Kathleen Demarest Kahley

kathleen kahley

June 1, 1953 ~ October 12, 2004

Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Kathleen Ann Weikel Demarest-Kahley, 51, passed away unexpectedly on October 12, 2004. Survived by her husband, Frank R. Kahley; children, Wendy (Michael) Baca, Mary Demarest, Michele Demarest, Erin (Mike Shipley) Demarest, Frank Demarest and John Kahley; granddaughter, Alyssa Proffer; niece, Kim (Michael Schlosky) Ackerman; nephews, Thomas Weikel and James Weikel; great nephews, Joseph Hummer and Landon Weikel; and great nieces, Elizabeth Hummer, Ghretta Schlosky and Alleson Schlosky; and numerous friends. Preceded in death by her parents, John and Marian Weikel, and brother, Jack Weikel. Born June 1, 1953, in Plainfield, New Jersey. Kathleen enjoyed being with family and friends. She was a generous soul and will be missed by all she touched. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service will be held 3 p.m., Friday, October 15, 2004, at the Montgomery & Steward Chapel, with Pastor Christopher Kellogg officiating. Those who desire may make memorial contributions to the American Heart Association through Montgomery & Steward, 1317 N. Main, Pueblo, CO 81003. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Dear Frank and Family,
    I writing to express my deepest sympathy and to say that I am sad to hear about Kathy’s passing. I opened up the Courier News and as soon as I saw her beautiful face I knew it was Kathy. Kathy and I met in kindergarten and remained friends and graduated Plainfield High in 1971. Kathy was one of my very first caucasian friends, and although race, religion and ethic background does not matter to me, we both learned a lot from each other. I would visit her home and she would come to Berkeley Terrace and have fun and laughs with my crazy family. Life was good and clean back then because of people like Kathy. She was always a beautiful, sweet person and I know you and the your family have a lot of fond memories of Kathy you will treasure. You are in my thoughts and prayers. (Valerie (Koon) Palmer, 3 So. Grosser Place, Somerset, NJ 08873) Love, Valerie

  2. Dear Frankie and family,

    We were heart broken to hear about your mom and wife. We have missed you a lot and hope you are doing the best that you can. We have tried to reach you but the last phone number we have of yours is no longer valid. Please contact us so that we can be with you at this time. We are so very sorry for your loss. Please let us know if there is anything that we can do for you. Alex is very sad but says he remembers your mom fondly. Hopefully you two can see each other soon. He sure misses you Frankie. Well I better go. Your always in our hearts. Call soon or better yet come by. 560-0454 540 Starlite Drive.

    Your Friends Always,
    Alex, Deb, Alan, Holly, Seth

  3. Dear Frank and Family, you don’t know me, but Kathy and I used to spend a LOT of time together when we were in Jr. High. I am quite saddened to learn of her passing, I am praying for you and yours. My husband and I bought Kathy’s Uncle Fred and Aunt Ruth’s house, 547 Second St. in Plainfield and lived there with our family for 20 years. So many things I remember, like Wed. night was spaghetti nite at 118 Sumner Ave., I saw Kathy at a laundermat and she gave me a picture of Wendy at 18 mos, which I still have in my album. We used to go downtown every Sat. am at 10 sharp!.,I went to the same nursing school as Kathy. We used to write to each other just for the sake of getting mail…every June 1st, including this one past, I say to myself, ‘today is kathy”s birthday’ and EVERY time I see a train, there was an old joke we used to share. Please send me a program, or prayer card, I’d like to have it. again, my thougts are with you all, she was a good friend. Address is 555 East Second St, Plainfield,N. J. 07060. Love, Marilyn

  4. I was so sad to hear of her passing. My families condolences and prayers are with the entire family. Mary, keep your head up and remember you can call me anytime you need to talk.

  5. I just wanted to tell you all that I’m very sorry for your loss. Kathy was a very loving and generous person and I will always remember her. Let me know if you need anything. Love you all, Holly

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