Katie Wolfe

February 16, 1943 - April 4, 2009
Katie Wolfe

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Mary Catherine ìKatieî Wolfe, 66 of Hendersonville, died Saturday, April 4, 2009 at Park Ridge Hospital. A native of Everett, Washington, she lived in San Francisco before coming to Henderson County in 1996. She was the daughter of the late John Patrick and Olive Kuehn Wolfe.

She was employed as a Child Welfare Worker and Supervisor for the City and County of San Francisco for 29 years. Katie was of the Catholic faith.

Katie is survived by one son, Joshua Patrick Wolfe and wife LaShawn Wolfe, four grandchildren – Julian, Kierra, Joshua and Josiah. She is also survived by three sisters and two brothers, Stephanie Ogden, John Wolfe, Sheelah Giaconini, Kelly Wolfe, Bridget Buford and fourteen nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Katieís name to San Franciscoís Department of Children, Youth & Their Families at the following address: DCYF, 1390 Market Street, Suite 900, San Francisco, CA 94102.

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  • April 10, 2009
    Ann Marr says:
    Joshua, I want to tell you that you had a special MOM. I was her physical therapist that recently worked with her at home. I was out of town for several weeks and just saw that she had passed away. She spoke very highly of you.I really enjoyed working and talking with her. She had offered to teach my older girls to quilt this summer. I will keep you and your family in my prayers.

  • October 17, 2016
    Josiah wolfe says:
    I just wanted to say. My grandmother was a very nice person. I miss her so much tears come down my face everytime i think of her. I have had alot of memories with her. I will deeply miss her. And there is alot that this world will remember her for. If there is one thing ill remotely remember her for. It is that she would share things with us because she was a very open person. And she made my days happy because she made a smile on my face everyday i saw her. If she was still alive today, there would be so many things id talk about. And so many things id ask.