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Louise Page Kastner

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Louise Page Kastner, wife of Donald E. Kastner, of Dorset, VT died peacefully at age 94 in Lake Oswego, OR on April 20, 2018. She was the daughter of Blinn Stevens Page and Carlotta Splane Page, born in Detroit, MI, the sister of the late William and Anne Page. She attended Grosse Pointe schools and the Notre Dame des Oiseaux in Paris, Vassar College, and graduated from Wells College. She worked in the Foreign Service of the U.S. State Department until her marriage in 1946 that lasted 61 years. She remarried in 2010 to Jack Pelton, who died in 2014.

For thirty years, the Kastners lived in Chatham, Cape Cod, where they owned the Christopher Ryder House, a national award-winning restaurant and night club. An interior designer, she worked on the restaurant's evolution and for Cape Cod and Boston clients. After retiring, they moved to Manchester, then Dorset, VT where she was a member of Zion Episcopal Church, Green Mountain Girls, a life member of the James Smithson Society, and Daughters of the American Revolution. Her charity work included the American Society of the Blind, the Cape Cod Hospital, and the altar guild of four churches.

Her joy in life was her family, including six children: Peter Scott of Savannah, GA, Heidi Anne Schray of Lake Oswego, OR, Thomas Page of West Palm Beach, the late Joan Blinn Champ, Wendy Page of Lake Oswego, and Donald Edwin II of Granite Bay, CA, seven grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren.

Amemorial gathering will take place at Christ Church Episcopal Parish in Lake Oswego, OR on May 21st, 2018 at 11:00 am. Interment will be at Zion Episcopal Church, Manchester, VT at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, a donation to Christ Church Episcopal Parish is requested: Christ Church Episcopal Parish, PO Box 447, Lake Oswego, OR 97034
Published in The Manchester Journal from May 4 to May 25, 2018
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