Kathryn Marie Ayers
1948 - 2018
Kathryn Marie Ayers

Denver - Kathryn Marie Ayers born November 5, 1948, St. Cloud Minnesota, daughter of Eileen Margaret Cummings and Alvin Guy Ayers. Attended Cathedral High School and St Cloud State College. Joined Braniff Airlines as a flight attendant in 1972 and retired from United Airlines 2003.

Kathryn served as Vice President of her Homeowners Association, she directed landscaping and beautification, leaving a lovely legacy in her living community. She saw and created beauty all around her in a way that inspired and touched the lives of others. Kathryn was full of style, grace and humor. She reminds us to appreciate all that is beautiful in this world. Her life was a hallelujah!

After a short stay at Denver Hospice surrounded by loving husband Ron, family and friends, Kathryn died peacefully on March 1, 2018. She was preceded in death by her mother, father, niece Alexandra Boyer and special cousin Ted Snyder. Survived by her husband, Ronald Lee Eccles, step daughter Kristina Eccles, step granddaughters Sydney Miller Eccles and Jordan Miller Eccles, brother Stephen Ayers (Deanna Hammond), sisters Evelyn Ayers (Timothy Looby), Jeanne Ayers, Mary Louise Ayers (Phil Canova) and nieces and nephews, Grey Boyer (Rena Boyer), Kelsey Smogard-Ayers, Soren Smogard-Ayers, goddaughter Maureen Ayers Looby (Mathew Olson), Bridget Ayers Looby, Anna Ayers Looby, Emily Ayers-Johnson (Adam Langenfeld), Margaret Ayers-Johnson, Joseph Ayers-Johnson and great nieces and nephew Alexandra, Mason, Erin, Katrina, and great-god-son Holden.

Celebration of Life will be held May 19, 3:00-8:00 pm 9915 East Hawaii Place Denver;

Memorial gifts may be directed to Denver Botanic Gardens Kathryn Ayers Tribute Bench. https://flourish.botanicgardens.org/botanicgardensgiving

Published by St. Cloud Times on May 13, 2018.
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Celebration of Life
3:00p.m. - 8:00p.m.
9915 East Hawaii Place, Denver, MN
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To the Ayers family - we offer our condolences on your loss. She is having a good time in heaven with her parents. We always enjoyed our visits out to the farm. May she Rest In Peace.Sincerely, Bob Kigin and family
Bob Kigin
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