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Kathleen Ann Cook

Stevensville – Kathleen Ann McKee Cook, age 75, passed away peacefully in her home on March 2, 2017  She was surrounded by her devoted family after a long struggle with cancer which she faced with grace, humor, and dignity.
Kathleen was born on November 22, 1941, the daughter of Max T. and Agnes C. McKee of Hamilton, MT, where she grew up and graduated in 1960. That same year Kathleen married her high school sweetheart, Melvin J. Cook. They have been together for over 56 years. They shared a deep love for each other and for their family. She loved her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and she served in many church callings.
Through her love of genealogy and antiques she developed many lasting friendships. Kathleen was responsible for doing the research and getting the Daly Mansion put on the State and National Registers of Historical Places. She loved her own beautiful Victorian home and flower gardens. This was her favorite place in the world to be. She was a kind, gentle, pure and loving person. She was always cheerful and positive even during tough times. Above all, Kathleen is a cherished and devoted wife and mother. She was a true and genuine lady, and will be lovingly remembered and greatly missed.
Kathleen is survived by her husband Melvin J., son Calvin J. (Lucy) Cook of Layton, UT, son David Max (Sue) Cook of West Jordan, UT, daughter Pamela (Justin) Cozad of Centerville, UT, and daughter Jennifer (David) O’Neal of Draper, UT. She has nine grandchildren and one great grandchild.
Services will be held on Saturday, March 11, 2017, at the LDS Church in Stevensville. There will be a viewing at 10 a.m. The service will begin at 11 a.m. followed by a light luncheon. There will be a private internment following the luncheon.
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One Response to Kathleen Ann Cook
  1. Shirley Rasmussen
    March 10, 2017 | 12:27 am

    Truly I loved this lady too. She shared recipes and taught me about the care of flowers. I love flowers too and always marveled at the beauty of her yard. I was never taught about gardening or flower care and thus enjoyed any lessons I could get from Kathy. Her smile was spontaneous and sincere for anyone falling under it’s glow. Yes, she will be greatly missed.

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