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Catherine J. Edmonds

Catherine Jeanette Edmonds, 89, of Streator passed away Sunday evening (Dec. 1st) at OSF St. Francis Medical Center in Peoria.
A visitation will be held on Monday from Noon – 2PM at the Winterrowd Funeral Home.                    
Funeral services will be held Monday 2PM at the funeral home.
Burial will be at the East Freeborn Lutheran Church Cemetery in rural Albert Lea, MN.
Catherine was born May 12, 1924 in Freeborn County, Albert Lea, MN. to Martin Gilbert and Cora Matilda (Lindsey) Enderson.
She was baptized by the Rev. Nuswang and confirmed by Rev. Magellsin in the Lutheran Faith.
She married Alfred J. Edmonds on September 2, 1950 in Joliet, IL.  They moved to Streator where they all lived all their life.
She is survived by her sons, Allen (Nancy) Edmonds of Billings, Montana, and Milton (Carol) Edmonds of Ottawa, 3 grandchildren, Jennifer (Steve) Icenogle, Joe Edmonds  and D.R. Edmonds, 5 great-grandchildren, Montana, Corbin, Jakin and Indiana  Icenogle and Donavan Edmonds and sister Phyllis Inderly of Albert Lea, MN and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, sisters, Ethel, Lucille, Pearl and brother Milton.
Catherine attended school in Albert Lea and was a member of the East Freeborn Lutheran Church in rural Albert Lee.  She attended St. Paul Lutheran Church in Streator where she sang in the choir for 12 years.  
Catherine raised two boys and worked for Grand Ridge School and McKinley School in Ottawa in the cafeteria for 25 years.  She retired in 1992.  She loved being with children, cleaning houses and loved doing things for people and volunteer work. She was an immaculate house keeper.  
Catherine loved to play Uno and Yahtzee, all card games, embroidering and crocheting. She loved working outside with her flowers and loved to bake.  

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