Otho Kisling

Kisling, Otho

Sorry to hear of your Father's passing. Even when you know it is near, it is still hard. Death is just so permanent. Our thoughts are with you all. Your Dad was a very special person and so nice and considerate to my Mother.
From all of us at The Breadboard -- we will truly miss Otho! He was a very special person and a wonderful man.
Had coffee with otho several times at the pitstop & mcdonalds over the years. enjoyed those times & He will be missed. Condolences to the family.
Otho was one of the true GOOD GUYS and will be missed by many. We have so many fond memories of him - many revolving around RHS sports. When high school girls were shedding tears over basketball losses (mainly to Lovell)in the 60's I think he wanted to cry along with us. Years later we also appreciated his sound advice on paint colors when we built our first home - I would have regretted avocado green on the walls! Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
You may not know me but your father and my mother Mavis Kronkight Wagner were great high school friends in Litchfield, NE
My mother knew he had a hard childhood without his mother but he became quite a fantastic man.
When they both came to Riverton they were always sharing Nebr. news. Sorry to hear about his passing but is with your mother now
To the Kisling Family,

Otho was a wonderful person he will be missed by everyone
who knew him over the years. I always enjoyed his visits over
the years and he always had a smile.
You are in my thoughts and prayers

Linda Samuelson

You are in my thoughts and prayers. Hoping all the wonderful memories of your dad and grandpa will warm your hearts.
Kathy, Ed, Deena and families:
Was there ever a greater fan of sports in Riverton? That translates into support of kids and their endeavors to be the best they could be. What a wonderful legacy! Otho and Dorothy were just expected to be in the stands, no matter the sport/weather...and he continued that tradition even after her passing.
In the many decades of knowing your dad, he was unfailingly upbeat and ever-ready with a smile and happy greeting. That positive attitude surely contributed to his long, independent life.
A humble man of great stature--you can be proud of having had him in your lives. He will be missed!
Kathy, Ed & Deena,
Just read about Otho's passing in the The Litchfield Messenger. So sorry for your loss. Our dads were pretty special men and we surely had some good vacations together, Yellowstone, Fiddler's Lake and Meadowlark Lake. Every time we have those sugar wafer cookies, I think of him. Never went fishing without cookies and a thermos of coffee!
Dad has been gone for 27 years and Mom for 3 years. Know I'm thinking of all of you and feel your loss.
Suzi