In Memory

Kitty Harnage

Kathy Lynn Harnage, 41, was born in Muskogee July 8, 1960 to Charles "Dobbin" and Nadine (Cannon) Harnage. She died in the city of her birth Thursday, June 13, 2002.

While at Muskogee High School, Kathy lettered in track and was a 1976 Oklahoma Junior Rodeo Association State Champion.

Mr. Harnage worked for large collection firms nation-wide and was proud of her efforts to help businesses in her free time. Kathy loved to golf and be on the water, especially riding Sea Doos.

Kathy is survived by her parents, Charles "Dobbin" and Nadine Harnage of Muskogee, one sister, Gail Ward and her husband, Rick, of Muskogee, numerous aunts, uncles and other relatives.

A funeral service will be held Monday, June 17, 2002 at 1:00 P.M. at the Bradley Belltower Chapel with Reverend Joe Strickland officiating. Interment will follow in Greenhill Cemetery with Robert Eller, Billy Taylor, Wade Rousselot, Jason Rousselot, Bobby Moore, and Charles Pearson serving as pallbearers.

Gene Wallace, Edmond Synar, Bob Rousselot, Ron Price, Charlie Green, Doug Tidwell and Lance Walker will be honorary pallbearers.

The family has entrusted the Bradley Family Funeral Service with the arrangements.

[Muskogee Daily Phoenix, June 15, 2002]

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05/22/08 10:37 PM #1    

Kelly O'Brien (Butler)

I miss Kitty. What a sweet, funny girl she was. Loyal friend and always there if she thought you needed her. I have many fond memories of her from riding horses at her parents house, playing powderpuff football and running around together with Lana and many others. She was loved by all of us.

05/27/08 08:28 PM #2    

Lana Wait (Marchetti)

Kitty was one of a kind & we were all sorry to hear that she had had an accident. I remember cruising around in that yellow Impala (big boat of a car)up & down the streets. She was very generous & always wanting to do something for you to make you feel better about yourself. She always wanted to beat up our boyfriends which was pretty funny! I remember living pretty close to her in Gooseneck Bend & one day I came home & there was a grass snake in my kitchen. My parents weren't home so I called Kitty & she came down & killed it!!

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