Kathleen G. Elicker

Kathleen G. Elicker

Passed: September 04, 2023

Kathleen G. Elicker

Passed: September 04, 2023


Kathleen Gersha Elicker, age 74 of Xenia, Ohio passed away on September 4, 2023 at home surrounded by her family. She was born on June 11, 1949 in Waynesville, Ohio the daughter of late Roy and Gladys Elicker.
Kathy loved dogs, camping, crocheting and was an avid reader. She loved Halloween and the fun of scaring others. She enjoyed her solitude and could usually be found in one of her many rocking chairs.
In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her siblings, Trudy Kimsey, Mary Allen, Elaine Madden, and Roy Lee Elicker.
Kathy is survived by her sisters, Barbara Elicker and Rollene Noe. Her children, Diane (Keith) Lamb, Dawna (Mark) Scott, Davie (Tammy) Lewis, Krissy (Tommy) Muse and stepchildren, Missy (Steve) Duffy, Nate (Jody) Smith, Danny Smith. Her ex-husband Mike Smith. Many grandchildren and great grandchildren.
A celebration of her life will we celebrated at Morris Pond 4972 Cottonville Rd Jamestown, Ohio 45335 on Friday September 15th at 5p. We will be having a lantern release at dark in her memory. Her celebration is open to all her knew and loved her.

No Events & Services

No Charities & Donations

No Gallery Photos

No Videos

5 responses to Kathleen G. Elicker

  1. Brittany Smith says:

    Love you grandma!

  2. Addison Atchison says:

    I love you grandma❤️💕 from Addison

  3. Addison says:

    Miss you grandma 😔❤️💕
    Love you mamaw💕❤️

  4. Krissy says:

    I miss you so much nightowl!

  5. Richard Allen says:

    Aunt Kathy would shepherd us kids on adventures when we visited them at the Wolf farm over half a century ago. I will always remember and cherish our treks to the swimming hole at the Wolf farm with Aunt Kathy teaching us to sing Michael Row the Boat Ashore Halleluja. Every time I hear that song I envision us kids following Aunt Kathy through the cow pasture with her lion’s mane golden hair flowing in the breeze and us younger kids singing at the top of our lungs as she taught us lyrics. Someday (I hope not too soon) we will walk those green pastures and sing those hymns again.

Leave A Condolence

Call Now Button