Obituary: Katherine Shelley Emrich Dierssen
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Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 1 Oct 2009, B39


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Katherine Shelley Emrich Dierssen died at her home in Evanston, September 20, 2009 at the age of 96. Katherine, also known as "Kay," was born in 1913 to Irene and Ewald Dierssen of Logan Square in Chicago. She was the eldest of five sisters, Bernice, Ethel, Fernella and Irene. She married Richard Paul Shelley. They would had two children, John and Elizabeth. Her son, John, married M. Graciela Shelley. Her daughter married Dennis Hayes and resides in Naples, FL. Upon Katherine's husband's death in 1985. She married C. Lyman Emrich Jr. in 1992. In addition to her son John (M. Graciela) and daughter, Elizabeth (Dennis) she leaves three grandchildren, Robert (Kristin), Michael (Erin) and Stephanie (Mark); and six great-grandchildren, Katie, Sarah, William, Max, Camille, Josephine; two stepsons, Philip Emrich (Dee) and Jeffery Emrich (Stephanie); and three step-grandchildren Chip, Parker and Elizabeth.

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1 Oct 2009
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Wilmette.News.302102
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English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Obituary: Katherine Shelley Emrich Dierssen


Full article availble at Wilmette Public Library.