Kathryn L. "Kathy" Kehres

Kathryn L. "Kathy" Kehres

Kathryn L. "Kathy" Kehres, 59, of Diamond, died Saturday, August 9, 2014 at her home surrounded by her family.

She was born May 27, 1955 in Ravenna to Bruce and Goldie (McPeak) Slack. Kathy was a resident of Diamond for the past 36 years, was the assistant treasurer for Southeast Local Schools and a member of Deerfield Evangelical Friends Church, where she and her husband served as youth leaders for many years.

Survivors include her husband of 39 years Greg Kehres, daughter Emily Kehres of Cuyahoga Falls, sons Adam (Amanda) Kehres of Diamond and Andrew Kehres of Paris Township, mother Goldie Slack of Edinburg, grandchildren Jacob, Matthew, Brooke, Calan and Ella, sister Karen Warwood of Edinburg and brother Dan Slack of Edinburg.

She was preceded in death by her father Bruce Slack and a brother Larry Slack. Kathy will be remembered as a loving devoted wife, mother, grandmother, daughter and sister. Also for her fighting spirit and smile, that she had until the very end. She will be deeply missed by all of those whose lives were touched by knowing her.

Calling hours will be from 5 PM to 8 PM on Monday, August 11, 2014 at Deerfield Evangelical Friends Church. Funeral services will be at 10 AM on Tuesday, August 12, 2014 at the church with Reverend Jody Hill and Pastor Randy Heckert officiating.

Burial will follow in West Cemetery in Palmyra. Arrangements have been entrusted to Shorts Spicer Crislip Funeral Home Ravenna Chapel. Condolences and memories may be shared at www.sscfuneralhomes.com.

(Shorts-Spicer-Crislip 330-296-6858, R 8-10-14)

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  • Mr. Kehres and family:

    I worked with Kathy when I was a fiscal consultant at SPARCC.  I just wanted to let you know Kathy was a wonderful person.  She was a devoted employee and did her job with honesty and integrity.  She will be missed.  You all are in my prayers.
     

  • Dear Greg, Goldie and family,

    I will cling to the many memories of times that Kathy and I played together as children, attended youth group together at the Edinburg United Church, played flutes in the band and rode many hayrides together! Unfortunately, as life happens and we take different paths as young adults, Kathy married and I went away to college, our paths did not cross as often until recent class reunions. Kathy was always a dear, kind friend and I am blessed to have  spent time with her. I can't imagine the hurt you are feeling, but rest assured that we will see her again, in our faith through Jesus Christ. I am sorry I will not be in Ohio for her services, as I have just moved out of state. My condolences to you and her children. God Bless you, Love, Carol Gibson-Bauman