OBITUARY

Kathleen Theresa Linsenmeyer

April 25, 1932May 4, 2020

Kathleen Theresa Linsenmeyer of Catonsville died on Monday May 4, 2020 at Charlestown Retirement Community. She was 88 years of age.

A native of Brooklyn, she graduated from St. Rose of Lima Elementary School, Seton High School, and St Agnes Hospital School of Nursing, Later she graduated from Jefferson Medical College and became a nurse anesthetist. At various times she was employed by St Agnes Hospital, Mercy Hospital, Bon Secours Hospital, and retired from Kernan Hospital. While working full time Kathleen went to night school and obtained a B. S. Degree from Johns Hopkins University.

Kathleen was a life time member and served as Commander of the Patapsco River Power Squadron on two occasions. She was very active in that organization and served on various committees. One of her greatest pleasures was to set sail for the Bay on her much loved sail boat Aries.

In addition to her devoted sister, Janice McCann, Miss Linsenmeyer is survived by her sister-in-law Virginia Linsenmeyer and her many much loved and caring nieces and nephews.

A Funeral Mass and fellowship meal will be held at a later date when restrictions have been modified or lifted.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the Little Sisters of the Poor, St. Martin's Home, 601 Maiden Choice Lane, Baltimore, MD 21228 or to the School Sisters of Notre Dame, Atlantic-Midwest Province, Development Office, 345 Belden Hill Road, Wilton, CT06897-3898

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LuAnn Johnson

May 21, 2020

The Patapsco River Power Squadron was a huge part of Aunt Kathleen's life. A lot of hard work and some fun times!

LuAnn Johnson

May 21, 2020

Wow, look at her accomplishment. Aunt Kathleen was committed to the Chesapeake.

LuAnn Johnson

May 11, 2020

Found this old photo of Aunt Susie fishing in Ocean City in the late 40's?

LuAnn Johnson

May 11, 2020

Aunt Susie was my Dad's sister. She lived close enough to visit often when I was young. I remember she would bring our Grandma to visit and we would all be on our best behavior while they were visiting. I remember the best sandwich ever was when Aunt Susie took me to Ocean City with her and Grandma to Ocean City to stay at the Lankford Hotel and after sunbathing and swimming with her all morning she would make thinly sliced roast beef sandwiches with pickles.

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