Barbara K Fosler
March 29, 1928 – June 11, 2018
Barbara K. Fosler, 90, of Rockford passed away peacefully on Monday June 11, 2018. Born March 29, 1928 in Janesville, WI. She found enjoyment in sewing, knitting and crocheting. She worked in retail at various places including Ben Franklin, Giant Store and B. Sanfield’s . She married Leonard Koroll and they had 3 sons together. She was later married to Frank Guler and after his passing Alan Fosler.
Survived by her sons, Steven (Cathy) Koroll, Michael (Tammi) Koroll, Daniel Koroll; step-daughters, Cathy Eissens, Wendy (Wendell) Thompson; grandchildren, Jason (Erin) Koroll, Heather Koroll, Scott Koroll, John (Stephanie) Koroll, Jeffrey (Stephanie) Durham, Ryan (Canduss) Conell; great-grandson, Camden Connell; sister, Frances (Raymond) Johnson. Predeceased by her parents; husbands, Frank Guler and Alan Fosler; step-daughter, Debra Durham; special cats, Baby, Dolly and Frosty.
Special Thanks to the Staff of Comfort Keepers and Wesley Willows for their loving care.
Memorial Graveside Service to be scheduled at a later date at Sunset Memorial Gardens. Per Barbara’s wishes cremation rites have been accorded.
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Barbara K Fosler
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July 25, 2018
These are some of the things I think of when I think of Barbara;
Barbara was a very talented person. She was very interested in the world news and politics and watched the news channel most of the time.
Barbara at one time worked in her sister-in-law's fabric store making pageant dresses for childrens beauty pageants in the area.
She was into house plants and nurtured many types. Barbara liked to try new things in cooking, and one time made fried squash blossoms!
She made home made soap and picked wild berries when she lived in the south.
I remember her as a cheerful and faithful companion to her husbands. She hosted Christmas Eve parties for years. She enjoyed jigsaw puzzles
with many pieces and framed some of her favorites.
She was close to her sister and remembered their mother fondly. She loved her sons and their families and grandchildren.
She also loved her cats very much.
She was happy to marry her high school friend after each had raised their families and they reconnected.
She will be missed very much.
Karen Guler, daughter-in-law
Valerie Johnson Renk
June 14, 2018
Aunt Barbara was a very smart woman who always made time to talk to my Mom and was a good sister to her. She will be missed.