Karen Hitterman

in-loving-memory

Karen age 75, of Belton Missouri died Friday August 12 2022

 
She was born to the late Albert and Annette Cecconi, January 13 1947 in Chicago Illinois. Karen graduated from Calumet High School in 1962 and received a bachelors degree in microbilogy from DePaul university in Chicago. Karen worked at Loyola medical center in maywood Illinois for 37 years until she retired. 
 
She married Arthur Hitterman in 1990 and they lived together in Lagrange Illinois before relocating to Belton Missouri in 2018
Karen has 2 children Ken, Nickolas, a stepson Joe, and 2 grandchildren Tobias and Charlie Mae.

Service

We will have two celebration of life events. The first event will be a church service with.a luncheon to follow on Thursday August 25 at the South Haven Baptist church in Belton, Missouri at 10:30am. The second one will be held in Illinois with details to follow 
 
 

5 Comments

  1. Denise & John Travison on August 25, 2022 at 5:24 am

    Artie, Ken, Nick, Joey and family,
    our prayers and thoughts are with you at this sad time!
    May Karen rest in peace and her legacy live on!
    Love cousin Denise & John Travison

  2. Starbucks Belton on August 24, 2022 at 11:04 am

    Karen will be missed by the partners at Starbucks Belton. We always enjoyed serving her and Arthur daily. We send our thoughts and care to both Arthur and her son Ken.

    • Barbara (Wilkinson) Kaderabek on August 28, 2022 at 9:31 pm

      So thankful Karen is no longer in pain and discomfort where she can rest in piece. She was a good friend, keeping in touch with me long distance when I didn’t feel good, cheering me up by sharing good time memories. What a wonderful role she performed taking care of her brother when he was alone and ill and needed assistance, living in downtown Chicago. She also gave loving care to both her parents individually when they were unable to take care of themselves. I always enjoyed the trips that Karen, Marie and I were able to go on, so much laughter. I look back now and wish there could have been more. As more miles came between us it got harder to accommodate personal obligations, careers, family events, scheduling, health restrictions, etc. Thank goodness for cell phones.

  3. Mary Anne Avram on August 21, 2022 at 7:56 pm

    Karen was my first instructor at Loyola back in 1972. She was a wonderful teacher and a pleasure to know. My sincere condolences.

  4. Mary Pat Korrison on August 17, 2022 at 8:52 pm

    Rest In Peace Aunt Karen! It was such a pleasure to get to know you over the years and to hear those fun stories of you and Marie growing up together!
    I will always remember and cherish those great HUGS of yours!
    Mary Pat, Brian Korrison and family

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