Kathy STULL

Kathy STULL

STULL

Kathy Stull was born at Acme, March 6, 1942, and passed away September 17, 2012. She was the third of seven children born to Ed and Rose Keim. As a farm girl she learned many skills. She could pretty much do anything. Kathy met the love of her life – Bob Stull. They were married Feb. 22nd, 1961. In the marriage ceremony it says the two shall become one, and Kathy and Bob certainly were one. Kathy and Bob loved to camp with family and friends. Nature walks and evening campfires being the hi-lights of each day. Kathy loved farming. When they moved to Stettler and bought the farm, she was in her glory. If one was out in the field, or in the barn, so was the other one – sharing the work load whether it be milking cows, combining, driving grain truck, or farrowing pigs – whatever needed doing. Kathy was recognized around the community as an active volunteer and caretaker. She was involved with many of our seniors at the auxiliary hospital and nursing home. Prior to her work with the geriatric community Kathy was familiar to many of us as the friendly, helpful sales girl and talented engraver at Graham’s Jewelery where she was employed for numerous years. Kathy lives on in her beloved children and grandchildren. She will be in all our hearts forever. She was predeceased by her parents Rose and Ed Keim and her brothers Bob Keim and Dan Keim. Kathy leaves to mourn: her loving husband Bob Stull; daughters Robbie (Graham) Peterson and Cindy (Ken) Balderson; son Jeff (Greg); four grandchildren: Whittney (Ryan) Hansen, Lindy Peterson, Darcie Balderson and Dan Balderson; her brothers William (Ella) Keim and Ken (Elizabeth) Keim; sisters Betty (Bob) Rowan and Linda (Bruce) Hollingshead; her sisters in law Della Keim and Gaye Ogg; nieces, nephews, other relatives and many dear friends. Funeral services were held at the Heartland Chapel of Stettler Funeral Home on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 at 1:00 PM with Don Wudel officiating. Elaine Hennel and Colleen Strautman presented their gifts of music. Granddaughters Whittney Hansen and Lindy Peterson, her sister in law Della Keim and daughter Robbie Peterson read scriptures and pieces of Kathy’s poetry. Family and friends gathered in the Heartland Reception Centre for a time of fellowship and a luncheon by Teresa’s Catering. Memorial donations may be made to Red Willow Cemetery, STARS or charity of choice. To view or send condolences to the family please go to stettlerfuneralhome.com


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