom VanAman. A public Celebration of Life service will be scheduled at a later date once the national health emergency is over. Burial in St. John Lutheran Cemetery.


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Linda Worthman

March 26, 2020

My beautiful sister, Carol. I remember her sitting in front of her vanity fixing her page-boy getting ready for her date with Bob. She would look out the upstairs bedroom window looking for his car. As a 10 year old I thought she was the most exciting person - dating a college boy, listening to rock-and-roll, having girl-friends over for for sleepovers and our dad bringing home “power hamburgers” late at night when he got off work. I would lay in my bed and listen to them laughing, eating and having so much fun.
As time passed, Carol became a servant in a “serve-me” world. Becoming a servant was a choice that she chose. Carol lived by the verse, “Lord, please use me today to serve and bless another human being.” She was a blessing to her growing family, Bob, sisters, nieces/nephews and her never-ending work for the church. Through her example of “servanthood” Carol was there to help and bring comfort to each one of us. Not “good-by”, we will see you again in Heaven my beloved “beautiful” sister.

Christine Watson

March 19, 2020

I will never forget Carol’s support when I was going through treatment for breast cancer. Carol sent me a package that contained everything I needed to get through my treatments. She was a shoulder to lean on and I am forever grateful.

Becky Beery

March 18, 2020

Bob and family, my heart is broken on hearing the loss of Carol! Carol was my co worker at New Haven Print, she was a friend to me! So many wonder memories I hold so dear. She helped me through the loss of my son and my dad! Always praying for me and all of us at NHP, she was our pray warrior! We shared many prayers together over many sad times! She came to my retirement party and so thankful to God for allowing our paths to cross! God bless you all at this time of loss of such a wonderful wife, mother, grandma and friend! I will see you in Heaven my friend!

Niki Worthman

March 18, 2020

Two years ago around this same time, I was going through some bad things, probably one of the hardest times of my life. When out of the blue, Aunt Carol texted me and said your name has been coming to me over the last few days and I just want to check on you, call me. So, I did. I never figured out how she knew I needed her support but I also was not surprised because she is just amazing like that. I will miss her smile (which touched her eyes), her humor, her wisdom, her cooking, her smell, her touch, her generosity, and all of her loving ways. She is simply the best! Little known fact, her home phone number is one of two I have memorized. I wish I could call her right now and say I love you Aunt Carol and thanks for being so amazing.