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Posted by Steve Hosler on June 20, 2021
Edith Hosler was a very dear friend to my mom Betty Hosler. Edith's husband Fred was my dad's brother. My mom [Betty] & dad [Bob] had incredible years as friends and family with wonderful memories with Edith [Louise as I knew her in my earlier years]. My mom and dad have since passed but Edith was a wonderful person and friend to my mom & dad. Edith brought love and happiness wherever she went and we will all miss her very much.
Steve Hosler
Posted by John Hosler on June 18, 2021
Edith Louise Hosler died on Friday June 11, 2021 at the Swedish Hospital in Denver, CO of natural causes. She was 97. Edith was born on December 21, 1923 in Flint MI. She graduated from Hurley School of Nursing to become a Registered Nurse (RN) at the close of WWII in 1945. She worked as an RN until 1973 at which time she began a new career teaching nursing. After a 58 year career, she finally retired in 2003. She relocated to San Diego, CA in 1970 and then to Denver, CO in 2005. She truly loved teaching and received several awards for her work. She loved her family dearly and was an inspiration to all. She particularly loved walking with her family on the beach near her home in Carlsbad, CA and watching the sun sink into the ocean at sunset. She would say “watch for the green flash just as the sea swallows the sun”. Edith was predeceased by her parents, Edith and Elwood, her husband Frederick to whom she was married for 29 years, her brother Lewis, her sister Joyce, and her son David. She is survived by her sons, John and Thomas, and her sister Alice, as well as, her grandchildren, Eric, Ryan and Hanz, and her great grandchildren, Ashton, Liam, Katrina, and Chase. Goodbye Mom, we will always love you.

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Posted by Steve Hosler on June 20, 2021
Edith Hosler was a very dear friend to my mom Betty Hosler. Edith's husband Fred was my dad's brother. My mom [Betty] & dad [Bob] had incredible years as friends and family with wonderful memories with Edith [Louise as I knew her in my earlier years]. My mom and dad have since passed but Edith was a wonderful person and friend to my mom & dad. Edith brought love and happiness wherever she went and we will all miss her very much.
Steve Hosler
Posted by John Hosler on June 18, 2021
Edith Louise Hosler died on Friday June 11, 2021 at the Swedish Hospital in Denver, CO of natural causes. She was 97. Edith was born on December 21, 1923 in Flint MI. She graduated from Hurley School of Nursing to become a Registered Nurse (RN) at the close of WWII in 1945. She worked as an RN until 1973 at which time she began a new career teaching nursing. After a 58 year career, she finally retired in 2003. She relocated to San Diego, CA in 1970 and then to Denver, CO in 2005. She truly loved teaching and received several awards for her work. She loved her family dearly and was an inspiration to all. She particularly loved walking with her family on the beach near her home in Carlsbad, CA and watching the sun sink into the ocean at sunset. She would say “watch for the green flash just as the sea swallows the sun”. Edith was predeceased by her parents, Edith and Elwood, her husband Frederick to whom she was married for 29 years, her brother Lewis, her sister Joyce, and her son David. She is survived by her sons, John and Thomas, and her sister Alice, as well as, her grandchildren, Eric, Ryan and Hanz, and her great grandchildren, Ashton, Liam, Katrina, and Chase. Goodbye Mom, we will always love you.
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Shared by Edith Duffy on June 27, 2021
I saw Aunt Louise last when my precious Grandfather Ed (Elwood) passed away. She was beautiful, cheerful and graceful. I never knew she went by Edith until the passed few years. I've gone by Edith my whole life..or Edie. I feel a real loss because I didn't get to see her again. I remember her always encouraging Grandpa to do his exercises and walk on his legs. I think she was like me and had two different Dad's throughout her life. The Dad of her youth was very rough around the edges to say the least, so was mine,(Louie).  The great news is that both of them were Saved and took Jesus as their Lord and Saviour. My Grandfather invited me to church while I visited him in Ohio. My Dad became saved after my daughter confronted him and told him he needed to be saved. So not only do we have our first name in common but we got to see our Dads change into better men while they were still alive. Aunt Nora Mae always told me Grandma Edith loved going to church and watching the baptism's in Kearsley Lake. I wish I had the opportunity to know my lovely Aunt Edith, maybe I will see her again in Heaven someday. Only Jesus knows...