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    Obituary of Kathryn Kutac Wittig El Campo Leader-News Online 8 May 2004 Kathryn Wittig Kathryn Ann (Kathy) Kutac Wittig, 49, of Wharton, died Wednesday, May 5
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      Obituary of Kathryn Kutac Wittig
      El Campo Leader-News Online
      8 May 2004

      Kathryn Wittig

      Kathryn Ann (Kathy) Kutac Wittig, 49, of Wharton, died Wednesday, May
      5 in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico following an extended illness.
      She was born Nov. 28, 1954 in El Campo to Anton Kutac and Marie Labay
      Kutac.
      Mrs. Wittig was a life-long resident of Wharton County and was a
      member of Holy Family Catholic Church in Wharton. She was a 1973
      graduate of El Campo High School and received her Masters in
      Accounting from the University of Houston in Vicotria in 2000. She
      was an accountant with Hilliard & Smith in Sugar Land. She married
      Ronald Dwight Wittig on May 20, 1978 in El Campo. Mrs. Wittig was
      active in Girl Scouts, Little League and Babe Ruth Baseball programs.
      She also worked with her children in 4-H and FFA. She was a former
      member of the Pilot Club in Wharton and was active at Holy Family
      Catholic Church. She was an "Aggie Mom".
      Survivors include her husband, Ronnie Wittig; daughter, Kari Wittig;
      sons, Russell Wittig and Matthew Wittig all of Wharton; and brother,
      Leroy Kutac of Brazoria.
      A Rosary was held Friday, May 7 at the Wharton Funeral Home Chapel
      with Deacon Alvin Matthys officiating. A Funeral mass will be today,
      Saturday, May 8 at 9 a.m. at Holy Family Catholic Church in Wharton
      with Father Joe Vrana officiating. Burial will follow at Evergreen
      Memorial Park Cemetery in Wharton.
      Pallbearers are James Morris, Tony Smith, Charles Mazel, Laurance
      Armour, Joe Mike Crane, William Loocke, Wayne Waters and Papa Joe
      Rebecek.
      Honorary pallbearers are Ronnie Ivy, Mike Ivy, Kevin Wallen, Kristi
      Neal and all of her relatives and many friends who have been so
      supporting of her and the family through their prayers and love.
      Memorials may be made to Holy Family Catholic Church, 2011 Briar Ln.,
      Wharton, Texas 77488 or Baylor Breast Care Center, 6550 Fannin, Suite
      700, Houston, Texas 77030 or all youth Baseball programs in Wharton
      or Wharton County Youth Fair, P.O. Box 266, Wharton, Texas 77488.
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