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Shirley F (Meuwissen) Kohls 1925 - 2013

Shirley F (Meuwissen) Kohls

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September 01, 2013
She was one of my regulars at Channel Bowl Cafe - my brother Jake shined her shoes at the Sportsman Barber shop, she treated me to her cabin in Tenakee and fishing. She was a sharp mind and remembered everything.

Last time I saw her was in Anchorage - we had a nice game of cards and chit chatted about everyone.

I will miss her.
August 30, 2013
Miss you Shirley
August 30, 2013
I will long remember the many years she sat my siblings and I. She would take us either to her cabins at Lena Loop and Spuhn Island or ours for picnics, walks on the beaches and overnights. She once took me to the Juneau Airport to “help” launch a weather balloon. At age three, I caused her considerable panic, when I climbed out of the car at the Lena Point dump to pet the nice big black dog, which was actually a black bear. She took us fishing, kept a watchful eye on us when we skied and gave us much thoughtful advice about our career and educational choices. She was truly a fine woman, we will miss her.
August 30, 2013
Shirley, I will treasure my visits with you. We would be running in opposite directions and stop to talk. Once you sent a bill for several hours services that read - NO CHARGE. A smart, witty, and compassionate woman, a friend. I will never forget you.
August 30, 2013
What a wonderful lady!! We were friends for a long, long time and often even agreed on the issues of the day.Ha! She had a warm heart, quick mind and gentle approach to life. She was an inspiring presence around town. Shirley will be missed by a great many people.
August 30, 2013
Shirley always had an open office during my visits to Juneau. We could talk longer than we should have about any topic, sometimes disagreeing with smiles on our faces. When I lived in Juneau we had similar conversations on the deck at Augustus Brown Pool. What a feisty gal.
August 29, 2013
RIP Shirley. It was a pleasure to know you. Thank you for sharing Tenakee, card games and coffee. I will never forget you.

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This picture of Shirley is Christmas, 1966 at Chaska, MN.  She was a bright light where ever she went and she will be missed!

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