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106 South Center
PO Box 192
Gardner, KS 66030
Phone: 913-856-7111
Fax: 913-884-7009

Kimberly "Kim" Kay Catasca

Friday, January 25th, 1963 - Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019
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Kimberly Kay Catasca passed away January 2nd, after a courageous battle with cancer. A Memorial Service was held Jan 11, 2019 in New Mexico for family and friends .A Celebration of Life for local family and friends will be held at 6:30 pm Fri., June 28, 2019 at New City Church, 517 W. Morgan, Edgerton, KS. Private family inurnment 10:00 am Sat., June 29, 2019 at St. Columbia Catholic Cemetery, Gardner, KS. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you donate to the “Catasca Children’s Education Fund” through U.S. Eagle Federal Credit Union. Arrangements: Bruce Funeral Home, Gardner, KS (913) 856-7111.

Kim (Oberhelman) was born in Kansas and grew up on a large farm. She spoke fondly when recalling memories of growing up on the farm, the youngest of three kids. She absolutely loved helping her Dad on the farm and cherished those times with him, as well as memories of riding horses with her sister and learning to cook authentic Mexican food from her mother and grandmother. After high school, she moved to Albuquerque to work for her Aunt and pursue a new life in a new location. It didn't’ take long for her to meet her future husband Paul and they were married in 1992.

As a devoted mother of three, Kim kept busy as an active and involved stay-at-home Mom for many years, returning only recently to the workforce. She would proudly tell you though, that her greatest work was in the raising of her son, Nathaniel and daughters, Kristen and Rebekah. They were truly her pride and joy.

She is survived by her husband, Paul; son, Nathaniel and daughters: Kristen and Rebekah, as well as her father, Allen Oberhelman; sister, Robyn (Oberhelman) Haenisch, Robyn’s husband, Tom Haenisch and their three sons: Derek, Travis and Kyle. Also surviving Kim is her brother, Tim Oberhelman.
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  • Service

    Friday, June 28th, 2019 | 6:30pm
    Friday, June 28th, 2019 6:30pm
    New City Church
    517 W. Morgan
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    Celebration of Life
  • Interment

    St. Columbia Catholic Cemetery
    15560 Moonlight Road
    GARDNER, KS 66030
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    Private family inurnment.


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Renee Markes

Posted at 06:40pm
Dear Paul, Nathaniel, Kristen, Rebekah and Family: I am so sorry for the loss of your wife and mother Kimberly.... I loss my own dear mother to cancer some 30 years ago, and I still miss her deeply, it seems even more so as I have grown older. When we lose someone we love to death, grief can overtake us like storm clouds that refuse to let the sunshine through. But keep 2Corinthians 4:6 in mind: "For God is the one who said: “Let the light shine out of darkness,” and he has shone on our hearts to illuminate them with the glorious knowledge of God by the face of Christ." ..... Almighty God has let the light shine through giving us a "a future and a hope" (Jeremiah 29:11). Our future and hope is in the Kingdom of God with Jesus Christ as its ruler. When Jesus was on earth he taught and demonstrated the resurrection. That is, Jesus raised people from death back to life on earth so they could be with their families once again. (Please read: the resurrection of Lazarus in John chapter 11; the widow of the city of Nain who loss her only son in Luke 7:11-15; Jairus’ daughter in Luke 8:41, 42 & 49-56) Jesus Christ, the Son of the Almighty God Living God, Jehovah will do the same for our loved ones. (Please read in your copy of the Holy Bible: Psalms 83:18 K.J.V.; John 6:40; Acts 24:15. & John 5:28, 29). The promised Kingdom of Almighty God will also bring endless life on a beautifully restored paradise earth (Isaiah 35:5,6; Isaiah 11:6-9; Isaiah 51:3).... This wonderful hope is a ray of sunshine with a breeze that will help blow away the storm clouds of unending grief..

David Cannady Family

Posted at 08:22am
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