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Kathryn A. Zeller

12/17/1957 - 09/22/2022
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Kathryn A. Zeller, 64, of Winchester, passed away on Thursday, September 22, 2022, after a short period of battling several medical conditions. She was born December 17, 1957, to Harry and Pat Flood. On July 26, 1980, she married Daniel Zeller. Early in their married life Kathy and Dan enjoyed camping at their private camp site “The Pit”; no electricity or running water, cooking dinners over a twelve-foot fire ring, enjoying many nights with family and friends around the fire. Later in life they enjoyed motorcycle trips and rides in their little two-seater sport cars traveling the United States searching for rustic roads. Kathy will be remembered for her loving, caring, and fun-loving ways.

Kathy is survived by her husband of 42 years, Dan; two children, Tim (Niki) Meyer, Jacki (Jeff) Yarh; five grandchildren, Ryan (Brea) Hayes, Chanse Kronberg, Madison Yarh, Sebastian Meyer, Iannah Meyer; four great-grandchildren, Kaylee, Lexi, Miley, and Silas. She is also survived by two sisters, Cindy Von Holzen and Linda Moss; brothers-in-law, Jim (Louise) Zeller, Jack Zeller; and other relatives and friends.

Preceding Kathy in death were her parents; and a brother-in-law, Richard Von Holzen.

A celebration of life will be announced at a later date. Interment will be in the Clayton Cemetery. Mueller Funeral Home-Winneconne is assisting the family.

“Though her loving heart has stopped, her love will forever be in ours. Love you Hon.”

If you wish please submit online condolences to muellerfh.net.

Jeff & Julie Laabs wrote on October 12, 2022
Sorry for your loss. We both knew Kathy for years as Jeff went to school with her and worked with her at Amcor and I worked with her also at I believe Plexus.

Jeff and Connie Boe wrote on October 1, 2022
Dan and family, So sorry to hear about Kathy. She was a kindhearted person and was fun to be with. She will be dearly missed. You have our condolences.

Debra VanOrnum wrote on October 1, 2022
Dan and family, My deepest sympathy in your loss, I worked with Kathy at Akrosil,had lots of laughs together, sending prayers .

Chris and Lou wrote on September 30, 2022
I have known Kathy since I have been five years old. We remained friends all these years and we always said that really means something. Dan we will always cherish the times the four of us have spent together. Our hearts go out to the whole family. She will be in our hearts forever.

Shauna Keel wrote on September 29, 2022
Grandma Kathy, as she asked me to call her, was such a beautiful giving soul who took me and my cubs under her wing during a difficult tim. She showed us the love and compassion of an angel and made sure we knew how special we were to her. I will miss her laugh, her free spirit, her sense of humor and most importantly her big heart. She gave amazing hugs and her smile lit up a room. She was a big personality in a pint size package. She will always be with me in my heart and I know she is watching over the cubs and I each day guiding us along our path of healing. Our deepest sympathies for your loss to Dan and family but most of all thank you all for sharing her with us because she has made a permanent mark on our hearts and lives. With much love, Shauna and the cubs