Kathleen "Kay" Ann (Webster) PETERSON

Born: Tue., Jul. 2, 1929
Died: Tue., Nov. 14, 2017


Celebration of Life

10:30 AM Fri., Nov. 17, 2017
Location: Shanidar Chapel


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It is with great sadness the family of Kathleen Ann Peterson announces her peaceful passing on November 14th in Rosetown at the age of 88.

Great Kate as she was affectionately known was predeceased be her husband and soulmate Norman; her son-in-law Bill Reddick; her sisters June and Evelyn; and her brother Ted.

She will be dearly missed by her daughter Linda; son Terry and wife Debbie; son Keith and wife Carol; her grandchildren Bill Jr. (Shawna), Belinda, Jackie, Kristin (Matt), Kenton (Kate), and Kiel (Chantel). She had 11 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-granddaughter.

Kay enjoyed her Blue Jays baseball and curling bonspiels on TV. She will be sorely missed by all who were recipients of her newsy handwritten letters; two pages were never enough. You took a bit of our hearts with you Mom, but each of us knows how much you loved us. You and Dad are together again now. Love to you both.

A Celebration of Life was held at Shanidar Chapel, Rosetown, on Friday, November 17th, 2017 at 10:30 a.m. with Mr. Darby Freistadt presiding. Donations in memory of Kay made be made to Orange Memories Care Home (Activity Fund), P.O. Box 1900, Rosetown, Sask. S0L 2V0.

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Bonnie & Kevin St John
   Posted Wed November 15, 2017
Our deepest sympathy to you Terry, Keith and families.

Donna Reddick
   Posted Wed November 15, 2017
Linda, Terry, Keith and families:
Our sincere sympathy is extended to all of you at this time of sadness. "Great Kate" was a wonderful person, who loved her family above all else. We always enjoyed our visits in her home at Christmas. She will be missed by many. Love, Donna Reddick & family

Melanie Bueckert
   Posted Wed November 15, 2017
Linda, Terry, Keith and families, Auntie Kay was a wonderful, wonderful lady. Every December 4 (on dad's birthday) she and "Arthur" would write me a lengthy Christmas newsletter telling me what the Petersons were up to...she was always our connection to dad's family and I will miss those letters. I am so glad Les and I stopped to visit with her in August. Your mom was a true gem and I loved her very much. Sending love to you all. Just imagine the dancing going on with all the family gathered around the piano/organ/violin.... She will be missed.

Barb (Hearn) Currie
   Posted Wed November 15, 2017
Linda,Terry, Keith and families. I am deeply saddened to hear of Kay's passing. She and your Dad were such good friends of my parents and she was like a second Mom to me. When I was younger I spent a lot of time with them when my parents were off to Case conventions. After I married and moved away, you could be assured of a big bear hug whenever Kay saw me or my family. I enjoyed getting back to Rosetown to have a visit with your Mom. It was like no time had passed since we last saw each other. I was one of those fortunate ones that received that wonderful Christmas letter and will miss hearing all the news of her family. She was so proud of all of you. She was a wonderful lady and I will miss her. Hugs to you all. Barb Currie

Sheila Yaremko
   Posted Thu November 16, 2017
Just received the news of Aunty Kay's passing and I can only think how lucky I was to have had her in my life. Her warm personality, loving heart, sense of fun, gentle grace, humor, hospitality, and positive attitude were a gift to all of us who knew her and were loved by her. For me, she was a true role model and she possessed a quiet strength that was an absolute inspiration. When our family was touched by tragedy that was almost too immense to bear, she and Uncle Norm were just "there" to offer their support and encouragement in subtle ways that really mattered.
I have wonderful memories of Peterson family visits and Aunty Kay was always a vibrant presence whenever we got together. In latter years, as more and more of our Peterson loved ones passed on, she remained the tie that bound us together..........her and Arthur!!!! I am going to miss that very much!
I have no doubt that she is at peace, and somewhere she and Uncle Norm are dancing the Schottische!
To my cousins Linda, Terry and Keith......... Love and peace to all of you. Never doubt how much she loved you and how much joy and pride you gave her.
Treasure the memories!!
Love, Sheila and Conrad ( Yaremko)

Karen and Derril Hough
   Posted Thu November 16, 2017
I’m always at a loss for words when a parent passes away. We miss them them no matter their age. I have the best memories of your mom and dad! Of course I sat at the dinner table a lot of Wednesday nights. They were good friends to my family and I have some great memories of our times together. Our thoughts are with you all and your families.

Bob and Marilyn Long
   Posted Thu November 16, 2017
Peterson families:
Sending our deepest sympathy on the passing of your mom. May your memories give you comfort at this trying time

Don Ewson
   Posted Fri November 17, 2017
To the Peterson Families
So sorry to hear about your loss.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very emotional time.
Sincerley Don And Laura

Cathy Brown (Epp)
   Posted Fri November 17, 2017
Linda, Terry, Keith and families. So sorry to hear of Aunt Kay's passing, she was such a special person, with a kind and loving heart! Melanie mentioned her being the connection to the Peterson side for her, she also played that role in my life, she was the one who kept us connected. I like many others will miss the letters, that she and "Arthur" penned together.
She loved her family and was so proud of all of you. May your memories give you comfort!!

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