Kathryn Ann Wheeler Welker of Middleburg, Florida passed away on March 27, 2013. Kathryn, the daughter of William (Bill) Mason Wheeler and the late Mary Ann Aud Wheeler, was born January 22, 1960, in Dayton Ohio.
She is survived by her husband Ed Welker of Middleburg, Florida and two daughters Annie and Emily Welker, two grandchildren Mason and June Welker, parents Bill and Margie Ann Harkins Wheeler of Summerville, SC, brother Rick Wheeler of Summerville, SC, sisters Marena Morton and Donna Wheeler of Summerville, SC.
A memorial service is pending and will be published at a later date for our little angel.
We love you dearly and will miss you little angel.
When you were born, an angel smiled,
As you became a child, an angel sat on your shoulder
When you became an adult, an angel held your hand
As you grew old, an angel walked down the road with you,
And, when you died, another angel got their wings.
 
 
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Welker, Kathryn Ann Wheeler

  • Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Kathryn Ann Wheeler Welker --

 
Kathryn Ann Wheeler Welker of Middleburg, Florida passed away on March 27, 2013. Kathryn, the daughter of William (Bill) Mason Wheeler and the late Mary Ann Aud Wheeler, was born January 22, 1960, in Dayton Ohio.
She is survived by her husband Ed Welker of Middleburg, Florida and two daughters Annie and Emily Welker, two grandchildren Mason and June Welker, parents Bill and Margie Ann Harkins Wheeler of Summerville, SC, brother Rick Wheeler of Summerville, SC, sisters Marena Morton and Donna Wheeler of Summerville, SC.
A memorial service is pending and will be published at a later date for our little angel.
We love you dearly and will miss you little angel.
When you were born, an angel smiled,
As you became a child, an angel sat on your shoulder
When you became an adult, an angel held your hand
As you grew old, an angel walked down the road with you,
And, when you died, another angel got their wings.
 
 

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