Katelyn Wurtz Obituary – Katelyn Wurtz (nee Ballman), age 27, of Cheviot, Ohio died on Wednesday, September 29, 2021. She was brought into the world in Cincinnati, Ohio on April 30, 1994, to Peggy Ballman.
She was gone before in death by her mom, Peggy Ballman, grandma, Hattie Ballman, and sister, Larhnoda Vol.
Katelyn is made due by her cherished Husband, Josh Wurtz; guardians, Fred (Brenda) Herbers; kids, Anabelle Pastrimas-Wurtz, Braxton Wurtz, Owen Ballman, Easton Ballman; kin, Eric (Misty) Ballman, Trenton Vohl, Andrea Vohl, Cameron Ballman, Alexis Pelfrey, Tiffany Herbers, Erin Herbers, Ernie Sizemore, Charity Herbers, Bri Herbers, Elizabeth Gifford; mother by marriage and father-in-law, Gary and Kim Wurtz; sister-in-law, Kayla (Charles) Rutland; and a large group of other relatives and companions.
In cherishing the memory of Katelyn, commitments might be made to the family.
To share a memory of Katelyn or leave a unique directive for her family, kindly snap the Share Memories button above. I compose a post this evening that I never thought in 1,000,000 years I would each need to compose. My valuable, delightful, cherishing, caring, kind, glad, euphoric thus substantially more little girl in-affection died abruptly yesterday. God genuinely honored our family with this Lil spitfire that came into our family with such a lot of affection and sympathy and never thought back.
She cherished Josh Wurtz with an unequivocal love. Katelyn Wurtz mended Josh of past damages and torment and caused and helped him to adore once more. HE LOVED HIS WOMAN AND SHE LOVED HER MAN! I never imagined that God would favor me with a particularly astonishing, cherishing little girl in law, however, he did with Katelyn.
This young lady adored hard. At the point when she embraced you, you realized you were adored and cherished profoundly. Our lives won’t ever go back. There will consistently be an opening. Much thanks to you to all who have called, informed, and messaged us, and brought us food You all have been so uplifting to us! Above all, I might want to ask that you don’t accept what befell Katelyn in light of the fact that we don’t have the foggiest idea.
I ask that you if it’s not too much trouble, petition God for my grandbabies, their kids… Bella, Braxton, Owen, and Easton! They love her so much and I realize this doesn’t sound good to them.
I would ask that appeal to God for my child! His heart is so broken! He’s so lost! Kindly Continue to appeal to God for Katelyn’s mother and father, sisters and siblings, just as our family as well… she had such an effect on everybody’s lives. I really say thanks to God for giving us such a gift with Katelyn. totally wiped out is the main way I can depict how I feel at the present time. I can recall when we were 14 going to local gatherings. spending time with your mother and sister.
me being so envious with regards to your restroom in your room. Kayla and I visiting you while you were in recuperation before Owen. seeing owen we he previously came out and us going to share your first cigarette after his introduction to the world. carrying you and your own gifts to your loft in Lexington. talking for quite a long time. we were simply talking days prior man. those recollections. I can’t handle it at the present time. you will be so missed and you were so cherished kay. perpetually and to the moon boo. we will meet on the homestead one day. I love you, Katelyn. I realize you’d partake in these significant legacies. Katelyn Wurtz