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KILPATRICK, KATHLEEN SUSAN (LOURIA) 2012-04-08
KILPATRICK KATHLEEN SUSAN (LOURIA) The Lord must have needed another angel to join His chorus and sing His praises as He called "Kathy" home on Christmas Eve of 2011. Kathleen was a long-time resident of Palm Harbor, Florida when she wasn't traveling throughout Europe and Asia. She was born on November 15, 1949 in Wyandotte General Hospital in Michigan She was preceded on her eternal journey by her beloved son, James Alan, and by her parents Bernadette (Steffes) and Alex Louria. Her brothers, Bernard and David also preceded her. She graduated from Lincoln Park High School in 1967. She retired from the Norfolk & Southern Railroad of Melvindale, MI. She leaves behind her husband of forty-three years, James Lee and her daughter Michelle Rene Read (David) and two much-treasured grandchildren – Amanda Paige Read and David Austin Read of Tampa, FL. Further, she will be deeply missed by her sister Joan Robertson (Donald) of Flat Rock, MI, her sister Janet Rodriguez (Mario) of Lincoln Park, MI, her sister Bernadine Kreitner and her brother Lee Louria, both of Lincoln Park. Kathleen will especially miss the many nieces and nephews that the Lord had blessed her with.Kathleen was a patriot, and she was a member of Post 67, Lincoln Park, MI American Legion Auxiliary.Ever the adventuress, Kathy was a resident of Fintas, Kuwait when Sadam Hussein invaded Kuwait on August 2, 1990. Only through daring driving were Kathy, her daughter Michelle and her husband Jim able to drive past the invading forces and escape through the border of Saudi Arabia and into the city of Khafji. Eventually, James' employer, McDonnell-Douglas Corporation, redeployed the three from Saudi Arabia to the city of Detroit. Never giving in to bullies, Kathleen returned to Kuwait when the last of the oil-well fires were extinguished.From her base in Kuwait, Kathleen took many trips to Europe and Asia. She was very enthused with a trip to Beijing, China where she walked the "Great Wall". She had two very special trips that she called her "pilgrimages". The first pilgrimage was to the grotto of Mother Mary in Lourdes, France. Her second pilgrimage was to Israel. She talked often of how she went to the birthplace of Jesus in Bethlehem. She also liked to tell her friends how she had actually walked where Jesus had walked the Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem where she performed the nine Stations of the Cross.A private family graveside memorial service will be held April 14th, 11:30 a.m. at St. Joseph Shrine, 8743U. S. 12, Brooklyn, MI in the Irish Hills area of Michigan.In lieu of flowers, donations will be deeply appreciated at Suncoast Hospice Foundation, 5771 Roosevelt Blvd., Clearwater, FL 33760 so that they may continue their excellent work.
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