Carol A. Stiehler, 75, of \nKarns City, Pennsylvania, passed away on March 10, \n2022 at her residence. \n\nShe was born June 14, 1946 in Petrolia, Pennsylvania \nto the late Kenneth W. Rumbarger and the late \nDorothy C. Seybert Rumbarger. \n\nCarol worked as an Investigative Inquiry Assistant \nfor US Investigative Service, Inc., retiring in \n2016, after 38 years. She enjoyed crocheting, and \nmonthly luncheons with her lifelong girlfriends. \nCarol especially loved spending time with her \nchildren, grandchildren, and great-grandson. Her \nmost cherished memory is making and decorating \ncookies at Christmas with her grandchildren.\n\nCarol is survived by her daughter, Terri L. (Chris) \nMyers of Karns City, PA; son, Bobby (Kristin) \nStiehler of Karns City, PA; five grandchildren, \nErich (Kristen) Myers, Cole Myers, Chloe (fiancee \nSpenser) Myers, Madyson (Jared) Ickes, Michael \nStiehler; great-grandson, Kason Myers; two sisters, \nKay (Jerry) Stonebraker of Fenelton, PA, Marilyn \n"Sis" Rantilla of Sharpsville, PA; brother, Rick L. \nRumbarger of Butler, PA; and a number of nieces and \nnephews. \n\nIn addition to her parents, she was preceded in \ndeath by her sister, Beverly June Rumbarger; and her \nbrother, Ken Rumbarger.\n\nFriends will be received Sunday March 13, 2022 from \n1 to 4 p.m. at Thompson - Miller Funeral Home, Inc., \n124 East North Street Butler, PA., Where funeral \nservices will immediately follow visitation at 4:00 \npm with Rev. Dr. Dennis L.Krajacic, officiating.\n\nIn lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made \nto American Cancer Society, 320 Bilmar Dr., \nPittsburgh, PA 15205.