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Katherine Wellman

ANDERSON TOWNSHIP - Katherine "Katie" (nee Hornschemeier) Wellman, age 82, passed away on March 20, 2021. She was born on February 22, 1939 to the late Clarence and Mary (nee Meyer) Hornschemeier. She was the devoted wife of the late John "Jack" Edward Wellman; loving mother of Theresa (Dennis) Wheeler, Eddie (Linda) Wellman, Tony (Terri) Wellman, Kathy (Scott) Bitzer, Chris Wellman, Suzie (Mike) Kroeger, Mary Jo (Wade) Morey, Shirley (Jim) Cornetet, Tom (Kasi) Wellman, Mike (Julie) Wellman, and John (Amanda) Wellman; beloved grandmother of Ryan (Noreen), Lauren (Chris), Meta (Ryan), Charles, Carolyn (A.J.), Eric, Brian (Liz), Brett (Allison), C.J. (Shelby), Alex (Rian), Sarah (Brandon), Matthew, Ben, Jessica, Selena, Justin (Lindsay), Katelynn (Ayden), Jordan (Ben), Cody (Jessica), Cory (Emily), Jack, Grant, Andrew, Landon, Parker, Ava, Kate, and the late Morgan; dear great-grandmother of Quinn, Kennedy, Callen, Nash, Parker, Ashton, Teagan, Baby Costello, Baby Johnson, and Baby Emenhiser. Katherine was a lifelong member of St. John Fisher Catholic Church, and a long-time board member of SEM. Family will receive friends from 8:30AM-10AM on Friday, March 26, 2021 at St. John Fisher Catholic Church, a private mass will follow with interment at Gate of Heaven Cemetery. The Mass will be live streamed at SJFChurch.org. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions in Katherine's name be made to the American Cancer Society.

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Lives cannot be relived but memories are forever. Our families shared so much in days gone-by but it is as if it was yesterday. The more recent memories of you and Jack are real and heartwarming. My prayers are for you, Jack and your wonderful family, which is the true example of love. God Bless, Marge Deimling

Marge Deiming Mar 28 2021 4:11 AM

Nancy, my sister I remember you telling me of all the good times you had with the four of you. She will be missed. God bless you Nancy. Be careful, safe and well. Love you, Mary Pat :pray::hearts:

Mary Pat O'Toole Mar 27 2021 12:00 PM

I am a friend of her son Mike. He and I play racquetball along with others. Mike is a terrific guy with good values which reflects on how his mother raised him and his siblings. It is never easy to loose one's Mother. May she rest in peace.

Mike Gennett Mar 27 2021 7:16 AM

Our sympathy to all of you. We have warm memories of your parents, Jack and Katie: parish picnics, festivals, and Christmas midnight masses at St John Fisher. We remember when they lived in the little house at church and then built their home. Can still remember watching our dad, John Hasz, and Grandpa George Wessling working with your Dad on the house. Great memories. We have been blessed to have them in our lives. Christ's Peace, The Hasz Sisters (Julie Lane, Patti Hope, and Ginnie Florko-Gallo)

Virginia L Florko Mar 26 2021 1:29 PM

My condolences, love and prayers for the entire Wellman family. Katie was one of a kind. Such a generous, giving soul who loved her family fiercely. She made everyone feel like a part of her family. I will miss you Katie, rest in perfection.

Denise Bare-Wolfer Mar 25 2021 9:28 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Katherine Wellman

Denise Bare-Wolfer Mar 25 2021 9:23 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Katherine Wellman

Michelle Mills Mar 25 2021 9:52 AM

I want to tell you about the fun we had with Jack and Katie. Tom and I travelled with them many times . They were not only relatives, they were good friends. We went many places and saw many things all made more enjoyable because of their love and kindness. I grew up with Katie and will miss her every day. The long talks and great laughter we shared. :Love Nancy Dorgan

Nancy Dorgan Mar 24 2021 7:58 PM

The patience she had to raise 11 children is inspiring. I love our memories of camping with her and her family at Cowan Lake. I was in awe of how she could remember every grandchild and great grandchildrens names and birthdates. We will miss you Katie.

Elaine Herbst Mar 23 2021 6:49 PM