Bonnie B. (Kitts) Roesel

Born: Sat., Jul. 22, 1939
Died: Wed., Oct. 24, 2018


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Bonnie B. Roesel age 79 of Ashland, passed away at the Brethren Care Village on October 24, 2018.

Born in Ashland on July 22, 1939 the daughter of Doris and Grace (Jones) Kitts, she had been an Ashland resident most of her life. Bonnie retired from National Latex after 30 years and had previously been employed at CRESCO.

Survivors include one son and two daughters, Phillip B. (Pam) Roesel of Nova, Linda Smith of Mansfield and Sharon (Eric) Anderson of Ashland. Six grandchildren also survive, Jeremy Roesel, Brad Roesel, Rachel (Brian Workman) Whitesel, Josh (Georgia) Anderson, Steve Durig and Chase (Tiffany) Anderson.

Nineteen great grandchildren and one brother, Danny (Connie) Kitts of Ravenna also survive.

Bonnie is preceded in death by her parents; three brothers Ronald Kitts, Donald Kitts and John Kitts; one son, Rick Roesel and one grandson in law Ernie Whitesel.

She enjoyed Knitting, Baking and Bowling.

A celebration of Bonnie’s life will be held at a later date.

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Anne (Long) Hershey
   Posted Wed October 24, 2018
So sorry for your loss-my prayers are with the family-Anne (Long) Hershey-Jeanne Roller best friend

Buffi Forbes
   Posted Thu October 25, 2018
Bonnie was such an amazing woman. When she came to BCV I told her she is not just my resident she is my family. I would bring my son in to visit her and they loved eachother so much. She would always ask me when I seen her at work "how is my boy". She will be greatly missed and will always remain close to our hearts.

Praying for you in this time of loss and grief.

Esther Kitts
   Posted Thu October 25, 2018
Being married to her brother Don for 57 years, I knew Bonnie quite well. In the 50's I always laughed at the way she loved to dance to Rock & Roll. She had tried to teach me but it didn't work. In later years she thoroughly enjoyed her crocheting and baking. I have many good memories of Bonnie. My sympathies to her children and grandchildren.

Kathy Oswalt
   Posted Thu October 25, 2018
Deepest sympathy your good friend Joanne Oswalt

Reta & Jim Rogers
   Posted Thu October 25, 2018
Linda, thinking of you during this difficult time. I am remembering your lovely mother when my mom was still out at Brethren Care. She always had a smile on her face and was most gracious.
Best wishes always to you and your family.

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