Kathryn A. Olle (1953-2018)

Kathryn Olle

Kathryn A. Olle, age 65, of Kenosha died unexpectedly on Monday, December 10, 2018 at Froedtert South Kenosha Hospital with her family by her side. Kathy was born on February 19, 1953 in Kenosha to Bruce and Frances (Meck) Ehlers. She was educated in the schools of Kenosha and graduated from Mary D. Bradford High School in 1971. Kathy married Larry Olle on August 12, 1989 in Kenosha. She worked for many years at Dynamatic and Knight-Barry Title Inc. Kathy enjoyed gardening, spending time sailing with Larry, the Packers and Cubs and hosting parties. She loved her four-legged companions, Mona and Chloe but her greatest joy was the time she spent with her special granddaughter, Grace.

She was preceded in death by her parents.

Kathy is survived by, her husband, Larry; a son, Tim Rains; her daughter, Courtney (Adam) Fiegel; two step-sons, Lance (Barbara) Olle and Larry Olle; her step-daughter, Milissa Olle all of Kenosha; ten grandchildren; five great grandchildren and two brothers, Marty (Kathy) Ehlers and Matt (Tina) Ehlers as well as nieces, nephews and other family and friends.

A memorial service for Kathy will be held at 11:00 A.M. on Friday, December 14, 2018 at the Woman’s Club (6028 – 8th Avenue). A visitation with the family will be held on Friday at the Woman’s Club from 10:00 A.M. until the time of service. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Safe Harbour Humane Society would be greatly appreciated.

Kathy’s family would like to express their sincerest gratitude to the ER staff at Froedtert South Kenosha Hospital for the tremendous care they gave her.

Thoughts for Kathryn A. Olle (1953-2018);

  • Lynne Kubicki says:

    I worked with Kathy at Eaton/Dynamatic for several years. We used to walk along the lake each morning before work. She was a stead-fast and loyal friend. I am sorry for your loss as she truly was a lovely person!

  • I have such fond memories of Kathy. We spent a lot of time together during our teenage years. We also did some crazy things together. I remember once, shortly after I got my drivers license, we picked up her moms dry cleaning. We hung it on the hooks in my car and we thought it would be neat if we pretended we were going on a vacation. So… we got on the interstate and we were having a blast until we got to the first toll booth and we had no money! Luckily, the man in the toll booth was very nice and let us go, telling us how to get back. I also remember our dream of being in a girls rock band. We tried to play guitars and sing in Kathy’s basement but we weren’t very good. Even though we lost touch over the years I will miss her so much. I’m sorry I can’t be at the service today. I remember Matt and Marty and would have liked to see you again and would have liked to meet Larry. My sincere condolences to all of you.

  • To Kathy’s family and friends, please accept my heartfelt condolences on your loss. I have found comfort in reading Job 14:14,15 where it shows that Jehovah God yearns to bring back to life the dead who are preserved in his memory. The Bible gives us a wonderful hope of living in a paradise on earth and seeing the resurrection of our dead loved ones. (Luke 23:43; John 5:28,29) May this bring you some comfort and strength as well, remembering that soon God will wipe away our tears and swallow up death forever.

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