Kathleen Lester

West Point, Indiana

Sep 15, 1959 – Oct 27, 2017


Tuesday, September 15th 1959
Friday, October 27th 2017
Purdue University


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Kathleen LesterKathleen M. "Kathy" (Peters) Lester, 58, of West Point, IN passed away at Franciscan St. Elizabeth East Hospital in Lafayette at 10:47 PM Friday October 27, 2017. She had been a patient there since Tuesday, and had battled breast cancer for several years. Kathy was born...

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I'm so sorry to hear of this. Kathy was a very nice person and I enjoyed speaking with her. My thoughts are with her family and husband.

Scott and Karla, so sorry for your loss... my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.
Becky Argy

My condolences to the family members of Kathy Peters Lester...my thoughts and prayers are with you...

Mary Ellen, Jim, and all the Peters family. Please accept deepest sympathy and prayers at this most difficult time. John and Linda Lehnen

I worked with Kathy for most of her years at Purdue. She always had a smile and kind words. We shared a lot of laughs. She will be missed. You are all in my thoughts and prayers through this difficult time. God Bless.

My sympathy and prayers for peace to Kathy's family. I've know Kathy for a number of years through our National Resource Manager Officers group. We had such great fun and learned so much from each other at our annual meetings. Kathy was right in there, being very serious during a work sessions, but yet brought her smile and great compassion for her job into everything she did. I am sad that I have not kept in touch since she retired. Know that I have thought about her every time I think of...

I am sorry to hear of Kathy's passing! I always remember her happy smile and great attitude. May God be with you all during these hard times.

I am truly sorry for the family's loss. Kathy was a fun person. God bless her family and friends.

I only met Kathy a few times but loved how she beamed when she talked about the times with my dad (Rick Holdway), my uncle Jerry and the rest of the cousins. I'd like to think she is having a toast with my dad and uncle right now. Sending peace and strength to all of you, especially to Aunt Mary Ellen and her children. You were so lucky to have each other.