Kathleen Cline Sprow

May 1, 1926 - March 23, 2013
Kathleen Cline Sprow

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Kathleen Cline Sprow, 86, of Hendersonville passed away Saturday, March 23, 2013 at Elizabeth House following several weeks of declining health. A native of Parkersburg, WV, she was a daughter of the late John J. and Hattie Morehouse Cline. She was also preceded in death by a sister, Frances Tahlier, and a grandson, Aaron Rogers. She was a graduate of Marshall College with a Business degree. She moved to Buffalo, NY and married Richard C. Sprow in 1949. Following thirty-five years in Buffalo, they moved to Edinburg, TX, where they spent several years enjoying traveling and the retired life. In 1990 they moved to Asheville where they lived for ten years prior to moving to Hendersonville. She was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother.

Survivors include her loving husband of sixty-three years, Richard C. Sprow; five sons, Gregory B. Sprow of Oakton, VA, Steven C. Sprow of Sacramento, CA, Patrick E. Sprow of Evans, GA, Terrence G. Sprow of Buffalo, NY, Kevin E. Sprow, also of Buffalo, NY; a daughter, Charleen F. Rogers of Tucson, AZ; five grandchildren, Brian, Kyle, Kathleen, Stefanie, and Teresa; and a number of nieces and nephews.

No local service is planned at this time.

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  • March 25, 2013
    Polly & Barry Crawshaw says:
    It was a joy to know Katie at Heritage Hills and walk to dinner with her and Dick. We've missed them since they moved.May God bless all her family with wonderful memories of a special lady.

  • March 26, 2013
    Tonia says:
    To the Sprow Family. May you take comfort in the bible promise to see an end to 'pain, suffering and even death.' (Revelation 21:4) This is a sure promise from our Heavenly Father Jehovah and I hope you find this promise very comforting at this difficult time. For more information on the hope for those we have lost in death go to jw.org.