Katherine Oliver

katherine oliver
Oliver, Katherine On April 18th, 2009 Katherine Oliver passed away at the age of 76. Katherine was born in North Folk, W. VA. where she lived there until the Oliver family relocated to Torrance and has lived here ever since. Katherine had a love and a gift for teaching. She excelled in her career as a first grade teacher in Torrance and was favored by both her students and their parents. Her sister Rose, brother Dominick as well as all her friends will truly miss her and never forget her loving kindness to all. In lieu of flowers please make contributions to the American Heart or Diabetes Associations. Services: April 27th Rosary at 7 PM McCormick's Mortuary, April 28th Funeral Mass St. Lawrence Martyrs 10 AM. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery.

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  1. We share your loss, Katherine was very special to all of us. We hold Rose and Dominick in our hearts and prayers. We have many memories from your visits to MI and will cherish each one. In time we hope you will be able to remember all of our times together as a family. With love, Margaret, Mary, Dominick and Dianne, Dominick Jr. and John

  2. Very sorry about your loss. Attended Northfork High School and Concord College with Katherine. Also had her brother as a teacher in High School. She was a wonderful person. Sincerely, Gladys

  3. Sister Mary Paul, the Sisters of Our Lady of China, and the Members of Mission Circle #112 join in offering their Prayers for Katherine and her Family. May her Soul and the Souls of all the Faithful Departed Rest in Peace.

  4. Dominick and Rose, we are so sorry to hear about your loss, and wish we could be there for you, but know that you are in our hearts and our prayers. Katherine was a very special person. We are very gratefull for the times we were able to spend with you on your trips to Michigan. We will remember them always. With Love, the DeMarco Family. Joe and Pat. John and Laura, Michelle and Sarah

  5. To The Oliver Family, Not sure if you will remember me but, my grandmother Mary Theresa Cappicotta lived across the street from you all when you lived in Northfork. I do remember all of you and visiting when I would visit my Nona. I still have my little tea set that you all gave me that matched your china dishes at the time. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this diffcult time. May she rest in peace.

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