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Kathryn C Hermanns

January 23, 1926 - January 30, 2013
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Kathryn C. Hermanns, 87, of Chesapeake City, MD, passed away January 30, 2013 at Seasons Hospice. According to her wishes, services will be private. To send condolences visit (410)398-3388 Kathryn was born in Niagara Falls, NY on January 23, 1926. Her parents were John A. Kearns and Anna Rae Frempt Kearns. Her husband TedContinue Reading

Betty Ann left a message on February 7, 2013:
Mom. I might not have live close to you but you were always a phone call away and knowing that was reassuring. I miss you already but I will call Ted and talk about the weather. Rest in Peace Little Lady I love you.
Nadine Lopo left a message on February 6, 2013:
I will cherish the memories of Christmas time with you. Mom continues the tradition of giving us matching pajamas on Christmas Eve. That is something that I look forward to every year. I enjoyed spending time with you every time I visited back east. So many people loved you, especially Ted. He loved his little lady. I miss you and love you.
Marianne Whetstone left a message on February 3, 2013:
My sympathy to my friend Ellen and her family. You all have an advocate in Heaven.
kate rowen left a message on February 2, 2013:
Mom we had nice conversations about angels and we laughed about that you really had a great angel watching over you. Well now I bet you are working with those angels. So you will be traveling faster and covering a wider territory have fun! Thanks for the bikes the roller skates and the ice skates they kept me on the move.
Bill Dowell left a message on February 2, 2013:
Aunt Cassie, what a wonderful person. I have nothing but the fondest memories of her. It was always fun and laughter when she was around. She will be sadly missed.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Ellyn Pawlowski left a message on February 2, 2013:
My Grandmom was a very important part of my life. I was with her for as long as I can remember. She was always taking me out on new adventures, watching the same movie with me OVER AND OVER again, and simply being there for me whenever I needed her. As I grew up I can not tell you how many time grandmom was there, every event, every memorable situation I can see my grandmom there; she was even there just because, she would come over and watch us kids while our parents were at work and that was always a fun time. Grandmom has taken me so many places, Arizona, the mountains and a number of other places that it was just me and her traveling together. These are memories that I will always hold close to my heart. It is a strange and overwhelming feeling to think that she is actually gone; however, I know she is at peace and that is what I wanted for her the most. I am beyond blessed to say that I witnessed such an incredible woman and that my 2 children have gotten the chance to feel her warm embrace. I will never forget my time and years with my Grandmom. I love you so much you are always in my heart. Walk lightly with the angels Grandmom, I will continue to work as hard as I can to make you proud while you are watching all of us continue to grow . Again I love you so much and will NEVER let the memory of you fade in my heart. To me you live forever....... Love your Great Grand Daughter, Ellyn
Juliette Donnelly left a message on February 2, 2013:
I will miss you grandmom. I loved when you came to stay with us and talked about the silly things your cats did. And you always wanted to get home to Ted. You were a lot of fun. You were funny at your 86 birthday party when you sat down to blow out your candle. I love you so much. I hope you are comfortable and warm and watching over us. Love you Juliette
Corrin left a message on February 2, 2013:
My Grandmom, was a very strong loving woman. She lived a long nice life with her familt and friends that cared about her. I wasnt around her as much as i may have liked but we still interacted and it was hard for me, im going to miss her. But i know that she didnt leave me forever she is an angle above watching over me. This was her temporary home, not where she belonged, windows and rooms that she just passed thru, this was just a stop on the way to where shes going, i know she wasnt afraid because she knew this was her temporary home. She will be in my heart forever and i know ill see her again someday, because this is my temporary home as well.
Neely and Nic Smith left a message on February 2, 2013:
Betty Ann and Nadine, I'm so sorry for the loss of your mother and grandmom. You and your family are in our thoughts during this difficult time. Best wishes to you all.
Regina Kearns left a message on February 2, 2013:
My favorite memory is being little down the shore and all of you coming to visit. We had so much fun on the beach and playing at home and even sometimes a little fighting with each other. All and all we had fun. I always said our parents made sure we knew each other. Even when times passed we grew older and wasn't together as much we remained knowing each other and could pick up where we left off. This past September will always be a new memory in my mind at Ellen's house and a lot of us cousins were together. Loved it. We all got to spend time with Aunt Cassie. I will miss you Aunt Cassie as I do all of you. Love you. I know you are at peace and happy in heaven.
carol donnelly left a message on February 2, 2013:
a truely kind and loving human being!
Janet Giorla left a message on February 2, 2013:
Betty Ann and family, I am so very sorry to hear of the passing of your mom. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this most difficult time.
Beverly Wolfe left a message on February 1, 2013:
You were like a mom to me and one of my favorite people ever. I loved sitting with you and listening to the stories of your life and take comfort in knowing that you are in heaven watching over all who loved you. Thank you for treating me and my family as your family. We all love you very much and will miss you always. And, to the family you left behind, we are so sorry for this great loss and offer our prayers for comfort to you during this painful time.
Michele Mich left a message on February 1, 2013:
Ellen & Christine, I had the pleasure of meeting your mother/grandmother a couple times at the store. She was a delight ! She did an awesome job as a mother because Ellen, you are a wonderful person. Seems that gene has passed down to your daughter, Christine as well. Perhaps my mom & yours are enjoying a nice cocktail talking about how lucky they are to have put "this" world behind and enjoying themselves worry-free. God Bless all of you. We are here if you need anything.
Christine Donnelly left a message on February 1, 2013:
Grandmom was such a special woman. I loved every minute I spent with her growing up. Our time became even more special the older I got and started having kids of my own. Grandmom loved being around family and taking her grandkids on special outings and her grandkids and great grandkids loved it as well. It was always an adventure. It is also so amazing that our Grandmom had 5 generations that she was able to meet during her life. Not many grandparents can say that. I will miss Grandmom so very much. My family has been so blessed to have had her in our lives to bring us so many good memories to cherish (Like always getting lost but she would always claim she knew where she was). These past 6 days have been overwhelming but I am grateful to have had the time to talk to her and thank her for all she has done for me and my family and I am. And let her know how every much she was loved. She was at peace the last few days and had no pain. She was so in love with her husband Ted and he loved her so very much in the end I know she died happy and with the person she wanted to exit this world with next to her to comfort her-Ted. I Love you so much Grandmom-Godspeed! Chris
Ellen arms left a message on February 1, 2013:
Mom we love you. Rest in peace. We will watch over your hubby for you
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