She looks so much like you! Beautiful!
Robert and Rita Walters
We will miss Kathy a loving daughter, sister, mother, and aunt. Rest in peace Kathy.
Kathy, Mary Mattick & I were friends since 6th grade at St. Greg’s and high school at Pius. She was always the quiet one of our group but that didn’t stop us all from any fun and laughter. She was a private person, not sharing her own feelings too much but was always there to support anyone else. I will never forget the sound of her laughter. It was that pure, infectious kind that made you laugh and giggle along with her. I will miss her as we all will. Part of an old Irish blessing comes to mind, “May the road rise up to meet you, and may God hold you in the palm of His hand”. Be at peace, my Friend.
Mary Lynn Mattick
I am so very sorry and my deepest sympathy to Jessi and Julio and brothers Larry Tom Jimmy and Misiak family. Kathy was my dear friend 55 years since we were 12 at St. Greg’s school. Hard to accept she is gone from us. Lots of memories and our Sister Bay vacations. I pray she is at peace and her struggles are done. I love you Kathy and I will miss you. Love your friend Mary Lynn Mattick
Our sister is gone. She worked hard, driving through Wisconsin weather week after week, month after month. And then she had been retired for such a short while. She was quiet and mysterious. She was devoted to our mother, supporting her for many years, visiting, running errands, and being there for her. We know mom and her had a special connection, the only daughter. She was a warm and friendly companion to us. She was patient and forgiving of her brothers. Closer geographically, Tom and Jim invited her into their lives and offered assistance at every turn. Kathy insisted on her privacy and we did not know her as much as we would have liked to have known her. She provided many years of fun loving experiences for her nieces and nephews and their children which they will never forget. And she left behind a beautiful, successful daughter, Jessica, who took care of her final needs along with her husband Julio. We all admire their commitment to these important responsibilities. Kathy is proud of them. We love her and regret not having more time with her.
Larry and Helen Misiak