Karol J. Ally

July 27, 1939 ‒ October 14, 2020

Bellville, Ohio

BELLVILLE: Karol J. Ally, 81, of Bellville passed away at home Wednesday, October 14, 2020, following a brief illness, surrounded by her loving family.

The daughter of John and Evelyn (Shrader) Kochheiser, Karol was born July 27, 1939 in Mansfield. As a teenager she first met Lester Ally.  The two were married in 1956.

A devoted wife and mother, Karol’s attention and focus was on raising her children.

Healthy, vibrant and a little sassy, Karol had a great sense of humor.  She rarely missed bingo night and just a few years ago enjoyed a trip to Las Vegas.  She loved playing the penny slots.

A country music fan, she enjoyed listening to classic country artists and Chris Stapleton as well.  She also liked listening to Elvis Presley.

Hard working and very active, Karol was always outside tending to her flower beds, watching her hummingbirds or playing with great grandchildren.

She is survived by her children Tam Ally of Mansfield, Tim Ally, Todd Ally, Tom Ally, and Tonya (Chet) Walker all of Bellville; grandchildren Kayla (Luke) Goodman, Kimberly Kindt, Terra (Jerry) Pohanka, Serra (Robbie) VanZandt, Christopher Kindt (Haley Wiley), Tia Ally, and Seirra Wilson; 12 great grandchildren; brothers Richard (Marilyn) Kochheiser of Bellville and Gary (Nancy) Kochheiser of Newark; niece, best friend and gambling buddy Karen (Leroy) Fry; long time family friend Ray Brown.

Along with her parents she was preceded in death by her husband Lester Ally and best friend Nancy Arnold.

A memorial gathering celebrating Karol’s Life will be held on Sunday, October 25, 2020 from 1-3 p.m. at the Bellville Snyder Funeral Home, 81 Mill Road, Bellville.

Contributions in her memory to Dayspring Assisted Living, may be made at the funeral home.

Snyder Funeral Homes is honored to serve Karol’s family and encourage you to share a fond memory or message of condolence to them at SnyderFuneralHomes.com

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  • Our deepest sympathy to all her family. She always had a smile with a happy attitude. She will be sadly missed .

  • Condolences to the entire family. I always enjoyed visiting Karol when I came back home from Texas to visit my Mom in Mansfield. She always had a smile and could make me laugh. I will miss seeing her.

  • Bill & I want to let you know we’re thinking of you and want to express our deepest sympathy in the loss of your loved one.
    Praying God gives you peace and showers you with His consolation.

  • So sorry to read about Karol i met her at bingo when she found out my name was Carol Kochheiser and my late husband was Richard. We had fun with that If my name was called for anything at bingo she would raise her hand. Very nice lady

  • I was saddened to hear of Karol’s passing she had a real zest for life ,a fun person who made the best of everything she put her mind to .
    And loved her flowers , children and grands .
    She will be missed by many
    Peace and comfort to you all

  • Our Condolences to the family She will be miss by many,she always had that smile of hers and loved her kids and grandchildren and her flower beds and her Bingo, her and your dad loved Vegas when they came out to visit.

  • My deepest condolences to all our family!
    Aunt Karol was such a sweet, beautiful soul and was so full of life! She was a very giving person that loved her family, flowers and bingo. Her smile would brighten the room.
    She will be missed by so many! Rest In Peace!

  • My mom was so close to your parents..your mom was a gentle and loving woman who treated us lije we were special to her…love you all!

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