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Rosalie King, a Burbank resident since 1941,...

Rosalie King, a Burbank resident since 1941, was honored by friends

and family in celebration of her 90th birthday.

A buffet lunch was hosted by her children, Carol and Ken Barnhart

and Carleen and Jim Kent, and was at the home of her grandchildren,


Shelley and Jim Barnhart.

She was surprised by the attendance of her longtime friends from

Glendale High School, Katherine and Willy White; grandchildren, Stacy

and Dave Jones and Carol Nolan, who came from Houston; and artist,


Kalmon Aron, who had painted her portrait nearly 52 years ago.

Seven of her eight grandchildren and 11 of her 18

great-grandchildren showered her with gifts and affection.

John Joseph Fowler of Bur- bank celebrated his 90th birthday with

a family dinner. He was born Jan. 2, 1913, in Loda, Ill.

In 1939, he married Genevieve (Jenny) Anderson and they settled in

Paxton, Ill. The couple and their children, Evelyn and Carl, moved to

Burbank in 1952.


Attending the dinner party was his daughter, Evelyn, and husband,

Roger Cusumano; granddaughter, Julie, and her husband, Steve Sherlag,

and great- granddaughter, Sophia, and grandson, Tony Cusumano, and

wife Cheryl and great-grandchildren, Bailey, Hannah and Haleigh. Also

attending was his son and daughter-in-law, Carl and Pam, with their

son, John, and his wife, Mary; great-granddaughters, Rebecca and

Natalie; granddaughter, Jennifer, and husband Greg Kuhn and

great-grandchildren, Joey and Kayla Kuhn.