ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved ones, Kathleen Nader, 65 years old, born on December 4, 1954, and passed away on November 3, 2020. This is also dedicated to Patricia O’Neill, beloved Sister of Kathleen and Jennifer. She left us for heaven in 2020 as well. We will remember them forever.
Posted by Charo Coleman on April 4, 2021
Miss you momma ❤
Posted by Reed Kirby on March 31, 2021
Miss, you Nina. Thanks for taking me to places I would have never visited otherwise like Ireland, I'll always remember that trip with you. You passed away younger than you should have but enjoyed life in this world more than most through your travel experiences. Love you
Posted by Jennifer Deschenksy on March 28, 2021
To Kathleen....words cannot express the heartfelt sorrow I feel at your untimely loss....your family, friends are all so saddened but the love you leave to all is cherished. You, your mom and Patty are all together in God’s house, all free from pain and embracing, enjoying each other....the memories you leave are a blessing to all...I cherish the thoughtful Stargazers you sent on my birthday for years, till we meet again dear friend I love you...hugs to your family.....God be with them all today and every day. ♥️♥️
Barbara McKenzie Whitton
Posted by Rachel Kirby on March 27, 2021
I needed more time, I miss you so much.
I hope you're dancing in the sky
I hope you're singing in the angel's choir
I hope the angels know what they have
I'll bet it's so nice up in heaven since you arrived

Posted by Jennifer Deschenksy on March 24, 2021
Being your sister is one of the greatest blessings life has offered me. Life without you isn’t the same.
Posted by Jim Dagostino on March 20, 2021
Probably the first thing I really remember noticing about Kathy was her smile. Before I had ever spoken a word to her I remember seeing that great big beautiful smile and I thought that she must be an amazing and kind person. She was certainly that and so much more. She welcomed me into her family when I married her cousin and treated me like someone she’d known her entire life. I am truly blessed to have known her and I will miss her beyond words. God Bless you, Kathy. Rest In Peace. 

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Posted by Charo Coleman on April 4, 2021
Miss you momma ❤
Posted by Reed Kirby on March 31, 2021
Miss, you Nina. Thanks for taking me to places I would have never visited otherwise like Ireland, I'll always remember that trip with you. You passed away younger than you should have but enjoyed life in this world more than most through your travel experiences. Love you
Posted by Jennifer Deschenksy on March 28, 2021
To Kathleen....words cannot express the heartfelt sorrow I feel at your untimely loss....your family, friends are all so saddened but the love you leave to all is cherished. You, your mom and Patty are all together in God’s house, all free from pain and embracing, enjoying each other....the memories you leave are a blessing to all...I cherish the thoughtful Stargazers you sent on my birthday for years, till we meet again dear friend I love you...hugs to your family.....God be with them all today and every day. ♥️♥️
Barbara McKenzie Whitton
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Kathleen Nader( December 04, 1954 - November 03, 2020 )

Kathleen passed away Tuesday, November 3, 2020 at home. Age 65 years. She was born December 4, 1954 in Dearborn to Bruce and Donna O’Neill. Kathleen married Jim Nader on August 17, 1993 and he survives her. Kathleen was Office Manager of Nader Masonry and a member of the St. Charles United Methodist Church. She enjoyed gardening in her free time.

Kathleen was the oldest of 3 girls. Kathleen, Patricia, and Jennifer. She was born in Michigan. She relocated to Texas with her family in the 70”s. She had 2 children, Rachel and Joshua. Kathy married the love of her life Jim Nader
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LOVE YOU FOREVER

Shared by jim nader on March 27, 2021
 I met kathy the summer of 1970 and adored her but it wasn't till august of '71' that we got together. We met again a cook out at mike prestons in august of '87' and have been together ever since. Thank you kathy for 33 great years. I will love you forever.
Shared by Rachel Kirby on April 15, 2021
Moms poem
Shared by Rachel Kirby on April 15, 2021
In 2017 my mom took my daughter and I to Ireland to see Aunt Patty. We had a great time although it took forever to get there. When we finally got to sleep there I started talking in my sleep and with an Irish accent! After we got home mom wrote a poem about it.