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Kathryn Resh

Kathryn J. "Nan" Resh (Carroll)

Thursday, August 22nd, 1935 - Monday, May 4th, 2020
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Obituary

RESH – Kathryn J. “Nan” (Carroll), 84, Jenner Township, passed away May 4, 2020 at her home surrounded by her family and loving grandchildren. Born August 22, 1935 in Jenner Township. Daughter of William J. and Mildred P. (Brant) Carroll. Preceded in death by parents, husband of 54 years Terry J. Resh on November 5, 2007, infant son Randy Lee, grandson Stephen St.Clair, great-great granddaughter Sabrina Shaulis, sister Della Lichtenfels, infant brother Mark and brothers Bill and Butch Carroll. Survived by children Toby and wife Roxanne, Cyndi Rose and companion Don Patton, Rhonda and husband Keith Jagdhuber and Jamie Resh and wife Julie; grandchildren Janelle Chipikitis and husband Jeff, Mandie McCorkle and husband David, Buddy Resh and wife Kristy, Jimmy Rose and wife Kayla, Tiffani St.Clair and companion Anthony Evans, Johnathon Horner, Vanessa Davidson and husband Dan and Becca Horner; great grandchildren Sophia, Matthew, Miranda, Aiden, Faith, Aubrey, Lucy, Nolan and one on the way; great-great granddaughter Stella; sister Georgia Lichtenfels and husband Vaughn; brother Leroy Carroll and wife Bonnie; numerous nieces and nephews; best friends Joann and Dave Bruening and loving dog Susie. Kathryn was a 1953 graduate of JBJ Joint High School, Boswell. Member of former Beam Church and Mt. Laurel United Church of Christ, Gray. She was a devoted wife and homemaker for her family and truck driving husband, who was often on the road. She enjoyed spending time with her loving family, especially her grandchildren. Due to current public health restrictions, a private graveside service will be held at Jennerstown Lutheran Cemetery at a later date with Brian Roberts presiding. Arrangements by Hoffman Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Boswell. To express condolences or plant a memorial tree, visit HoffmanFuneralHomes.com.
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    Jennerstown Lutheran Cemetery
    Address
    1673 East Pitt Street
    JENNERSTOWN, PA 15547
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Tracy & David Gibbs

Posted at 05:00pm
I remember Aunt Kate from growing up and going to visit Grandma, Grandpa, Butch and Bill. I remember being afraid of her when I was younger, it wasn't until I graduated high school that I learned what a fun and loving person she was. Aunt Kate always had a positive word and smile for my husband, David and I. My best best memory of her was the last time we were all together at my parent's (Georgia & Vaughn) house. My husband had done something silly, as usual, and she laughed until she had tears in her eyes. She will be missed terribly by both of us but we know that she is in a better place and we will see her again someday. Love Tracy & David Gibbs
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Linda Repik

Posted at 09:52pm
Kate & and I were first cousins, Our Moms were sisters, I can remember all the fun we had, When Dad got drunk on Pina Colada, going to Deep Creek at the cabin, Holidays, the Labor day picnics at Aunt Sue. Kate was like a big sister to me, and even though Kate were my kids's 2nd cousin; they called her Aunt Kate. Every time you go visit she always give you a great big hug and kisses. And if she was cooking dinner she want you stay and eat. I Love you Kate and will miss you tremondessly, Say Hi to Mom & Dad for me, and all our family members. Goodbye till we meet again......
.Luv ur cuz. Linda (Kelly) Repik & Family/
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