Guestbook for Kathryn "Katie" F. Urban
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Your dad, Jim Urban, was Evelyn's cousin. Her mother Eleanora Urban Hansberry and your grandpa Joe Urban were sister and brother. Like your parents we enjoyed camping and in our retirement years had some fun times with them at Christmas Mountain. Also we have fond memories of a week of shows and camping at Branson, Mo and months at Valle del Oro in AZ. We extend our sympathy to you, Kay and David, at this time and we remember both your parents in our prayers. God bless!
From Dick & Evelyn Kubista

6:08 pm - 02/19/17

Katie was the LABA exec during my father Troy's year as President. He spoke highly of all the help your Mom provided during this time. Still a "part time" job back then so she had to be pretty efficient and knowing Katie she no doubt put in some extra time. Jim would also attend LABA events, so got to know him as well. I enjoyed Katie's very outgoing personality. My sympathies to your family.
From Greg Stellrecht

9:54 am - 02/14/17

Kay, I am so sorry for your loss. Your Mom lived a long life but it is still hard to let our loved ones go. May you find comfort in your wonderful memories of her. You are in my thoughts and prayers. With deepest sympathy, Carol (Amann) Reichhoff
From Carol (Amann) Reichhoff

6:32 am - 02/13/17

I truly appreciated Kathryn as the wife of my first cousin James Urban (his mom and my dad were sister and brother). She was friendly and thoughtful. She made cousin James a happy family man. Rest assured of my prayers for all of you who knew and loved Katie as you adjust to this new loss in your lives. Take care of each other. May God bless each of you.
From Sister Julie Tydrich, FSPA

1:53 pm - 02/12/17

I will always remember your sweet smile and your kindness. Also, your affinity for movies! A day that sticks out to me is when Lane and Jeni came to see a movie with you in the theater. You were so excited for their arrival. You loved your family very much and will be missed by all who were blessed to know you. May your memory live on through your loved ones.
From Sarah Rank

8:41 pm - 02/11/17

My deepest sympathy to Katie's family. I knew her since moving to Onalaska in 1977 when I was a mortgage loan officer and attended the Home Builder monthly meetings. She was a kind person and I considered her a good friend. I will miss her too.
From Ruth Ann Wurtz

6:34 pm - 02/11/17