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Carol K. ...
Carol K. Kimerline
...Carol K. Kimerline
...Carol Kiess Kimerline, 65, of 1130 Rogers St., Bucyrus, died late Wednesday afternoon due to an automobile accident.She
was born in Bucyrus
to the late James Wilbur & Georgian (Weber) Kiess and was also preceded in death by a brother, W. Eugene Kiess and a grandchild, Caitlin Mary Hornung.
On June 11, 1960 Carol
married Charles W. "Butch" Kimerline, Jr.He
survives along with three children: Cheryl Hornung & husband Russell of Harrisburg, Penn.
, Charles Kimerline III & wife Kara of Bucyrus
, and Collette Shultz & special friend Marcus English of Bucyrus plus four grandchildren: Danielle & Abigail Hornung and Charles & Andy Kimerline.Two sisters survive: Mrs. Noel (Vivian) Bogan of Bucyrus and Mrs. Jack (Sylvia) Collins of Westerville, Ohio.She
is also survived by brothers-in-law & sisters-in-law: Nelfred & Janet Kimerline, Regieg & Kay Kimerline, and Mary Kiess, all of Bucyrus
and by numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces, amd great nephews..Carol graduated from Bucyrus High School in 1956 and received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Education from The Ohio State University in 1960.Following graduation Carol taught in Gibsonburg Schools and later worked as a substitute teacher for the Bucyrus School System.She more recently worked as a secretary at Bucyrus Road Materials, Inc. and BuEComp, Inc.She was an active member of Good Hope Lutheran Church where she served on various committees.She also served on the Children Services Board, had served in the PTO, was a life member of the OSU Alumni Association, a member of Kappa Delta Sorority and was a member and past president of Bucyrus Hospital Twig.Carol
enjoyed walking, was an avid OSU Buckeye fan, a regular Red Cross blood donor, enjoyed traveling with her
husband, working in the yard, relaxing at Lake Erie, reading, crocheting, knitting, and most of all, being a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and friend.