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Kathleen Heidtmann

Houston, Texas

1951 - 2020

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Kathleen Marie Nettles Heidtmann1951-2020Heaven gained a beautiful soul on Saturday, the 26th of September 2020, when Kathleen Marie Nettles Heidtmann passed away at her home in Houston. A native Houstonian, Kathy was born to Rose Marie and Charles Nettles on the 28th of August 1951. Attending...

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I did not know Kathy, but want to express my sorrow for every life she touched. Such a beautiful obituary and tribute to a wonderful person. I know she will be missed! I wish I had gotten to meet her and fly with her on one of our Braniff F/A days!

Ken, we are so sorry to hear about your loss. We had KATHY in our prayers all along, even after we were unaware she had passed. Condolences to you and your daughter and your entire family.
Kathy is Now Healed of all her pain.

We hope to see you soon at Watergate, but if I can do anything To help you, you know I only live five minutes from the dock.
We will continue to pray for your family, God‘s blessings to you all. Steve and Ginny Jackson (the Ginny Lou Tiara)

I met Kathy in 5th grade at St. Cecilia's Elementary School. We became best friends and many a night I heard a tap, tap, tap on my bedroom window because Kathy would sneak out of her house and walk to my house in the middle of the night. "Wait till your father gets home" was an all too common phrase from Mrs. Nettles. I loved spending time at the Nettles home and Mrs. Nettles always invited me to stay for one of her fabulous Italian dinners. Kathy was a special person to so many...

I met Kathy in 5th grade at St. Cecilia's Elementary School. We became best friends and many a night I would hear a tap, tap, tap on my bedroom window because Kathy would sneak out and walk over to my house in the middle of the night. "Wait till you father gets home" was an all to familiar phrase from Mrs. Nettles. A rebel to be sure, but who could stay mad at Kathy when she flashed that gorgeous smile. I loved spending time at the Nettles home and Mrs. Nettles always invited my...

I met Kathy in 5th grade at St. Cecilia's Elementary school. We became best friends and many a night I would be woken up with a tap, tap, tap on my bedroom window because Kathy would sneak out and walk to my house. "Wait till your father gets home", was an often occurring phrase from Mrs. Nettles. She was a rebel, for sure, but who could get mad at Kathy when she flashed that gorgeous smile at you. I loved spending time at the Nettles home and Mrs. Nettles always invited my to...

Now my loving, sweet and beautiful friend can rest without pain. I have 45 years of wonderful, very funny and memorable memories. I am going to miss you. My thoughts and prayers are with the Heidtmann & Nettles family.
With Deepest Sympathy,

Dianne MacCurdy

Very sorry to hear about Kathy. She was an extraordinarily beautiful and sweet person. I’ll never forget when she and her friend Katie Welder visited the ATO House in 1968. Probably the two best looking girls ever to walk through our front door. Absolutely phenomenal. May she Rest In Peace and Everlasting Glory.

To all the Heidtmann's and Nettles families ...
My deepest sympathy to you all in the loss of a beautiful person. I have so many wonderful memories of the Gugenheims and Nettles and later, Ken and Layne. Kathy truly was an inspiration. She looks so much like your Mom - loved seeing that resemblance! Brought back some very special memories for me!
Know that I am thinking of you all with love,
Renee

Rest In Peace my Beautiful Best Friend Kathy. My thoughts and prayers are with your entire family. From University of Texas, to Europe and 51 years of fabulous fun, we shared so many special moments. I miss you dearly and will cherish our memories forever❤
Love, Mindy