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Rosemary  J. Stoll
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ROSEMARY J. STOLL, 93, of Greeley, Colorado and formerly of Springfield, passed away at Meadowview of Greeley on Tuesday, June 27, 2017, surrounded by her loving family and caregivers. She was born on August 4, 1923 in Springfield, Ohio, the daughter of the late Charles Albert and Mary Ernestine (Teach) Slagle.

Rosemary graduated from Springfield High School where she was very active in drama and art in high school. She was a member of Job’s Daughters and was Queen of the Bethel. She attended The Ohio State University and worked for Ohio Bell Telephone in Springfield during World War II.

In 1945, Rosemary married William (Bill) Jacob Stoll at Story Hypes Methodist Church, becoming the wife of a Navy officer. Following the war, Bill attended University of Cincinnati Law School while Rosemary worked for Crosley as a statistical typist. Bill first began practicing law in Dayton, Ohio before establishing his law practice in Springfield at which time they moved with their first daughter, Jennifer, to South Vienna. Two more children joined the family, Jeannette and Bill.

Rosemary devoted her life to her family, friends, and her faith. She became very active in the South Vienna community joining the local garden club, churchwomen’s groups, school parent associations, and the Ohio Wool Growers. Her leadership roles included directing the church Children’s Choir, serving as a Deacon and representing the church as a delegate to the Ohio Methodist Conference in Lakeside, Ohio.

She was devoted to her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. In 2011, after her husband, Bill, passed away, Rosemary moved to Greeley, Colorado to be near her two daughters. She embraced her Colorado life where she made many new friends through Eldergarden and by attending St. Mary Catholic Church. She moved to Meadowview of Greeley, where she actively participated in activities and sing-alongs all the while capturing the hearts of many of her caregivers. Rosemary had the knack of making others feel extra special and important.

She is survived by her three children and spouses, Jennifer and Jeff Davis of Greeley, Colorado, Jeannette (J.J) and Bill Kaelin of Monument, Colorado and William J. and Shauna Stoll II of Greensboro, North Carolina; and a sister -in-law Barbara Stoll of Zanesfield, Ohio. Also surviving are seven grandchildren, Jeffrey (Maya) Davis, Justin (Bailey) Davis, Michelle (Danny) Benet, Matthew Stoll, Adam Kaelin, Jennifer (Jeff) White, and Kelli (Robby) Robinson; ten great grandchildren, Brook, Nathan, Tristan, and Grace White, Alexa and Chase Robinson, Caden Benet, Eli and Leah Davis, and Asher Tanis Davis. In addition to her husband, Bill, she was preceded in death by three brothers, Charles, John and William Slagle.

Rosemary’s funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, July 6, 2017 at the United Church of South Vienna with Pastors Scott and Karen Griswold officiating. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service. Burial will be in South Vienna Cemetery.

Contributions in Rosemary’s memory may be made to the United Church of South Vienna, 227 E. Main St., S. Vienna, OH 45369 or the Alzheimer’s Association Miami Valley Chapter, 31 W. Whipp Rd., Dayton, OH 45459.

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United Church of South Vienna

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South Vienna, OH 45369





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United Church of South Vienna

227 E. Main St.
South Vienna, OH 45369

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South Vienna Cemetery

South Vienna, OH


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