Catherine J. Kreidermacher, 91 of Rollingstone, died Thursday, May 30, 2019 at Sugar Loaf Senior Living. She was born on November 27,1927 in Rollingstone to William and Mary (Hoffman) Stockhausen. She graduated from Holy Trinity School. On June 5, 1948 she married Conrad "Connie" Kreidermacher at Holy Trinity Catholic Church. She was an active member of the ladies' circle at Immaculate Conception Church on Oak Ridge. Kate worked alongside Connie on their family farm. She enjoyed gardening, canning, cooking, and baking. Kate's greatest joy was her family and the time spent with them.
She is survived by her six children, Patrick (Barbara) of Altura, Sue (Jack) Halvorson of Burnsville, David (Mary Sue) of Utica, Kathy (David) Thesing of Coon Rapids, Gail (Mark) Burt of Utica and Mark (Cindy) of Eagan; son-in-law, Ken Lafky; 15 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; 2 sisters, Mary Stoos and Dorothy Reitz; brother-in-law, Jim Kreidermacher; and many nieces and nephews.
Kate is preceded in death by her husband, Connie; parents; 3 daughters, Mary Kay Kreidermacher, Lynn Lafky, and Karen Kreidermacher; one grandson, Eric Halvorson; 1 sister and 5 brothers.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be at 11 a.m., Saturday, June 8, 2019 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Rollingstone with Rev. Chinnappa Pothireddy officiating. Visitation will be from 9 a.m., until the time of Mass. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery at Oak Ridge. Memorials may be directed to the Alzheimer's Association.
Please leave a memory of Kate and view her video tribute when it becomes available at www.hofffuneral.com.
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I will always feel so blessed and grateful to have spent precious hours with Kate and Connie. They were both truly remarkable people and raised a wonderful, caring family. The stories of their lives were a joy for me to hear. Tragedies, adventures, and just everyday life showed me how they lived a full life together and what a wonderful example of love and kindness they gave to all that their paths crossed. I know they are finally together again, watching down, proudly, on the people that they shared their remarkable life with. I will always carry them fondly in my heart.
My memories of Cate are the way she would answer to telephone ... "Yellow". Love her and she will be greatly missed. The Oak Ridge gang has truly grown in heaven.
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