Mary Katheryn 'Katie' (Mast) Conn

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Mary Katheryn 'Katie' (Mast) Conn

July 01, 1934 - August 05, 2018

Mary Katheryn "Katie" (Mast) Conn, 84, Kokomo passed away Aug. 5, 2018. She was born July 1, 1934, in Kokomo to Verle and Margaret Mast.
Mary knew about hard work from a very young age. She attended St. Patrick School and remained a lifelong member. Mary was a caregiver and had a gift of kindness and compassion for others and enjoyed her work in home health care, taking care of others to improve their lives. Mary was a wonderful homemaker and a role model to her children. In her spare time, she had many hobbies: puzzles, watching television, movies and sports. She could always be found watching a game of any kind. She also enjoyed playing bingo. She loved being surrounded by her children and grandchildren. She will be greatly missed.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her ex-husband, Richard; brothers, Bob Mast and Lloyd "Sonny" Lewis; and sister, Helen Kirkpatrick.
Mary is survived by sisters, Maggie (Pat) Kline and Sister Loretta Ann Ewing; children, Mary (Tim) Miller, Theresa (Kirk) Scheumann, and Bill Conn; grandchildren, Stephanie (Zach) Overman, Zach (Megan) Miller, and Hannah Keck; great-grandchildren, Marshall, Makenzie, Mason and Cora; and many nieces and nephews.
Family will receive friends from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 7, at Sunset Memory Garden Funeral Home, 2097 W. Alto Road, Kokomo. Funeral Mass will be at noon Wednesday, Aug. 8 at St. Patrick Church, 1229 N. Washington St., officiated by the Rev. Father Brian Dudzinski, with entombment to follow.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. Patrick Church. To leave fond memories and condolences, visit www.sunsetmemorygarden.com.
Published on August 7, 2018
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