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CATHERINE ANN DULL

Catherine Ann Dull, age 60, of Faribault died on Tuesday, January 1, 2013, at her home surrounded by her family and friends.

Funeral services will be held at the Boldt Funeral Home, Faribault on Saturday, January 5, 2013 at 1:30 p.m. with the Reverend Rick Roushar, pastor of Cannon Valley Church of Christ, Faribault, officiating.

Visitation will be at the Boldt Funeral Home, Faribault on Friday, January 4th from 3 to 7 p.m. and also for one hour prior to the services on Saturday.

Catherine Ann, the daughter of Roland F. and Mary E. (Davis) Stoner was born on December 29, 1952 in Greenfield, IN. Her lifeís work and true passion was dedicated to always giving and helping others. Her interests and hobbies included working on her puzzles, card games, internet games, texting her family and friends and spending all day fishing on the lake, trying to catch the big one. Cathy especially enjoyed being in Godís House every Sunday morning. She received pleasure from reading her bible and having afternoon bible study with her two special friends, Sue Gerholdt and Scarlet Malecha.

She is survived by daughters, Ellen (and Jeffrey) DeMars of Warsaw, Annette (and Michael) Berg of Faribault and Sarah Dull of Faribault and Roberta (and Curtis) Schley of Faribault; five grandchildren, Jessica, Jacob, and Mary DeMars, Ryan and Nicole Berg; one great grandson, Gage Young; her mother, Mary Davis of Des Moines, IA; five siblings, Deborah Ann (and Grant) Winger of Council Bluffs, IA, Mary Lou Lewis of Canton, IL, Laura Jepperson of Canton, IL, Jeannie (and Greg) Davis of Faribault, Russell (and Angie) Davis of Faribault; a special niece and great niece, Jessica and Araeyah Davis.

She was preceded in death by her husband, David Dull; a son, grandchild and great grandchild; her father, Rolland F. Stoner; her step father, Roy E. Davis; siblings, Robin Lee and Randy J. Davis; one step sister, Deborah M. Climber.


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Name: Audrey Tobin
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Date: Saturday February 09, 2013

Memories

I remember waiting on Kathy at Norwest/Wells Fargo Bank where I was a personal banker for 19 years. She was always a joy to work with and just had to record a memory when I went online to Boldt Funeral Home to read the obituaries. Sorry I am so late at responding to Kathy's passing. Annette, I certainly remember waiting on you at the bank too. May Kathy be at peace! With my Sincere Sympathy, Audrey Tobin

Name: Jane Nesseth
Email: janen@bradenlawoffice.com
Date: Monday January 07, 2013

Memories

Ellen, Annette and family: I was so saddened to read of your mom's passing. I hadn't seen your mom for quite some time, but I remember her as such a smiley, upbeat person with all the dealings we had with her through the law office. She took such very good care of her brother, Randy. I extend my deepest sympathy to you all. God bless you as you grieve the loss of your mother. Jane Nesseth

Name: Anne Krause
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Date: Thursday January 03, 2013

Memories

Cathy was such a gift to us all. A wonderful person.

Name: Jim Pence
Email: GymPants05@yahoo.com
Date: Wednesday January 02, 2013

Memories

...one of the most faithful people I have ever met, not to mention her joyful enthusiasm and loving care for those "less fortunate". She was rich beyond measure and now rest in her Riches that is greater than anything in this life.

Name: Teri bauer
Email: huni_29@hotmail.com
Date: Wednesday January 02, 2013

Memories

I just want to say that Cathy was a very strong lady, and was a lady that was to the point..I have knowen (mom)and her family for a very long time Al most like my own family...I love you mom and will miss seeing you at the apartment. To moms family I love you and Cathy is in a better place now and we will all be together again one day...