“Mary Kay, Mixed emotions about the death of your mother. Joy because she is with the Lord, thankfulness for her life here on earth and sorrow because you no longer have your mother. What a wonderful lady, living every moment of her 104 years with grace.
“Mary Kay & family my brother, sister, and I all attended Ellsworth school and have such fond memories of your Mother. I don't know how she did it but your mom always knew my name and would say hello anytime I saw her around town. My sympathy is with you and your family.
“Dear Mary Kay & Family, I was so saddened to hear of you mothers passing. I was a 3rd grade student of hers in the 1969-1970 school year at Ellsworth School. I vividly remember her love for her family as you and your father would visit her classroom on occasion. She was always so kind and patient with us as her students. She was a wonderful lady who left a lasting impression on so many young students fortunate enough to have her as their teacher. We are all better people for having...
“So sorry for your loss, but what a beautiful legacy your Mom has left Naperville. She will always be remembered. God Bless, Mary Fraley (Givler)
“Mary Kay & family always remember your mom fondly from our childhood years when I visited my grandpa's house on Loomis St. My sympathy is with you and your family.
Holler, Kathryn F. 104, of Naperville, died Friday, December 6, 2013, at ManorCare in Naperville. She was born February 3, 1909 in Mendota, IL, to George W. and Minnie (nee Addicks) Frey. Mrs. Holler attended Blackstone Public Grade School and the Mendota Township High School when Ralph Beebe was...Read More