ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Kathleen Schubel-Stump who was born on June 4, 1962 and passed away on November 25, 2010. She was a beautiful and lovely woman who made everyone smile and laugh. She was always there for her friends and family and we will love and miss her always.

 

Posted by Jessa Keilitz on September 3, 2019
I took your ashes with me on a trip to Manistee this weekend. I left some of them in Lake Michigan at the beach we used to go to. It was so nice to feel close to you again for the first time since you passed. It was nice finally having a chance to say goodbye. I love you. ♥
Posted by Jessa Keilitz on June 5, 2019
I'm a day late, but Happy Birthday, Mom <3 I miss you every day.
Posted by Jessa Keilitz on May 11, 2015
I miss you so much today. I try not to feel cheated or angry because you got taken away from me so soon, but it's hard. You were my best friend and we had so many more memories to make and adventures to go on. You were supposed to be there when I started college and come see my art in the school shows. You were supposed to be by my side when Jace was born. You were supposed to walk me down the aisle at my wedding. We should have had a ton more road trips and trips to the movies. There is a huge part of my life missing because you're not by my side through everything I've gone through and experienced the past four years. I'm finally discovering who I am and growing up and you're not here to see it and that hurts so bad, because I think you always saw the strength I had. You knew who I was before I did. I just want to talk to you and be around you and laugh with you. I want my best friend back. I love you, Mom. Forever.
Posted by Robyn Sundberg on December 21, 2011
Jessica and Logan ...I heard the news today about your mom..So sorry for your loss.. Your mom and I were friends from high school.. Unfortunatly time changes people and they get busy with their lives and sometimes friends go on... I remember Logan and Kathy coming to my house in Livonia and taking them to the airport to visit Kathys parents in Florida.
Posted by Aaron Koonce on December 19, 2011
I was grieved to recently hear about Kathy's untimely death. Our time together as high school sweethearts was relatively brief. We remained distantly fond of each other over the years. Outwardly a beautiful woman, Kathy's inner beauty was far more impressionable. She did love life and I know she loved her family. We were just two kids in love, but our time together is not forgotten.
Posted by Krissy Oswalt on December 4, 2010
Even though Kathy wasnt my mom.I always considered her my extra mom.Everytime i came over i would give her a hug and ask her how she was doing.When holidays came along and i would call her and wish her happy holiday or happy mothers day.She was the sweetest woman in the world and she always saw the best in everyone.Even though she is gone i know she will always be with us.
Posted by Jessica Keilitz on December 3, 2010
You were the best, Mom. I'll miss our long chats and light laughs.I'll miss my best friend. You were beautiful inside and out and I know so many will miss you. I love you so much. Rest in peace.
Posted by Angela Guinn on December 3, 2010
although I did not get to know you that well, I do know that you raised two wonderful children. Logan has told me many stories of how great you were and I do know you will be very missed. I make this promise to you Kathy, I will take care of Logan and I promise I will not ever try to hurt him, I love him very much.
Posted by Carey Keilitz on December 3, 2010
Kathy was a warm and endearing woman that I am fortunate to say she was a friend of mine. Her kind nature will be missed and will be carried on in her children. Jessica and Logan I send my deepest sympathy and regards for the loss of your mom. Keep her close to your heart always.

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Posted by Jessa Keilitz on September 3, 2019
I took your ashes with me on a trip to Manistee this weekend. I left some of them in Lake Michigan at the beach we used to go to. It was so nice to feel close to you again for the first time since you passed. It was nice finally having a chance to say goodbye. I love you. ♥
Posted by Jessa Keilitz on June 5, 2019
I'm a day late, but Happy Birthday, Mom <3 I miss you every day.
Posted by Jessa Keilitz on May 11, 2015
I miss you so much today. I try not to feel cheated or angry because you got taken away from me so soon, but it's hard. You were my best friend and we had so many more memories to make and adventures to go on. You were supposed to be there when I started college and come see my art in the school shows. You were supposed to be by my side when Jace was born. You were supposed to walk me down the aisle at my wedding. We should have had a ton more road trips and trips to the movies. There is a huge part of my life missing because you're not by my side through everything I've gone through and experienced the past four years. I'm finally discovering who I am and growing up and you're not here to see it and that hurts so bad, because I think you always saw the strength I had. You knew who I was before I did. I just want to talk to you and be around you and laugh with you. I want my best friend back. I love you, Mom. Forever.
Recent stories

Watching the Storms Roll In

Shared by Jessica Keilitz on September 3, 2019
You used to take me and Logan to the beach in Manistee when a storm was coming in. We'd watch the clouds and you'd let us play in the waves until the weather got too bad and we had to get out. I got to go to that beach this weekend and I felt so close to you. <3 
Shared by Jessa Keilitz on June 11, 2016

Thinking of you today, Mom, because your grandson was just driving his toy car up and down my leg and it reminded me of when I was little. You used to ask me and Logan to drive our toy cars over your back because it was relaxing to you. It's a little memory, but often the parellels between being your daughter and being Jace's mother just take me by surprise. I wish you were here so that Jace would have another race track for his cars.

Superbowl

Shared by Arloa Brantley on February 13, 2011

 Superbowl Sunday. I will never forget. If there was one thing I remember was Mom's cheese puffs. No one in the world could make those cheese puffs like Mom did. I will miss you Mom!

-Arloa