Olinger Hampden Mortuary and Cemetery

8600 East Hampden Ave, Denver, CO


Kathy Ann Redmond

August 28, 1959July 29, 2019

Kathy Ann Redmond of Aurora, Co died Monday, July 29, 2019 of cardiac arrest.

Kathy was born in Wood River, Illinois to parents Laverne "Vern" Schwallenstecker and Mary Schwallenstecker. Kathy graduated from Smokey Hill High School in Aurora in 1977. She married her high school sweetheart in 1979 and they enjoyed 40 years together.

Kathy is survived by her mother Mary, Litchfield, IL.; sister Tammy, Carlinville, IL.; husband Tim, Aurora, CO.; son and daughter-in-law Brandon and Katie, Aurora, CO ; son and daughter-in-law Brad and Brenda, Aurora, CO., two grandsons Ayden, age 11 and Ryle, age 9, and granddaughter Annalye, age 2.


  • Memorial Service Thursday, August 15, 2019


Kathy Ann Redmond

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Crystal Henderson

August 13, 2019

I had the pleasure of working with Kathy for the last 5 years and in the last year, as her manager. Kathy - I will miss our daily talks about our families, our vacations, what we did over the weekends, your grandkids, our home improvement projects (you were so excited about your new grass), the cakes you made whenever we celebrated a birthday, your bingo excursions, your genuine and caring nature, exchanging "good morning" and "have a great night"with you at the end of each day, you sitting at my desk each afternoon to talk about life.....but most of all I will miss you Kathy. Prayers and peace for your family during this difficult time.

Lori Hasty

August 12, 2019

So sorry for your loss. I worked with Kathy @ Sedgwick and she was one of the sweetest people and I really enjoyed working with her. She always had a smile and loved to talk about her family especially the grandkids. She will be missed.

Maureen Holleran

August 12, 2019

I had the pleasure of working with Kathy at OneBeacon for the past several years. She was a pleasure to work with. She was kind, she was gracious and she was always willing to help a fellow employee out. She was truly a class act and will be greatly missed.