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Mary Kathleen Lute-Harmer

April 11, 1947November 4, 2018

Mary Kathleen Lute-Harmer was born on April 11, 1947 and passed away on November 4, 2018

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Mary Kathleen Lute-Harmer

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Jane Frazee

November 9, 2018

I was in the 8th grade when you graduated and left home. You always protected me. You loved to laugh and have fun and make others laugh with you. The struggles you had from your childhood hurt you and affected you all of your life. I am so very sorry for that. That is all behind you now. I’m sure you and Aunt Helen are laughing and hope you and Mother are too. I’m sorry we didn’t get more quality visits through our adult years. Dale was a great addition to your story and I am grateful to him for that. Love you Sister and will miss laughing with you. I will hang onto the GOOD memories. Love from your sister and Mike.

Carol Carlson

November 8, 2018

I remember the day Aunt Marion brought you home from the hospital. I was so thrilled. It was like having a baby sister. No one knows where you came up with the name Aunt Bonnie but my mom loved it. It made her feel special. You were special. My fond memories of you are special. Until later, Kathy.

Jim Parrott

November 8, 2018

Kathy and I were married upon my return from Vietnam. We were young and in love and the future was ours. Finishing my time in the Army, then back to college, then into the Air Force, Kathy was a loving and supportive wife, mother and companion. She quickly made lots of friends wherever our adventures took us. She was always happy, upbeat and quick with a joke. She loved animals and had great enthusiasm for all life. Although our paths diverged after 11 years, Kathy always held a very special place in my heart. She was taken much too soon and she will be missed by many.

Deborah Padilla

November 8, 2018

Mary Kathleen welcomed me to the pharmacy she patronized with open arms. Always smiling, encouraging me as she saw how busy and stressful it can be on a daily basis. Always giving me words of encouragement. She always said.. don’t ever let them defeat you. I always let those words guide me.. I would always tell her I hear her voice daily. We would laugh together. But it was and is true. My mission now is to lead by her example. Love you Mary Kathleen.