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Kathleen June

Kathleen J. Keller “Katie”

Born to eternal life March 7, 2010 at the age of 62, after a courageous battle with cancer. Beloved wife of “T”. Dear sister-in-law of James, Ronald and Linda Keller. Aunt of Jason, Andrew, Michael, David, Jimmy and John Keller. Dear friend of Jerry Pezall, and Maggie and Bill Escott. Further survived by aunts and uncles in Canada, Scotland and England, other relatives and friends.

Katie was the former owner operator of Pandora’s Box and coordinated many charitable benefits for the Bay View Community Center.

Visitation Thursday March 11, 2010 at the Funeral Home from 4 – 8 PM. Interment Forest Hill Memorial Park.

In lieu of flowers memorials to the family appreciated.

Suminski Family Funeral Homes

Niemann / Suminski

2486 S. Kinnickinnic Ave (414) 744-5156

Past Comments

Lisa Rickus

You know looking back,Katie has always been a very special

Angel !! I am so glad that she is now no longer suffering and she is now in the hands of our Lord.

T you know how much Heather and I love you …Always remember that and we made a promise to Katie that we would watch over you for her.

Katie,you will be missed but I know we all will meet again!

Jill Borsos

I wrote this on 2/7/10 and shared it with Linda:

I never “really” got to know her. I know she was always so sweet, very generous, a good cook, tough, but fragile. She saw the good in people and reminded us of the good times. She loves to be around people, she loves animals, and enjoys music and celebrating others. She knew just the right gift that would empower T to become an even more versatile and more amazing muscian, and at the same time giving him the gift of pride for his accomplishments in learning how to play both the mandolin and violin– gifts he’ll have forever. She is full of compassion and has a BIG heart. And T loves her deeply.

Deb Sova

T and family,

Our hearts go out to you and hope that Katie’s own peace brings you peace as well.

T, come back to the old neighborhood any time and see us. We’ll get out our guitars and toast Katie in song.

God Bless,

“the neighbors” Deb & Ron

Julie Kane

I will never be able to hear the song “The Old Laughing Lady” without thinking of Katie and how she scared the beejezus out of me the very first time I heard her cackle during the song. I will miss you Katie. Give Pandora a scratch behind her ears for me.

Here’s to ya Katie!

Julie Kane

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