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Pearl Kohn

September 28, 1925 - December 4, 2015
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Pearl Kohn, age 90, formerly of Rural Reeseville, died on Friday, December 4, 2015 at Charleston House in Beaver Dam. Private inurnment will be held at Trinity Lutheran Cemetery in the Town of Lowell, Dodge County, Wisconsin. Pearl Ruby Helen Grimm was born on September 28, 1925 in Hartford, Wisconsin to Gerhard and Helen (Schultz)Continue Reading

Jermaine Breslow left a message on December 19, 2015:

Barb, Maribeth and families. Our sympathy on the loss of your mother Pearl. I use to see her at Kohls and the last time I saw her she mentioned she was living at Charleston House. She was always one sweet cousin whom I loved to visit with. Now I myself have not been able to get around much due to health issues. That is how life turns out in the Senior Years! May God Bless & keep u in His arms during this difficult time. Love, Jermaine (Schultz) & Lloyd Breslow

Karen Kohn-Knueppel left a message on December 9, 2015:

Thinking of you in the loss of your mother. She was a great woman.

Bill Fashun left a message on December 9, 2015:

Maribeth & Mark, I just read of your moms passing. God bless you in these stressful times. It's been a long time, I hope other things are well with the 2 of you.

Jennifer Ryan left a message on December 9, 2015:

My sympathies to your family. I worked in the Activity Department at Hillside Manor and met Pearl when she volunteered. She was always a ray of sunshine. I have fond memories. Take care - Jennifer Ryan

Lois Bennett left a message on December 8, 2015:

Barb, Maribeth and families. My Sympathy on the loss of your dear mother Pearl. And she was a pearl. I met Pearl September of 1969 when we both started working as nurses aides at Beaver Dam Care Center. We remained friends ~ enjoyed going out to eat and attending a few plays together, etc. I was happy when she finally said "yes" to becoming a volunteer at Hillside Manor, which, as you know, she enjoyed very much. She often thanked me for asking her. Last Wednesday December 2, she joined the First Lutheran ladies ~ Gail, Sheryl and me in the Great room at The Charleston House for a Christmas sing-a-long. She always called us the "church ladies". She sang a long and she said she had a wonderful time. Afterwards when we were back in here room she told me I should look at all the blossoms on the african violet that I gave her. She said it made her happy to see all the pretty pink flowers. I have so many wonderful memories of her and will really miss my dear friend Pearl.

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Betty Ewert left a message on December 8, 2015:

Pearl and I volunteered together at Hillside Manor, we became friends and kept in touch even though I moved to Mississippi. She was so very proud of her family. I loved her sense of humor, we had a good time. I will miss her terribly. My regards and sympathy to her family. Betty Ewert (Glamann)

Susa;n Luckow left a message on December 8, 2015:

My thoughts and prayers are with your whole family at this time. I remember seeing your mom at the Charleston House years ago when we took students there for piano recitals. Susan Luckow

im neuenschwander left a message on December 7, 2015:

I am sory for your loss when she lived in reeseville my dad used to mow her lawn until he died then I took over

Sandra left a message on December 6, 2015:

So sorry for your loss! Pearl was one of my mother's (Marcella "Susie" Franke Dewitz) friends. I think I have a couple of pictures of them together. My sympathy to you!

Linda Ruby left a message on December 6, 2015:

I'm going to miss Pearl's smile & laughter that I had grown to love throughout the many years I've known her. I introduced Pearl to my mother at the Charleston House & would visit Pearl when I was visiting my Mom. Our condolences to Pearl's family, she will be missed by many.

Koepsell Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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