Kathleen A. Dunn, age 69, of Grandview Dr., Perry Twp., Hadley, passed away Sunday morning, May 1, 2016 in her residence.
Kathy was born in Mercer on September 3, 1946 to George and Laura (Smith) Dunn. She was a 1964 graduate of Reynolds High School and had worked as a surgical tech for 20 years at UPMC Horizon Greenville. She had been previously been employed for 20 years as an assistant at Uzarski’s Veterinary Clinic, Greenville.
She was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Reynolds V.F.W. #7599, enjoyed playing bingo, and as an animal lover, she served as a volunteer at Strayhaven.
Surviving Kathy are two sons, Todd A. Nehlen and his wife Cindy of Greenville, Douglas G. Nehlen and his wife Linda of Greenville a sister, Pamela Musgrove and her husband Chris of Sheakleyville a brother, Paul A. Dunn of Houston, TX; five grandchildren, Kaela Nehlen, Brett Nehlen, Taylor Nehlen, Courtney Merrow, and Lindsay Curtis, and two great-grandchildren, Braddock Boyd and Caden Merrow.
She was preceded in death by her parents, a brother, James “Rick” Dunn, a companion Nick Carone and her previous husband, Donald E. Nehlen.
Cremation was chosen and there will be no services. Inurnment of cremains will be in Hadley Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Strayhaven, 94 Donation Rd., Greenville, PA 16125.
Arrangements are under the direction of Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc. 366-368 S. Main St. Greenville, PA.
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I just spoke with your mom last week and we had a nice long conversation. She was a special lady and I know she is in a better place. You and I met a few times in the Mobile Home Park and we actually had dinner together at the top of the hill. My deepest sympathy to you and family. God Bless her. I am the retired PSP who was good friends with Nick.
Sorry to hear about Kathy, I have many good memories of her as well as the rest of the family.
Cris and Lynda Noble
Doug, Linda, & Pam & Kayla, My heart is aching over the loss of my very special friend. She was like a sister to me. We shared allot of laughs and allot of moments of crying also but she sure could tell a good joke when she wanted too. Doug I know that you was always there for your mother and for that she greatly appreciated having that special son in you. She alway could count on you, Linda your wife and Pam too. She sure was blessed to have you as her son. Your pay backs will come to you in double fold from our Lord. I talked with her sometimes two or three times a day so its going to be very hard for me. I sure will miss my special friend and all the laughs we had. I am sure that she is finally at PEACE now. What a beautiful reunion she is having this evening with her mother, her brother Rick and also her favorite companion, Nicholas too. A part of her died too when she lost Nicholas. PS. Joe will also miss those jokes of your too…….
To Kathy’s family, I worked with her at UPMC and she was always a bright spot in my day, you have my deepest sympathies. She was a great lady to know.
I worked with Kathy in the O.R. She was the best C.S.S. Tech that place has seen in a long time.She had a great sense of humor and had a heart of gold.Rest in peace my dear friend.
Prayers and thoughts with all of you. May God be your comfort.
Doug and Todd and families, was very sorry to read in the paper of Kathy’s passing may God be with you all.
To all the family. I am so sorry for your loss. Kathy was a light to all of our visits. The ups, the downs, and even hearing her call me LITTLE GIRL will always be treasured in my heart. She is at peace now and the good lord will keep her in line.