Louise E. Fahrow, 92, died May 8, 2018, peacefully at her home with her husband, in Watertown, Wisconsin, after a short illness. Her Funeral Service will be held Monday June 18, 2018, graveside, at Irving Park Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois, followed by internment. Mrs. Fahrow was born Esther Louise Coryell, on August 31, 1925, in Sioux City, Iowa, to Esther and Berkley Coryell. Because there were two Esther's in the household, she was called by her middle name, which she embraced the rest of her life. Her Mother encouraged her to learn the piano, a talent she enjoyed, all her life. Her Mother died when she was 12, and she moved several times with her Father, once into a commune community in Utah. After High School, she moved to Chicago, to live with her beloved Uncle Karl, and Aunt Phyllis, and start her secretarial career, at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Through her neighbors, she met, and was successfully courted by her husband George. They were married February 14, 1948, and celebrated their 70th Wedding Anniversary this year. Louise raised her 3 children in Franklin Park, Illinois, where she made many lifelong friends. She had been known to deliver a home cooked meal to new neighbors, unannounced, welcoming them to the area. She was a devoted wife, and caring mother. She and her husband enjoyed entertaining, and volunteered in their local Church, and in their children's Scout Troops. In 1970, they moved to Coloma, Wisconsin, where they followed their dreams of simple country living, for the next 43 years. She was an active member of their small community. She enjoyed singing, playing her piano, quilting, sewing, reading her books, and volunteering in many local organizations. She loved her gardens. She and her husband moved in 2013 to Watertown, Wisconsin, to be nearer their children and age gracefully together. Louise is survived by her husband George, and their 3 children, Lynn (Doug) Reynolds, Richard (Quintina) Fahrow, and William (Kim) Fahrow, four Grandchildren, seven Great Grandchildren, and one Great Great Grandchild, and numerous friends, who will all miss her dearly. Her Family would like to express our thanks and gratitude to everyone who expressed kindness, and friendship to our Mother, both past and present. Also, we would especially like to thank the entire staff at Park Ridge, in Marquardt Village, for the wonderful help, support, and care given her there.