Hardeman, Katherine Sue

Monday, March 14, 2022
Katherine Sue Hardeman, of Chattanooga, passed away Friday March 11, 2022 at her home. She graduated from Lakeview High School in Fort Oglethorpe in 1975.

She was preceded by mother, Mary Bell Kilgore Hardeman, of Henegar, Al. October 1933-February 2002, and father, Lonnie Ben Hardeman, of Kenner, Al., October 1929-November 1995; and her brother, Lonnie Ben Hardeman, Jr., of Chattanooga, Feb. 17, 2018.

She is survived by daughter, Donna Kay Vass Smith, of Loganville Ga., and her three children, Donald, Jaymz and Kaye Leeanne Turner, also of Loganville, and their four kids, Albree Rose Turner, Jonathan Jaymz Turner, Donald Joseph Turner and Arthor Alexander Doyce Turner; daughter, Stephanie Kay Galloway, her three kids, Kayleigh Lashae, Natalie Jade and Eliza LeeAnn Galloway, of Pisgah, Al.; Mary Cathryn and Laranza Houston Bell and their son, Kyler Jerry Bell;
Katrina Lucille Richmond Cox, of Aliceville, Al. and her child, Gabriel James Cox. She was also survived by her brothers,
Ronnie Paul and wife, Angie Hardeman, of Rossville, David Clinton Hardeman, of Chattanooga and Dennis James and wife, Tammy Hardeman, of Soddy-Daisy. She also had several nieces, nephews and cousins, who she loved and they loved her also very much.

Mama,
You will be dearly missed. You were loved more than words can express by everyone you ever met, even your school friends you have known all these years. Until we meet again in Heaven I'll miss you everyday. Love always your babygirl, Donna Kay.

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