Catherine Kremer

Catherine Cecilia Gilmore "Kitty" Kremer

Saturday, December 2nd, 1922 - Thursday, April 16th, 2020
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Catherine Cecilia Gilmore Kremer (affectionately known as Kitty), 97 passed away on April 16, 2020. She was preceded in death by her parents, John and Mary Gilmore and her devoted husband of 38 years, Joseph A Kremer. Also preceded by three sisters, Margaret Cornwell, Eleanor Cooper and Julia Cooper, and her loving granddaughter, Katie Kremer Norris, (Josh).
Kitty lived a long and interesting life. She grew up in Louisville in a strong, Irish/Catholic family and endured the great depression and the devastating flood of 1937.
Kitty joined the WAVES during WW11, and throughly enjoyed the exciting life
offered in Washington DC. Kitty was a homemaker and a good cook - especially her homemade pies! She will be remembered for her strong Irish heritage, her love of
Family, sense of humor and most notably her “gift of gab”.
Kitty is survived by her four children: Tim Kremer (Debby), Lynn Lyons (John), Elaine Elam (Tim), and Daniel Kremer (Sherry). Six Grandchildren: Josh Elam (Cheryl) , Luke Elam, Kelly Elam Kidd (Aaron), Brigid Lyons Christiansen (Marc), Joseph Kremer (Jessica), Thomas Lyons (Sarah) and ten great grandchildren - with two more Arriving soon!
Family requests In Lieu of flowers, donations be made to Kitty’s favorite charitable organization, Saint Judes Children’s Hospital.
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Don Clark

Posted at 11:18am
Anne and I joined ST. Martha in 1968. In the 70's we got involved in the Summer Picnic and that is were we got to know Kitty. Her and he friend Ms. McCellan worked the picnic then stayed after the picnic was over. Back then we had to clear parking lot Saturday night so there was a place to park when you went to church on Sunday, Many times we stayed late with Kitty and her friend. In fact we stayed so late we had to make sure we left before the people coming in for Sunday mass did not see her. Those 2 had stories and enjoyed life. She was a gift to know and a great friend. We will miss her. She made heaven a more beautiful place. She will be back with Joe and her friend monce again,

Gary Vanderhoff

Posted at 03:39pm
Tim, Lynn, Elaine, and Daniel, So sorry to hear of your mom's passsing. Also, sorry there will be no showing or service during the pandemic crisis. Your mom was the same age as our mom. We will miss seeing her on occasion at the Kremer family reunions...

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