Katharina Krout

April 16, 1921July 5, 2018

Katharina Krout, 97, of Aurora, Colorado passed away on July 5, 2018. She was born on April 16, 1921 in Yugoslavia. Among many things in her life, she enjoyed cooking for others. She could take anything and create an incredible meal that everyone loved.

She had a special place in her heart for people and cherished the laughs and memories that they shared.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband; Robert E. Krout, her 5 bothers, her 2 sisters, and her son's wife; Cheryl Joyce Krout.

She is survived by her son; Joseph Eugene Krout, her daughter Rose Mary Davis (Michael J. Davis), her 4 grandchildren; Lanea Marie Tonack (Glen Tonack), Leileni Rene Craig (Tom Craig), Cory Eugene Krout, and Tanner Joseph Davis, her 5 great grandchildren; Hunter Chandler Sorge, Brittenae Craig, T Michael Davis, Rachel Alexis Davis, and George Hunter Davis, her extended family, and friends.

A viewing will begin at 10:00 A.M. with a funeral service at 11:00 A.M. on Wednesday, July 11, 2018 at St. Therese's Catholic Church (1243 Kingston St, Aurora, CO 80010). A committal service will follow, at 1:30 P.M., at Eastlawn Cemetery (19600 E Smith Rd, Aurora, CO 80011).


  • Visitation Wednesday, July 11, 2018
  • Mass Wednesday, July 11, 2018
  • Committal Ceremony Wednesday, July 11, 2018

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Larry and Jo Gurzick

July 10, 2018

Our condolences to the Krout family.

We were in the St Therese choir with Bob for many years and Katie was always with us on Sundays and special occasions. We shared several enjoyable meals at the Krout house. Bob often bragged about Katie’s great cooking. Except for one time! Katie was making homemade soup. She reached in the cupboard for some spice and accidentally grabbed the cinnamon. When Bob told me about the soup, Katie actually blushed. I often teased her about her “world famous” cinnamon soup and we would have a good laugh together.

I have to smile when I think of them together in heaven. Although l’m pretty sure the first thing Katie did when she saw Bob was to give him an earful for dying first and leaving her behind for so long.

Rest In Peace, Katie. You had a long and amazing life.