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Catherine L. Ambrose

Lemont, Illinois

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Catherine L. Ambrose, nee Jasulaitis, 92, Feb. 15, 2008, beloved wife of the late Joseph A. Ambrose; loving mother of the late Joseph T. Ambrose; cherished grandmother of Scott (Laura) Ambrose, Jeff (Susan) Ambrose, Kelly (Kevin) Nugent, Katherine Ambrose and Jason...

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I love you, Grannie!

Dearest Grannie-

I'm sorry it has taken me a while to get here and write to you and Grandpa. It's been difficult, but it is time.

I have been receiving the boxes Kelly and I had packed from your place and shipped to Florida. Oh how I wish I could have packed you up and brought you here with me! I feel I have missed out on so much with you these last years and I would give anything to have more time with you.

I have had many memories come flooding back as I...

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Joe & Cathy - My favorite neighbors. Always so welcoming and appreciative when anyone stopped by. They always spoke with such pride when they told me about their son and grandchildren. I missed them very much when they moved, but I knew it was now time for them to be close to their family. It seems so fitting that the two of them should be taken by the Lord so close together, because they were that kind of a couple - together always.

DEAR JOE & CATHERINE,
THANK YOU FOR BEING OUR ADOPTED GRAND PARENTS. WHEN OUR LORD BROUGHT US ALL TOGETHER IT WAS THE MOST AMAZING GIFT. THE TIME WE SPENT GETTING TO KNOW ONEANOTHER WOULD HAVE TAKEN OTHERS A LIFETIME BUT GOD GAVE US ALL SOMETHING VERY SPECIAL. WE THANK GOD THAT WE WERE ABLE TO SHARE OUR FAITH TOGETHER AND SHARE TIME WITH YOU BOTH.
YOUR FAITHFUL EXAMPLE TO US WILL BE FOREVER ETCHED ON OUR HEARTS. CATHERINE, YOUR LOVE FOR NATURE AND FLOWERS AND...

To the children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of Joe and Cathy:
We are so sorry to hear of their deaths and we extend to you our deepest condolences. We loved seeing them at Sts. Cyril and Methodius Church.

Granny, I am truly sad that I only had one opportunity to meet you and Grandpa. I must say that the little time I spent with you made an neverending impression of what a wonderful, caring and loving person that I had been told many times over by Kelly. I wish you peace in heaven and thank you for the most beautiful woman I have ever known and am lucky enough to call my wife and friend.
We will always look up to heaven and smile at you. Watch over us.
Love Kevin

Dear Cathy,
Thank you for all you have taught me! Your kindness and thoughtfulness never went unnoticed. I miss you and will never forget you! The stories about life and family that you shared with me meant so much, you were in many ways a grandmother to me. I love and miss you dearly. Heaven must be a beautiful place to see! I am thankful that you are able to see all of the beautiful birds again!
Peace and Love,
Amy Kennedy

Dearest Granny we love you! You will always be remembered by those who have met you. Anything you cooked or baked was delicious. Your gardens and flowers were maticulously cared for each year. The speical nectar you made for those beautiful humming birds that loved to visit your yard were such a beautiful sight. We will cherish the days we spent watching the birds as we spent time together sipping our Cafe Vienna. What you have taught us will be cheerish for generations to come! We love...