In loving memory of

Christine Ann Kohler
November 2, 1928 - June 10, 2019

Christine Ann Kohler departed this life on June 10, 2019. She was born November 2, 1928, in Hamilton, Ohio to Herbert F. Jones and Rose Engbersen Jones. The family relocated to Broward County Florida in November 1968.

She will be welcomed into heaven by her beloved husband Jack W. Kohler, her parents Herbert and Rose Jones, her sister Mary Virginia White, her daughter Denise R. Kohler and her granddaughter Amanda C. Kohler. She leaves behind those who love and will continue her legacy- her son Michael Kohler (Dianne) and daughters Debbie Langston (Jim) and Saundra Greenough(Bill). She is also survived by her grandchildren Christopher Kohler, Nathaniel Kohler, Tiffany Padrino, Jack S. Kohler, Christian Greenough, and Andrew Greenough and their respective families and her brother in law Eugene (Dorothy) Kohler and nieces and nephews.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 9:30 am on Saturday, June 15, 2019, at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church in Lighthouse Point, FL. She will then return to Hamilton, Ohio to be laid to rest at St. Stephen's Cemetery with her husband, parents, sister, brother- in- law.

The family would like to extend their sincere gratitude to the staff and caregivers at VIP Care Pavilion in Margate, FL and VITAS for their care, kindness, and respect displayed to our mother over the past eight years.

If so inclined, donations may be made to VITAS Community Connection, which assists local families to honor loved ones in need of hospice care.


Izetta wrote on Jun 27, 2019:

"To the friends and family of Chrisitine A. Kohler: Please accept my sincere condolences. When anxieties & pain of losing a loved one consumes, may knowing the comfort and support of God soothe your heart.- Psalms 94:18,19 Sincerely, Izetta"

Phyllis Ackerman wrote on Jun 12, 2019:

"My heart is with the family at this difficult time.There are so many memories of the Kohler household growing up as teenagers. Mrs Kohler was always so welcoming to everyone and I remember the fun pool parties. My parents always had a deep respect for the family and especially Mrs K. She is at rest."