Mary (Ramga) Katterheinrich

February 19, 1930 ~ April 14, 2020 (age 90)


NEW KNOXVILLE, OHIO — Mary Carol Katterheinrich  90, of New Knoxville, Ohio, died April 14, 2020 at Elmwood Living Center of New Bremen .

       She was born February 19, 1930, North of the village of Buckland, OH to Earl McKinley Ramga and Edna Irene (Graessle) Ramga .  On July 10, 1950, in Decatur, Indiana, she married Addis Lee Katterheinrich, whom preceded her death on July 17, 2016 .


       She is survived by two sons, Tom (Marna) Katterheinrich, and Bill (Lynda) Katterheinrich, one daughter, Linda Myers , a daughter-in-law, Ruth Katterheinrich, all of New Knoxville, Ohio; and four grandchildren, Rachel Katterheinrich, Susan (Matthew) Burke, Alisa Katterheinrich and Laura Katterheinrich.   Siblings Imogene Roser, of Cridersville and Virginia Hardesty, Marlene Elliott and Charles (Janice) Ramga, all of Wapakoneta. sisters-in law, Alfreda Ramga, Phyllis Ramga.  


      She was preceded in death by her parents, husband  Addis; two sons, Paul Katterheinrich and David Katterheinrich; and  brothers-in-law, Norman Roser , Charles Hardesty; Joe Elliot and Fred (Donna) Katterheinrich,  eight siblings, Annabelle (Kermit) Hoge, Donald Ramga, John Edwin Ramga, Herbert Ramga, Alice (Roland)Truesdale, Robert Ramga ,Christine (Joe) Steinke and Carl (Juanita) Ramga.


      She was a graduate of Buckland High School (Class of 1948).  Mary grew up on the family farm near Kossuth, OH. Mary had been a  high school cheerleader, a 4 H member . had worked at Nameplate, Spencerville, OH.   She enjoyed her family, attending auctions, her collections and keeping her home immaculate .


     Her memberships included First Church of New Knoxville, St. Marys Boat Club , and was a life member of the New Knoxville Historical Society.


    Private family burial rites will take place at the Pilger Ruhe Cemetery in New Knoxville, Ohio.


Memorial contributions may be directed to the First Church of New Knoxville Radio Broadcast Fund.


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