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Kathleen “Kathy” Susan Chenevert

January 23, 1954 – July 18, 2021


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Kathleen “Kathy” Susan Chenevert (Hill), 67, January 23, 1954 – July 18, 2021, passed away in Mesa, Arizona. Kathy was born in Ironwood, Michigan, to Elmer and Taimi Hill. When Kathy was in 7th grade they moved to Hoyt Lakes, Minnesota. Kathy earned her high school diploma, and graduated in 1972. In 1982, she received her Nurse’s Aide Certification from the Eveleth Tech School. Kathy worked as a Nurse’s Aide for the next 30 years.

Kathy married Don Chenevert June 16, 1973, in Aurora, Minnesota. Together they had three boys: Don, Pete, and Chris. Kathy loved her family and was always happy to take care of them, even as adults.

Kathy had several hobbies; she loved to bake, make crafts, golf, do puzzles, and spend time with her kids and grandkids. Once Don and Kathy moved to Arizona, they enjoyed hiking, bicycling, catching a weekly movie at a theater, and spending time with their new friends in the retirement community.

Kathy was preceded in death by her parents, Elmer and Taimi Hill, and her brother, Gerald Hill.  Kathy is survived by her husband, Don Chenevert, her sons: Don Chenevert (wife, Jeanette), Peter Chenevert (wife, Jennifer), Chris Chenevert (wife, Yevette), her brothers Jack Hill (wife, Noi) and Don Hill (wife, Lisa); Kathy is also survived by six grandkids: JJ, Victoria, Athena, Kevin, Amber, and Caitlyn, one niece, Sandy, and two nephews, Pat and Josh.

Services will be held for Kathy on July 30th at 2:00pm at Mountain View Funeral Home and Cemetery, 7900 E Main Street, Mesa, Arizona, where she will be laid to rest. A reception will be held at 5:00pm at Santa Fe Trails Clubhouse at 9822 E Main Street, Mesa, Arizona.

To attend services virtually please follow the link below. This link will become available on July 30th at 1:50pm.

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85204279919?pwd=NGxVd1VGbTF0T2N1SVJhemZSaDNJdz09

Meeting ID: 852 0427 9919

Passcode: 879928

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  1. Floyd & Lou Weninger says:

    Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers, during this difficult time. Hugs💕🙏

  2. Ken Jacobson says:

    I’m so sad to hear of Cousin Kathy’s passing. She was always a kind and generous person who considered the needs and wants of others. I enjoyed visiting with her and her siblings when they returned to the town of her birth. She generously sent me photos of our gathering made into refrigerator magnets which I was pleasantly surprised to receive and see daily. She also sent some photos relating to our Dads, who were first cousins and the best of friends. She was only a few months younger than me and I expected us to enjoy many more years of communicating and interacting over the internet. She will truly, truly be missed. May she Rest In Peace.

  3. Ken Jacobson says:

    May she Rest In Peace. Taken from us too soon.

  4. Cheryl Gettys-Cadwell says:

    Was so saddened to hear of Kathy’s passing. I have been dealing with my mother’s passing after a 2 month battle with strokes and heart issues and she always had such kind words for me. I also worked with her at the nursing home in Aurora. We will miss her at our class of “72 get together. Prayers for her grandchildren , and family who she loved so very much.

  5. Barb Lyons says:

    I am very sorry for your loss. Kathy was a dear friend and I was so happy to have visited with her and Don the winter of 2018/2019 as we traveled through AZ, I will miss her dearly. My prayers and blessing are with you all! ❤️

  6. David Chenevert says:

    Kathy Chenevert was a beautiful, wonderful, kind, caring and gifted
    child of God. She will be greatly missed by everyone who ever knew her.
    But this I know Kathy was a believer in Jesus Christ and right now she is in the presence of God, the holy angels of God and all the saints of God!

  7. Brent & Mindy Hall says:

    Our hearts and thoughts are with you all. We celebrate the love and joy she brought to your lives and know she will always be with you in spirit.

  8. Felecia Rozansky says:

    We are so sorry for your terrible loss. Our hearts and prayers are with you and your family. We wish you peace at this troubling and sad time. Very best regards,
    Steve and Felecia Rozansky

  9. Joni Banks(Jones) says:

    How my heart broke to hear of Kathy’s passing away💔we were planning a visit when you’s were to come to MN next month…it has has been such a delight connecting on messenger sharing family photos and crafts etc🥰I thank God we reconnected over the past few months…
    Our love prayers and heartfelt sympathy to you and all the family❤️🌹❤️🌹❤️🌹❤️🌹

  10. Amanda Chenevert-Williams says:

    Kathy was the greatest aunt any niece could ask for. I miss her so much! I will always remember how much she made me laugh with her Donald Duck impression, and how she used to take us to feed the ducks. One thing I’ll remember most, is how much my mom talked about how Kathy welcomed her into the family with open arms and so much love. I know Mom greeted you with that same love when you saw her again. I love you Kathy, give Mom a hug for me. ❤

  11. DeGrio's of Hoyt Lakes says:

    So sorry for your loss. My she fly with the Angeles

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Kathleen “Kathy” Susan Chenevert

January 23, 1954 – July 18, 2021


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Kathleen “Kathy” Susan Chenevert (Hill), 67, January 23, 1954 – July 18, 2021, passed away in Mesa, Arizona. Kathy was born in Ironwood, Michigan, to Elmer and Taimi Hill. When Kathy was in 7th grade they moved to Hoyt Lakes, Minnesota. Kathy earned her high school diploma, and graduated in 1972. In 1982, she received her Nurse’s Aide Certification from the Eveleth Tech School. Kathy worked as a Nurse’s Aide for the next 30 years.

