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In Loving Memory

Geskermann, Katherine L.

Katherine L. Geskermann, was born on January 27, 1945 to Walter and Elizabeth (nee Kleist) Ludke and entered into rest on Sunday, January 21, 2024 at the age of 78.

Loving wife of 47 years to the late John B. Geskermann who preceeded her in death on June 29, 2023. Dear mother of Galen Bauer, Jason Bauer, and Kimberly Phillips. Dear sister of the late Carroll (Don) Brooks. Loving grandmother of Kara (Ben) Rose, Taylor Bauer, Braden Bauer, and Jonathan Phillips. Dear great-grandmother of Charlotte Rose and Christopher Rose. Dear aunt, cousin, sister-in-law and friend to many.

Katherine was proud of her work as a Certified Nursing Assistant at St. Anthony Hospital. Most of all she adored her kids, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. She also loved her dog Chelsie.

SERVICES: A Funeral Service will be held at Kutis South County Chapel 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd. at 4 p.m. Thursday, January 25 followed by a VISITATION until 6 pm. Interment at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.


3 thoughts on “Geskermann, Katherine L.”

  1. Kay and John are some good friends of mine..
    From when I attended the University of Wisconsin – River Falls, we have enjoyed each other’s company. I visited Kay and John when they were in Wisconsin, Minnesota and in Imperial, Missouri. I enjoyed Galen, Jason, and Kimberly when they were young. We would like to extend our sincere condolences and sympathy to the Geskermann family. I want everyone to know that Kay and John loved everyone in their family and shared experiences with me. May God’s perpetual light shine upon them and may they rest in peace. Amen

  2. Dear Family of Kay Geskermann,
    My heart goes out to all of you in this sad time of loss. Kay and I were first cousins and I have fond memories of her, Carroll, Don, Walt, Elizabeth , Mary Jo and Lisa on Harrison St in Red Wing.
    Kay was always smiling, pretty, fun to be around and I looked up to her.
    God bless Kay and her family.
    Angela (Angel) Clark

  3. May your happy memories give you peace and comfort during this challenging time. Mrs. Kay was more than I client to me she became family.

    With Love,


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