Allnutt Funeral Service - Estes Park Chapel

1302 Graves Ave., Estes Park, CO


Catherine Mary Steinfath

May 29, 1947November 13, 2019

Estes Park resident Cathi Steinfath passed into Heaven on Wednesday November 13, 2019 at 6:05 in the evening in her home with her family by her side, Cathi was 72 years old. Catherine Mary Hausner was born May 29, 1947 in Libertyville, Illinois, her parents were Joseph and Frances (Jeffery) Hausner. Cathi met Howie in 1962 and they were High school sweethearts. Cathi graduated from Mundelein High School in Mundelein, Illinois. On October 1, 1966 Cathi and Howard Steinfath got married in Diamond Lake, Illinois and started their wonderful life together. In 1969 Cathi and Howie and three sons moved to Broomfield, Colorado where Cathi’s every dream was to live in Colorado. Then in 1973 Cathi and family moved to Loveland, Colorado until 1985 when she and family moved to Florida for 20 years. Then in 2005 Cathi and Howie moved to Estes Park where Cathi had wanted to be, living in the mountains, and where they found Rocky Mountain Church, attended weekly and then became Members. Cathy also enjoyed Camping, boating hiking and enjoying the beauty of the area’s mountains, wildlife and flowers. Cathi is survived by her husband Howard of Estes Park and 3 sons; Lonnie (Tammy) Steinfath of Conneaut Lake, PA, Casey (Julie) Steinfath of North Port, FL and Corey (Susan) Steinfath of North Port, FL. She was also blessed with grandchildren Daniel, Leia, Megan, Emily, Zachary, Nicholas, Jacob and A.J. and 11 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents and her mother and father in law Howard and Ruth (Bohman) Steinfath. Cathi’s life will be celebrated on Saturday November 23, 2019 at 1:00 PM at Rocky Mountain Church 451 Promontory Drive in Estes Park. Memorial gifts may be made to Rocky Mountain Church in care of Allnutt Funeral Service 1302 Graves Ave. Estes Park, CO 80517.


  • Celebration of Life Saturday, November 23, 2019


Catherine Mary Steinfath

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Al Granata

December 4, 2019

Reading the family comments were so perfect. Cathi and Howe were bless their sons and grandchildren. Know-one will ever have a more perfect marriage. They always seemed like they grew closer together year after year. Long marriage great family. But it never ends Cathi is with Howe and her family for ever linked together. God Bless Cathi Steinfath forever. Amen🙏

Virginia Montoya

November 22, 2019

In memory of my best friend of 50 years. We both needed a “sister” and we raised our families together. We took care of each other’s kids as our own. We shared nearly every holiday, motorcycle rides, boating, water skiing, camping, and midnight grocery shopping, to many things to recall. However Cathi you had the gift of writing and humor and I have many of those treasures, none better then the “Italian marble tile” and “Remember when”.
There were a few years we had motor scooters and pity anyone driving on the west side of Loveland and Fort Collins as we were “wild and crazy “ all we needed was a tank of gas”!
The last couple years we drifted apart with our move to Indiana when my husband John fell ill and my hands were so crippled.
Cathi I miss you and your cards and letters, but every time I have a “Cup of Tea” I will remember you forever and beyond.
I am sure you are dancing barefoot with the angels through the wild flowers and your toes in the brook by the tulips. You got to see Jesus first but someday I’ll join you as we visit him.
With love, Virginia

Harold Stromberger

November 21, 2019

Howie, I was saddened to hear of Cathy's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Look to the Lord for comfort at this difficult time. Take care.

Jennifer Hoppe-Heimos

November 21, 2019

I love you Aunt Cathi! You were always the most sweetest aunt, I was most fortunate to have. I will always cherish your memories. For they were the sweetest a person could have. I thank you for many things... your sweetness, your loving heart, always making me feel so special. We had many adventures together. My childhood was that so special because you were a part of it, From hunting for sea glass and walking on the beach.... talking about boys and how you always thought the best of me. Thank you for believing in me. I know you’re up in heaven holding grandma‘s hand smiling down on all of us. Always know how much I love you! Be sure you give grandma a hug! I love you So much and I will miss you ...until I see you again. All the beautiful colors of this world shine brighter because you were a part of it. I will miss you but I will see you again till then I love you ...always....

Ray Miller

November 20, 2019

Howie, so sad to hear of your loss, I sure enjoyed all the good times we had together, Cathie was a real lady,