Lola Jean Castellari

CENTRALIA — Lola Jean Castellari, 92, of Centralia, passed away Tuesday, February 5, 2019, at Carlyle Health Care Center.

Lola was born June 5, 1926, the daughter of Andrew Foutch and Oma (Lowry) Foutch. She married Knute Castellari on August 14, 1946 in Cairo, IL and he preceded her in death on February 9, 1979.

Lola is survived by two daughters: Linda Root and husband Charlie of Walnut Hill, and Garnetta Klacsmann and husband Karl of Las Vegas, NV; five grandchildren: Ethan Toedte and wife Brooke of Jonesboro, IL, Liea Toedte of St. Louis, MO, Chadd Peters and Katie of Gulf Shores, AL, Cole Root and wife Marie of California, and Crue Root and Nikki of Centralia; six great grandchildren: Kysten and Knute Toedte, Lilly and Charlie Peters, Cash Root, and Zoe Prior; two brothers: Eddie Ray Foutch and wife Lora of Salem, IL and David Foutch and wife Deann of Centralia; two sisters: Amy Tucker of Centralia and Donnie Wooters of Glenridge; daughter-in-law: Marcia Castellari of Centralia; many nieces and nephews.

Lola was preceded in death by her parents: Andrew and Oma Foutch; husband: Knute Castellari; son: Louis Castellari; two grandchildren: Knute and Lauren Castellari; three brothers: Leo Foutch, Buddy Foutch, and Sonny Foutch.

Lola was a member of St. Mary’s Church in Centralia. In Lola’s younger years, she enjoyed square dancing. She also enjoyed spending time with her card club members and gardening in her flower garden. She was proud of each of her grandchildren and enjoyed watching them play sports as they were growing up. Most importantly Lola will be remembered for her helping hands. She would always help someone if they were in need.

Per her wishes, cremation rites will be accorded and no public services will be held.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Lola’s name to the Centralia Humane Society or to the St. Mary’s Church or School and will be accepted by the Sutherland-Garnier Funeral Home 235 North Sycamore Street Centralia, IL 62801 618-532-3523.

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