Kitty-Kallen-Obituary

Kitty Kallen

May 25, 1922 – Jan 7, 2016 (Age 93)

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BORN
May 25, 1922
DIED
January 7, 2016
AGE
93

Obituary

Kitty Kallen, a pop singer during the swing era whose best-known solo recording was 1954's "Little Things Mean a Lot," died Jan. 7 at her home in Cuernavaca, Mexico. She was 94. For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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Heard her sing in Asbury Park in NJ

I miss the great music and talent of Kitty's time as much as I miss her. Born years before me, I found her music and fell in love with her.

What a beautiful beautiful voice. She will be missed. May God bless her .

Kitty was my favorite singer back in the fifties. I loved "Chapel in the Moonlight" which was "our song" with my first girl friend,Nancy 1954.


Mert Fulwiler


Wisconsin

Dear Pretty Kitty

I Love You & Your Music Forever

Sincere Condolences to the friends and family of Ms. Kallen. I loved her songs. the main one that I love to hear is "Little Things Mean A Lot" of course.
Such a beautiful lady. May she rest in peace.

Sorry for your loss may the God of all comfort be with you and your family.

MISS KITTY I WAS JUST 12 YEARS OLD WHEN I HEARD YOU SINGING BLOW ME A KISS.... YOU WERE A DARLING SINGER, REST IN PEACE. YOU MADE A LOT OF PEOPLE HAPPY WITH YOUR MUSIC. ESTHER SANTINI EL PASO TX