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Roberta S. Lonsinger
April 9, 2023
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Roberta (Bobbie) Sue Lonsinger (Kohrman) went to be with Jesus April 9,2023 Easter morning at her daughter's home.
She was born November 29,1942 to John Kohrman and Rosella Kohrman (Shaw) in Uniontown, PA.
On April 2, 1961, she married Danny Lonsinger who preceded her in death. Also preceding her in death were her brother Tom Kohrman along with her parents John Kohrman and Rosella Kohrman (Shaw).
Surviving is her daughter Pamela Lynn Townsend (Steve), her son Robin Bruce Lonsinger, Granddaughter Cheree Del-Rae Gellinger (Jason), and Great Granddaughter Amryn Rachelle Townsend all in Logansport, IN. As well as her sister Georgetta Kohrman Nelson Frankfort, KY, and many nieces and nephews.
She loved Watching the Golden Girls, Touched by an Angel, Mama's family, All in the Family, Uncle Buck, and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. She loved music and Jesus! She also loved spending time with her loved ones!
She was a very loving woman who so many people loved and although she only had 1 granddaughter and 1 great granddaughter many called her grandma! She assisted coaching special needs with Danny her husband. She made lunches for special needs Track and Field days. She prepared holiday meals for nightshift at Woodlawn Center.
She helped her husband Danny clean the School Bus he drove to get ready for the school year. She loved her animals, being outside, planting flowers, taking walks, sitting on her swing in her yard, singing, crocheting, making huge meals for her family, going to Indiana Beach and places and talking to new people She didn't know a stranger.
While she was staying with her daughter Pam the last months she also loved eating chicken wings Pam would make for her.
Memorial contributions maybe made to Cause for Paws or the Logansport Animal Shelter because of her love of animals