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Catherine Mary Sevic Obituary | Star Tribune

  • Catherine Mary Sevic

Sevik Catherine Mary (née Peller), 80, from St. Paul and living in St. Anthony, Minnesota, passed away peacefully at home on Sunday, May 14, raising five children on religious and personal values. put an end to the life led by As her loving mother with her energy and insight, she has a deep conviction to encourage children to explore and develop their potential as they grow and enter service careers. raised her. During her 23 years, she bravely resisted the ill effects of multiple sclerosis. She focused on fitness and health. Her care also included many pets that became part of her family. Her other interests included sewing and having a colorful flower garden. She was born on August 24, 1942, in St. She was raised in Merriam, St. Paul, in her Park district, St. She received a degree in elementary education from Mark Elementary School, Central High School, and the University of Minnesota, St. She Paul. I got a teaching job at a university. At Paul’s school, her father, James Peller Sr., taught for her 36 years. Her sister Lavonne (surviving), who now lives in Orlando, Florida, also taught at St. Paul. While teaching in Munster, Indiana, Catherine met her future husband, Joseph, who also survived. She returned to the Twin Cities in 1973 so they could support their family. Her husband of 54 years, Joseph, has been by her side for 38 years, working as a copy editor at her pioneer press in St. Paul. In her later years, Katherine, he helped her 24/7 to combat multiple sclerosis and provide all the support she needed to endure. Her entire family, along with the Plum and Swanson families of Minneapolis, have given their love and support. The contributions of compassionate medical professionals and dedicated caregivers are essential and the family is deeply grateful for them. She was predeceased by her father and mother, Dorothy Peller, and by her brothers James, John, and Jerry. Her surviving children are Thomas Carney. [David Sevick by adoption] (Mary), from Shoreview, St. Paul’s educator. Brian of St. Anthony is helping from home. Kevin (Julie), Duluth, Health Care Administrator at Essentia Health. Craig (Zua), New Brighton resident, Robinsdale School educator. And Alina public health nurse Carolyn (Jason) who lives in Elk River. She has seven grandchildren whom she loves very much. The visit will take place on Monday, May 22, from 5-8 p.m. at the Washburn-McReavy Hillside Chapel, 2610 19th Avenue NE, Minneapolis. A Christian Burial Mass will be held at 10:30 am on Tuesday, May 23, and visitation will begin at 9:30 am at St John the Baptist Catholic Church, 835 2nd Ave NW, New Brighton. Afterwards, we had a luncheon. A private funeral will be held at Fort Martin on Thursday, May 25. Snelling National Cemetery. The family prefers the memorial to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Hillside Chapel 612-781-1999 2610 19th Ave. NE, Mpls

Issued May 21, 2023

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