Kathryn Ilene Likens

Kathryn Ilene Likens

October 04, 1921 - December 07, 2007

Kathryn Ilene Likens

October 04, 1921 - December 07, 2007


Kathryn Katy Ilene Likens nee Randazzo October 4, 1921-December 7, 2007. Our beloved Mom and Nonie passed away after fighting a tough battle of recovery from a stroke. She is survived by her daughter Annette Breslin and her son Philip Randazzo Pattie, her brother Donald De Shon, nine grandchildren, many great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and numerous friends. A gathering of family and friends will be held Wednesday, Dec. 12, 5-7 pm, rosary at 7 pm at O’Connor Mortuary Laguna Hills. Funeral Mass at Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City, Thursday at 12 noon. Interment to follow.

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4 responses to Kathryn Ilene Likens

  1. I am so sad to hear that we have lost our beloved Aunt Katy. Her “bearsy” will be missing her for sure. I always loved when she would come back and we would all go to dinner Mrs. Peter’s or Tippins or wherever her favorite was at the time and she would have us laughing listening to the old stories. I will miss her terribly. Staying with her was always a joy the few times I got to. How I will miss her laugh! She was always the prettiest lady around, keeping herself just so. Bearsy loves you Aunt Katy!

  2. I want to thank you for all you have done for me and my family. The laughs, the food, the dinners, the stories. I have learned so much from you over the years. I know there has been a lot of difficult times but you always came through. I know you are at peace and with your beloved family which you missed so much. I will always treasure these last 2 and half months more than you can imagine.

    Love to you and until we meet again, Pattie and Phil

  3. I will never forget that you came to K.C. in 2006 to visit with Dad — but mainly to say goodbye to Mom. And now, almost a year later, you have joined Mom in Heaven. What a happy reunion that must be! I’m sure the giggles, tears and lovies don’t even compare to the laughs you two shared when you drove the Caddies from California to Missouri. You were a happy, cheerful lady and a wonderful aunt. Alan and I will miss you! Like Mom, yours was a life well-lived because you were well-loved! Much love from Alan and Donna Carol!!!

  4. Aunt Katy,

    I’m still missing you today. I’ve saved all your old e-mails. Wish I could send you one about the cats I’ve trapped just to hear you laugh. That was one of my favorite parts of growing up was hearing you and Dad get tickled while telling old stories. Dad keeps your picture in his top drawer with all his important documents and treasures. I sure miss your help with the family genealogy. Give Mom a kiss for me.

    Love Always, Mar

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