Kathy L. Strebe
November 4, 1959 - April 1, 2019
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Wichmann Funeral Home-Laemmrich Chapel
312 Milwaukee Street
Menasha, WI 54952
Friday 4/5, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Wichmann Funeral Home-Laemmrich Chapel
312 Milwaukee Street
Menasha, WI 54952

Kathy L Strebe, age 59 passed away in the comfort of her own home unexpectedly on April 1st 2019. She was born on November 4th 1959. Beloved wife and friend to Scott, mother of Luke (Nicole) Strebe, grandmother to Ava and Lillian Strebe, sister to Steve and Randy Cotnoir. Kathy was preceded in death by…

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Thomas Dix left a message on April 5, 2019:
To my cousin, may god be with you and your family. I will see you in heaven.
Wanda Mathison /Seely left a message on April 5, 2019:
I'm so sorry for your loss and mine. I'm sending prayers for you and your family and friends. I will always love and miss my best friend!
Robert Russell left a message on April 5, 2019:
Sorry for your loss May God be with you praying
Renee Markes left a message on April 4, 2019:
To Kathy's Family: I am deeply sorry for your loss. The writer of the 23rd Psalm was King David.... King David was a shepherd as a youth. He knew the needs of sheep and the responsibilities of a shepherd. David, who had experienced God’s care in his life, wrote what has been called “a psalm of assurance or trust.” The 23rd Psalm describes three ways Almighty God (Psalms 83:18) cares for his people as a shepherd would care for his sheep. (Psalm 100:3)

1) Almighty God leads his sheep (followers). Sheep without their shepherd tend to get lost. Similarly, we need help to find the right path in life. (Jeremiah 10:23) As David explains: God guides his people to “grassy pastures” and “well-watered resting-places.” He leads them “in the tracks of righteousness.” (Psalms 23:2, 3) These pastoral images reassure us that we can trust in God. By following the leadings of his spirit as reflected in the Holy Bible, we can pursue a way of life that brings contentment, refreshment, and security.

2) Almighty God protects his sheep (followers) Without their shepherd, sheep are fearful and helpless. God tells his people that they need not fear, not even when they “walk in the valley of deep shadow”—during what may seem to be the darkest moments in life (Psalms 23:4) like during the death of a loved one. The Almighty watches over them, ever ready to help them. He can give his worshippers the wisdom and strength they need in order to cope with trials.—Philippians 4:13; James 1:2-5.

3) Almighty God feeds his sheep (followers) Sheep are dependent on their shepherd to find food for them. We have a spiritual need that can be filled only with God’s help. (Matthew 5:3) Thankfully, The True God is a generous Provider, arranging before his servants a bounteous table of spiritual nourishment. (Psalms 23:5) These Bible and Bible study publications are available only through His organized people today. This information you are reading came from that source and is spiritual food that satisfies our need to know the meaning of life and God’s purpose for us.
Nicole Jennings (Mathison) left a message on April 4, 2019:
I’m so saddened to have heard this news. Kathy was like my second mom. She was there when mine couldn’t be. I will always remember her kind heart and would. Big hugs and lots of love to Luke, Scott and family
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Paul Strebe left a message on April 4, 2019:
I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and your family
Mark Moderson left a message on April 4, 2019:
I am so sorry for your loss Scott and Luke Kathy is in heaven walking with the angels
Bonnie Johnson left a message on April 3, 2019:
O my gosh, I am shocked and sadden. My children's second mom while growing up. Kathy knew more mischief about my kids (especially my boys) than I ever did or will know and she loved all my children as her own. You will be missed Kathy.
Your memory will live on. We had a great time raising our children, and loving our grand babies. Until we met again.....fond memories remain.
Angela and Alan Deeg left a message on April 3, 2019:
So sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are sent your way. Treasure the memories and keep her story going for your girls. May you find peace and comfort as you go through this journey.
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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