Carmelina Maria “Lina” Kohler, 81 of Vero Beach, FL passed away March 10, 2020.
Lina was born and raised in Gzira, Malta and had been a resident of Vero Beach, FL since June of 2000, coming from Suffolk, VA.
Lina was a member of St. Helen Catholic Church in Vero Beach. Prior to retirement Carmelina had worked for Chanel for 18 years.
Survivors include Lina’s beloved husband, John W. Kohler of 61 years; son, John W. Kohler, Jr. of Vero Beach, FL; daughter, Sandra Marie (Kevin Michael) Kohler-Guertler of Vero Beach, FL; sisters, Anita Hughes and Rita (Alan) Leaney, Kathy (Raymond) Galea and Emiriana “Connie” (Charles) Debono; brothers, Edwin (Mary) Caruana, Johnny (Rita) Caruana; sisters-in-law, Antonia Caruana, Aurelio (Maryann) Caruana and Antoine (Marlene) Caruana; grandchildren, Angelina (Judiah) May McRoberts and John W. Kohler, III and great-grandchildren, Nyleia McRoberts, Avah McRoberts and Amadea McRoberts.
Lina was preceded in death by parents, Luigi and Giovanna Caruana; brothers, Victor Caruana, Godwin (Marian) Caruana and brother-in-law, Jimmy Hughes.
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