Kathy married Don Chenevert June 16, 1973, in Aurora, Minnesota. Together they had three boys: Don, Pete, and Chris. Kathy loved her family and was always happy to take care of them, even as adults.

Kathy had several hobbies; she loved to bake, make crafts, golf, do puzzles, and spend time with her kids and grandkids. Once Don and Kathy moved to Arizona, they enjoyed hiking, bicycling, catching a weekly movie at a theater, and spending time with their new friends in the retirement community.

Kathy was preceded in death by her parents, Elmer and Taimi Hill, and her brother, Gerald Hill.  Kathy is survived by her husband, Don Chenevert, her sons: Don Chenevert (wife, Jeanette), Peter Chenevert (wife, Jennifer), Chris Chenevert (wife, Yevette), her brothers Jack Hill (wife, Noi) and Don Hill (wife, Lisa); Kathy is also survived by six grandkids: JJ, Victoria, Athena, Kevin, Amber, and Caitlyn, one niece, Sandy, and two nephews, Pat and Josh.

Services will be held for Kathy on July 30th at 2:00pm at Mountain View Funeral Home and Cemetery, 7900 E Main Street, Mesa, Arizona, where she will be laid to rest. A reception will be held at 5:00pm at Santa Fe Trails Clubhouse at 9822 E Main Street, Mesa, Arizona.

To attend services virtually please follow the link below. This link will become available on July 30th at 1:50pm.

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85204279919?pwd=NGxVd1VGbTF0T2N1SVJhemZSaDNJdz09

Meeting ID: 852 0427 9919

Passcode: 879928

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11 responses to “Kathleen “Kathy” Susan Chenevert”

  1. Floyd & Lou Weninger says:

    Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers, during this difficult time. Hugs💕🙏

  2. Ken Jacobson says:

    I’m so sad to hear of Cousin Kathy’s passing. She was always a kind and generous person who considered the needs and wants of others. I enjoyed visiting with her and her siblings when they returned to the town of her birth. She generously sent me photos of our gathering made into refrigerator magnets which I was pleasantly surprised to receive and see daily. She also sent some photos relating to our Dads, who were first cousins and the best of friends. She was only a few months younger than me and I expected us to enjoy many more years of communicating and interacting over the internet. She will truly, truly be missed. May she Rest In Peace.

  3. Ken Jacobson says:

    May she Rest In Peace. Taken from us too soon.

  4. Cheryl Gettys-Cadwell says:

    Was so saddened to hear of Kathy’s passing. I have been dealing with my mother’s passing after a 2 month battle with strokes and heart issues and she always had such kind words for me. I also worked with her at the nursing home in Aurora. We will miss her at our class of “72 get together. Prayers for her grandchildren , and family who she loved so very much.

  5. Barb Lyons says:

    I am very sorry for your loss. Kathy was a dear friend and I was so happy to have visited with her and Don the winter of 2018/2019 as we traveled through AZ, I will miss her dearly. My prayers and blessing are with you all! ❤️

  6. David Chenevert says:

    Kathy Chenevert was a beautiful, wonderful, kind, caring and gifted
    child of God. She will be greatly missed by everyone who ever knew her.
    But this I know Kathy was a believer in Jesus Christ and right now she is in the presence of God, the holy angels of God and all the saints of God!

  7. Brent & Mindy Hall says:

    Our hearts and thoughts are with you all. We celebrate the love and joy she brought to your lives and know she will always be with you in spirit.

  8. Felecia Rozansky says:

    We are so sorry for your terrible loss. Our hearts and prayers are with you and your family. We wish you peace at this troubling and sad time. Very best regards,
    Steve and Felecia Rozansky

  9. Joni Banks(Jones) says:

    How my heart broke to hear of Kathy’s passing away💔we were planning a visit when you’s were to come to MN next month…it has has been such a delight connecting on messenger sharing family photos and crafts etc🥰I thank God we reconnected over the past few months…
    Our love prayers and heartfelt sympathy to you and all the family❤️🌹❤️🌹❤️🌹❤️🌹

  10. Amanda Chenevert-Williams says:

    Kathy was the greatest aunt any niece could ask for. I miss her so much! I will always remember how much she made me laugh with her Donald Duck impression, and how she used to take us to feed the ducks. One thing I’ll remember most, is how much my mom talked about how Kathy welcomed her into the family with open arms and so much love. I know Mom greeted you with that same love when you saw her again. I love you Kathy, give Mom a hug for me. ❤

  11. DeGrio's of Hoyt Lakes says:

    So sorry for your loss. My she fly with the Angeles

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