Kathryn Virginia Kaiser of Warner, Oklahoma, stepped into heaven on September 13, 2020. She was 82 years young. She was preceded in death by her father, Harold Miller and husband James ‘Ras’ Kaiser.
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Kathryn is survived by her mother, Ruby Miller of Webbers Falls, brothers Gloyd Miller and wife Dessa of Muskogee, OK, George Miller and wife Linda of Webbers Falls, OK and Kenneth Miller of Warner, OK; three daughters, Melinda Obal and husband, Phil of Flagler Beach, FL,Terry Estes and husband, Doug of Kingston, OK, and Sherry Coody and husband, Steve of Muskogee, OK. She leaves 16 grandchildren: Leah Obal, Elizabeth Obal, Micah Obal, Victoria Sherrill and Timothy Obal; Lee Grant, Lance Grant, Emily Hakim Davoud and Katie Grant; Sarah Loch, Aaron LaBounty, Daniel LaBounty, Hannah LaBounty, Gabriel LaBounty, Abi LaBounty and Rebekah LaBounty-Long; and 11 great-grandchildren: Saylin & Ari Sherrill, McKinley, Riley, Keith and Seth Grant, Cohen Rouse, Cassandra, Kyrie and Alan Loch and Kayden Vanderpool. Kathryn held a very close relationship with the family of Jack and Julia Webster, their children, Jared, Jessica and Jill, and their grandchildren.
Kathryn was a devout Christian who treasured family above all else and was always there when they needed her. She was married to Ras Kaiser, the love of her life, for 47 years and together they reared three daughters. Kathryn was known for her beautiful singing voice, her abilities as a seamstress, her kindness and straightforward approach to life. She was able to learn how to do anything she put her mind to. She retired from Warner Public Schools as administrative assistant in the superintendent’s office after over 25 years of service.
Viewing will be Friday, September 18, 2020, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Lescher Millsap Funeral Home, Muskogee, OK. Graveside services will be September 19, 2020, at 2 p.m. at Warner Memorial Cemetery. The family asks for respect by wearing a mask unless your health contraindicates and observe social distancing.
The going home ceremony will be officiated by Michael Peters and Lee Grant. Pallbearers are Micah Obal, Timothy Obal, Lee Grant, Lance Grant, Aaron LaBounty, Daniel LaBounty, Gabriel LaBounty and Jared Webster.