Carol A. (Johns) Kohser

1957 - 2022



Carol A. Kohser, 64, of Kittanning, passed away Friday, January 28, 2022 while in the company of family, at Armstrong County Memorial Hospital. Carol was born in Pittsburgh on July 10, 1957, a daughter of the late Amelia (Bruno) and Charles H. Johns, II. Carol had worked for many years in the accounting department for JCPenney Shared Services Center in Salt Lake City, UT. After moving to the Kittanning area, Carol started her own business doing medical billing for a number of doctors in...

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Roxanne Krause

February 3, 2022 6:38 PM

I will truly miss Carol. I also live I. Whitesburg where she lives.  I can see her house from mine.  Her and I swam together at the YMCA in Kittanning on Mon, Wed, and Fri.  We rode together every. I day evening and went to paint class at the Slate Lick church.  At Easter she came to my house and helped me fill over 100 eggs with candy and money for my grandkids.  She stayed at my house with my Border Collie Dolly for a whole week when we went to the Outer Banks last summer.. every time she came over she had a treat or toy for Dolly.  She went with 7 other girls to the North Beach in September 2021.  She had a great time playing card games in the evening.  She was a hoot.  Will truly miss her. Rest In Peace Carol.

Cathy Gialloreto

February 3, 2022 2:12 PM

I have known Carol for at least, 40 years. I will miss her kindness and helpfulness,
to anyone she met. I will miss her friendship and laughter, her love of animals and her painting expertise.

Cathy Gialloreto

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Jill Cavalero

February 2, 2022 9:19 AM

I will so miss Carol. She came to the American Legion Post and helped out in so many ways. She later joined the Jefferson Grange and helped there. She painted the animals used in our display at the Butler Fair. She was so happy to show pictures of her family competing at their fair. She will be missed by all of us. My prayers are for God's comfort for her family during this very sad time.  

Karen Miccolis

February 2, 2022 8:51 AM

My sincerest condolences for you, family and friends at this time. You have my deepest sympathy and support. Wishing you peace, comfort, and lots of love at this time of sorrow. My heart goes out to you at this difficult time.  


January 31, 2022 8:46 PM

I miss you ,Carol. You were the bedrock of my psychology practice for over two decades. I could trust you explicitly. You see your own hours, and had access to my home. I hung your paintings on my wall, and was the recipient of your generosity: handmade blankets for my grandchild and presents for occasions. You and I expected to continue together until I was no longer in practice, and I certainly never considered this as our ending. I miss you, Carol. Your integrity, wit, competence, and loyalty will always be remembered. You are family.

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