Jean Goslar

Dec 12, 1929 - Apr 01, 2021

Obituary

Lois Jean Marie Goslar, always known to others as Jean, was the daughter of Edward D. Goslar Sr. and Lena (Rosburg) Goslar. Jean was born December 12, 1929, on a family farm north of Berne, Iowa. That day was also her parent's 12th Wedding Anniversary, something Jean always mentioned whenever she...

Services

Apr 6

Visitation

Tuesday, April 6, 2021
10:00 am - 11:00 am

St. John's Lutheran Church

104 Birch St
Charter Oak, IA 51439

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Apr 6

Funeral Service

Tuesday, April 6, 2021
11:00 am

St. John's Lutheran Church

104 Birch St
Charter Oak, IA 51439

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Place of Rest

St. John's Lutheran Cemetery

Crawford County
Charter Oak, IA 51439

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Jean Goslar

December 12, 1929 - April 01, 2021

 
 

Tammy Martell April 9, 2021

CandleSending Our deepest condolences to all of Jean’s Family on behalf of my Grandmother, Ruth (Neddermeyer) Hansen and All Our Family. My Grandmother, Ruth always talked about Jean and would call her almost every week and talk for hours with her up until the day Jean was moved to a Nursing Home. My Grandmother was heartbroken when she got the news that Jean had passed away. She always mentioned how much Jean was always there for her and helped her so much with her kids. They had been very good friends since their school years and she will always treasure all her memories of Jean. She will truly miss her calls with Jean each week but she knows God has gained a beautiful Angel in Heaven and Jean is at peace with no more pain. RIP Jean, Thank you for being a great friend to my Grandmother through out all the years. You will be truly missed!

Elaine Vogt April 3, 2021

CandleRest in peace Jean. No more pain. Deepest sympathy to your siblings and extended family.

Elaine Vogt April 3, 2021

Sympathy to Jean s family. Rest in peace.

Arlis Sievers Jones April 2, 2021

Through my younger years when the large Goslar Family celebrated so many birthdays and holidays, Jean would be there as well. I so recall in the 50s when Aunt Jean and her sisters would get together and give Lilt hair perms to whoever dared to let them do it . . and it was usually me first. The smell was the first clue that perhaps something kinky was surely happening. After they’d finally get the Lilt rinsed out of my my thick hair and then let it dry, they’d say how cute my permanently frizzy hair looked . . and I believed them. Thank you Aunt Jean for the memories.

Jacki Anthony April 2, 2021

CandleSorry to see Ronnie list a sister
Thoughts and prayers for everyone

Herman and Nancy (Stepanek) Rosburg - Charter Oak April 1, 2021

So sorry to hear of Jean's passing after moving to Eventide. Our sympathy to everyone in her family. She was such a hard worker and cared for so many family members through the years. She will be missed.

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