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Kathy Ann (Richter) Osler Obituary
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July 18, 2018

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December 7, 2016
Dear Tom, our deepest condolences in the passing of your wife Kathy. May you find peace in the memories from so many years together. Prayers for you and your family,
Dennis & Michelle Murray
November 29, 2016
We just found out about Kathy's passing. What a wonderful woman. I met her from Our Lady of Lourdes Parish. While suffering from Multiple Myeloma she gave us advice. Our son-law was diagnosed with the same disease. She talked with us and gave us helpful literature. Thank You Kathy for being such a compassionate woman. You will be missed.
November 22, 2016
So sorry to hear of your loss - you are in our prayers.
The Wrights
November 20, 2016
Mom's passing is upon us. I will miss her more than words can say. I cherished our relationship, our bond though the love we share for Eric. What words can be said to ease the sadness of her parting and yet celebrate her life? So here we are. The day that we bid farewell to dear MumBee. There's no one that could compare to
her uniqueness, or the love she has for her family. She's a true warrior in every sense of the word! A special woman that I've had the great privilege of having in my life. The love she has for her husband and children has always been unwavering. Wanting only to see that they're all healthy, happy and most importantly loved... and they are loved each and everyone. As a family she has brought us all together as only she could. Many times we laughed at how life's a stage and how we're all the live entertainment.
I'm going to miss those long conversations we've shared through the years. She was such an inspiration to me on so many levels. Her strength and determination. Memories shared of laughter and encouragement. All those lessons obtained in life of how to be a good mother and wife. Yes, she fought that good fight to the very end. Never doubting her end goal and by George, she reached it! She departed this world on her own terms, nothing left to chance, nothing left undone. Ever so thoughtful, understanding, loving and forgiving. Lessons she taught to all of us. What she loved most on her stage in this life, was being a wife. A mother, a daughter, Aunt, a friend, but her greatest pride and joy, she loved being a Grandmother. A true inspiration for being the best you can be and demanding nothing less. The importance of life and enjoying each and every moment of everyday is what really matters. The full circle of life, she's experienced it all. With great dignity, humanity and compassion she was an inspiration to us all. That's our MumBee, another Angel receiving her wings. She will be remembered well and always loved and cherished.

In Loving Memory,
Katie