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We send our sincere condolences to the Kellogg family. We were so sorry to hear of the passing of your wife and mother. She was always so pleasant and nice when I saw her a Penny's. May the wonderful memories you will always cherish of her comfort you in your sorrow.
Jerry and Marilyn Atkins
I have the privilege of knowing your son, Alan, whom I consider one of my closest friends, fellow Army careerist, a believer, and a son I'm sure your wife Cathy was so proud to call her son. My heart hurts for Alan on the loss of his mom, and you on the loss of your wife. I did not get to meet Cathy in this life - but I will see her some day!
I offer our family's prayers for you and the rest of the Kellogg clan. While we rejoice in knowing that our loved one is in the presence of our Savior, it doesn't lessen the hurt we feel in our hearts that their departure has created.
We celebrate Cathy's life and her reunion in heaven. She'll be there, praising our Lord, waiting on us!
Warm Regards & Aloha,
Roger & Laura Wood
I worked with Cathy many years ago at JC Penney's in the children's department when I was going to college at Iowa. I could tell she had a deep love of her family, and a great respect for all. We kept in touch over the years with Christmas cards. She really was a bright light to everyone she met.
Gary and family,
It broke our hearts when we hear the news. Cathy was a true fighter through the battle of cancer. She will be greatly missed and she will be forever in our hearts. We will miss all the great chats we had. She was the most kind hearted person we have ever known.
You are all in our thoughts and prayers. We are truly blessed to be part of her life.
Gary, I am so sorry for your loss.
So sorry Gary. I worked with Kathy at Penneys. She was so sweet and so nice to our customers.
Gary and children, what can a person say at such a time. Words seem so empty, but they are all we got. It was a pleasure to meet Cathy sometime ago when we came down to Iowa City to see the Hawkeyes play and then there was the trip to Branson. Have always kept her and Gary in my mind over the years, actually ever since I knew Gary at Wheelus AB, Libya. I see that you two were married a few days after we were - 4/11/64 for us and Gary and Cathy 4/18/64. All of you, just remember the good times you had with your wife and mother.
I remember her from Penneys. She was always so nice!
She will be missed at Monday night bingo, she was such a wonderful lady. So sweet and kind!
What a beautiful picture of Cathy. I imagine the heavenly treats she must be baking right now and it makes me smile. Much love, Lea
Gary and family,
Cathy will be truly missed,what a gentle soul she had.
I worked with Cathy at J.C.Penny for a number of years. We had such fun together!
Cathy was always up to helping anyone who needed her help.
God Bless each of you.
All of you are in my thoughts and prayers.
We have lost a good neighbor. My sympathy to you all. Jane
Cathy was my beloved wife, confident, advisor, and always willing to help me on physical outdoor projects when I was overwhelmed. Cathy provided me with outstanding meals and maintained an orderly home. Cathy was the love of my life, and I will miss her dearly. I will always love you, and may God rest your soul.