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For those who are in their time of Bereavement…We wish to Extend our sincere Sympathy.

Kramer Family Funeral Home is proud to offer this new and convenient feature of online obituaries. We understand it is often hard to attend services in-person. For this reason, we have provided an e-mail condolences service on-line. If you would like to share your thoughts and memories, we will deliver your message to the family. Also, we do have helpful information on Grief Recovery and support information which is located in Grief Recovery section.

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Kathryn "Kathy" Larson

Tuesday, December 16, 2008
8:30 AM until 9:30 AM

Kramer Family Funeral Home
Sherburn, Mn

Tuesday, December 16, 2008
9:30 AM

Kramer Family Funeral Home Chapel
Sherburn, Mn

Special Services:
Father Peter Schuster will be officiating

At 55 years, Kathryn Ann Larson left this earth, but she did not leave our memory. Giving us a winning grin or finding a way to be mischievous to others, all of us will fill a void of losing our friend.

The world somehow seems quieter now that she is gone. No more shouts of “I’ll be good!” or “I go to the yellow store!” Her love for the simple pleasures in life is something we can all aspire to. Know one could enjoy a trip to McDonalds more than Kathy.

In 2004, after many different places to live, Kathy found a place that could really be home. During the four years she lived at COR all of us got to witness a marvelous transformation. While we thought she would be such a delicate flower living with men, we quickly saw her take the reins as the Queen of her home. While her tiara may get crooked once in awhile (from trying to keep her house mates in line), make no mistake, it belonged to her!

Work was something Kathy always showed an interest in, but was offered very few opportunities before 2004. STEP opened doors for her to be productive and she excelled. She often would find work and bring it to the staff while saying, “I do work!” Using a jig Kathy would stay focused on the task at hand and complete what was asked of her.

On December 11, 2008 Kathy left us. I think of her standing tall at the gates of heaven no longer needing a wheelchair. I believe she witnessed the glory that God had in store for her and in grand exclamation raised her arms and shouted, “I was good!” We are all thankful for the time we had with her and that we were allowed to be part of her life.


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