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Kathryn J Tasker

June 4, 1927November 5, 2020

Kathryn J. Tasker, 93, of Lake Odessa passed on November 5, 2020 at Hastings Rehab and Nursing Center in Hastings, MI. Kathryn was born on June 4, 1927 to George W. Bever and Flossie (Carter) Bever in Lake Odessa, MI. In November of 1946 she married John D. Tasker and he proceed her in death on June 25, 2000. She enjoyed hunting and keeping her son in line. Kathryn will be missed by her son Gary (Arlene) Tasker, grandchildren Mark Tasker and Darlene (Mike) Huver, and great-grandchild Samantha, along will many nieces, nephews and cousins. Preceding her in death are: her husband John, her parents, siblings: Marshall and Norma Bever, Dean and Helen Bever, Lois and Royce Hendrick and grandson Brian Tasker. At this time no services will be held, but a celebration will be planned when the covid-19 pandemic is over, Kathryn will be laid to rest next to John at Lakeside Cemetery in Lake Odessa, MI.

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Ken Tasker

November 10, 2020

I use go down farm she be standing at sink and she say to me what doing. John be sitting at table eating she cook great cookies

Sandy Wells

November 10, 2020

My Aunt Kathryn , Uncle John and Cousin Gary lived just down the road from where I grew up. It was walking distance (back when kids could wander around). I spent lots of days at their farm
I have nothing but good memories of my time spent there. Watching my aunt cook on a wood stove was so interesting to me. Watching her sew her clothes and crochet/knit mittens, booties, hats and ripple afghans. She made mittens for the Christmas baskets every year. I still use her pattern for the mittens I make.
She had a very mean rooster that I had to run from all the time or take a broom with me to chase him away.
So many memories.
I loved the front porch and still love porches to this day. Just to sit out there and play/read when i was there.
But what I really like was the quietness of my Aunt's house. I came from a family of seven so it was always crazy. Here it was quiet.
So many memories came flooding back when I heard she passed away. I was sad that we couldn't visit the last several months. And sad that I didn't visit more.
I was making mittens when I got the call. With her pattern. I will always think about her with happy thoughts when I make mittens.
But she missed John so much. Now she is reunited with him and her 2 babies. And that makes me feel better. Love, Sandy

Norma Grieser

November 10, 2020

Gary and family, our sympathy in the loss of your mother. Our mothers ( Iris Zook) were such food friends. In my memories are times of visiting at your home when we were younger. Blessings to you and your family.

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