Kathleen F. McLaughlin

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Kathleen F.
McLaughlin

McLaughlin, Kathleen F.,
(nee Stephens) Born on January 5th, 1946 in Baldwin, WI to Michael J. and Mary Stephens (nee Walsh). Entered into Heaven on August 9, 2014 at the age of 68. Beloved wife of 46 years to Dennis F. McLaughlin. Proud mother of Dennis F. (Jennifer) McLaughlin Jr. Loving grandmother of Brianna and Fiona McLaughlin. Sister of Julia Smith, Michael Stephens, Mary Henkel, Patrick J. (Joanne) Stephens, Terrance J. (Katherine) Stephens. Longtime special friends and travel buddies of Joe and Lynette Kiehl, Bob and Kathy Schultz and Tony and Annie Gioimo. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Visitation on Thursday August 14th from 1:30PM-2:45PM at ST. MARY CATHOLIC FAITH COMMUNITY CHURCH, 9520 W. Forest Home Ave., Hales Corners. Mass of Christian Burial to follow at 3PM.
Kathy especially loved travel with numerous trips to Hawaii, Florida, the Caribbean, Mexico, and other destinations. She maintained friendships with the Mitchell’s from Scotland and the Stevenson’s from England, who joined us on holiday for over 15 years. Kathy retired from United Airlines after 25 years. She was a member of St. Mary Catholic Faith Community Church in Hales Corners, and a former longtime member of the Shamrock Club, and a volunteer at Irish Fest.
Special thanks to the caregivers in MC1 at Heritage at Deer Creek and the nursing and hospice staff at Wheaton Franciscan St. Francis Hospital.
In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Alzheimer’s Association South Eastern Wisconsin Chapter appreciated.
HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
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Past Comments

Alzheimer's Association of SE WI

On behalf of everyone here at the Alzheimer’s Association – thank you so much for thinking of us at this time of loss to your family. Memorial donations made in Kathleen’s name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Tom Hlavacek, Executive Director

Pat and Jim Stevenson

Kathy was a wonderful warm, open and loving lady who brought sunshine and laughter with her whenever we met. Her generosity of spirit shone out from her and we were friends within minutes; a friendship that endured over 23 years and thousands of miles.

She will live on in our memories with all her vitality and love of life as intact as when we met.

Our thoughts are with Denny, family and friends. We wish you strength for the hard road ahead and also that amongst the tears and grief you will have space for laughter and joy when remembering how much she gave to all our lives.

Pat and Jim Stevenson

Joanne Stephens

Kathy was an extremely kind, generous and loving individual. She was very accepting of everyone and always looked for the positive in all situations. I will forever be grateful for the warm welcome that Kathy gave me when I joined the Stephens family. She was truly one of a kind and I will miss her dearly. I hope she is having one heck of a party with everyone who has gone before. I’m sure she’s making her famous bacon-wrapped water chestnuts for all to enjoy. I love you, Kathy. Rest in peace.
Joanne

Sean Stephens

My Aunt Kathy was a tremendously generous and loving individual who never hesitated to put other people’s wants/needs ahead of her own. I will always cherish the dinners we were able to enjoy up in the cities when she was finishing up her tour with United. We laughed, we got to know each other better and thoroughly enjoyed each other’s company. I am happy she no longer has to live with a disease that cut her life too short and can be reunited with a few loved ones upstairs. We’ll miss ya Kathy Mac!
Sean

Wayne/ Sue Romeis

Kathy was a great neighbor and a friend. She was always a great host at the numerous parties at their house. She will indeed be very missed. Our prayers and sympathy goes with her family.

Wayne & Sue Romeis

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