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Katherine Rea

Granger, Indiana

Apr 17, 1925 – Aug 18, 2019

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Katherine ReaApril 17, 1925 - Aug. 18, 2019GRANGER, IN - Katherine Rea, 94, of Granger, IN, passed away at 4:00 a.m. Sunday, August 18, 2019 at Hamilton Grove in New Carlisle, IN.Katherine was born April 17, 1925 in Mishawaka, daughter of the late Fred and Helen (Milovich) Stickovich. She grew up...

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Kate was a valued and cherished member of the Granger Garden Club for many years. She, and her friend Angela, came in early, for our meetings, to set up the coffee & tea for more years than I can count. She always went out of her way to ask about our lives, our gardens, and our families. And, she always greeted you with a smile. She will be sorely missed by anyone who knew her. Our sincerest condolences.

We will miss you for all the love, friendship, kindness. For all the years we came to your home with our children you made us feel so welcome.
You were a wonderful friend to my Mom, Erma. We have many happy memories. Save a spot for us in paradise.
Jim Bruynell
Oceanside, CA

You'll be missed Aunt Katie!!

Our sincere condolences Gail, Judy, and Tom for the loss of your Mom. Aunt Katie was a big and beautiful part of my life growing up in Mishawaka. She always made me feel so welcome when we visited your home. I have such fond memories of the times I spent with your family. She was a special person. All of my children and grandchildren have heard the stories about Aunt Katie, Uncle Bill, Gail, Judy and Tom, and yes the Lincoln Logs. May you rest in peace Aunt Katie.
With all our love and...

I have precious memories of Aunt Katie and Uncle Bill. Playing with Judy and Tom while grown ups visited upstairs. Walking out to see Tippie. Great food, warm hugs and always knowing I was loved. I am so thankful Aunt Katie was part of my life. I can still picture your smile and hear your laugh and my heart smiles to think of you reunited with beloved family who passed before you. See you later

We'll miss you, Aunt Katie. You were a beacon of light, hope, fun, and love. You made the best Wedding cake cookies ever! I loved coming to your house to hang out with Gail, Judy, and Tom. You always taught me something while I was there. Loved seeing you at the family reunions. You always brought delicious food, laughs, smiles, hugs, and funny stories. Know all the folks you worked with loved you too. The family here on Earth will miss you, but I'm sure the family in Heaven will enjoy...