Kathleen Solomon

Kathleen Solomon, 96, formerly of Shelbyville for 60 years, and a resident of Morning Pointe Assisted Living in Franklin passed away peacefully Saturday evening Dec. 30, 2017, at her Morning Pointe home. She has “Gone Home to Jesus, her Savior”. 
Kathleen’s husband Cloyd Solomon passed away in 2001.
She is survived by her daughter Lynn Solomon Bertolacci, her husband Alfred Bertolacci, of Franklin, and her grand-daughter Tammy Koehler of Salem, Virginia. Her grand-son Bradley Koehler passed away unexpectedly in 2014.
She was attended to by the caring nursing staff and very dear CNA assistants at Morning Point for over 10 years. These were good years for her and she also lived near Al and Lynn’s  home and they took loving care of her. More recently she received additional care by Great Lakes Caring Hospice team of nurses.  She is at peace with Jesus now.
A private graveside service will be held at Hurst Cemetery in Rush County. 

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Chris Priest and Family wrote on January 5, 2018 at 3:30 am:
I have so many wonderful memories of Aunt Kay and Uncle Cloyd. They were such a cute couple and I always enjoyed visiting them both. Such wonderful, loving and Godly people. She will be greatly missed! But she lived a wonderful long life and earned her wings.
Denis Harris, Oklahoma City wrote on January 3, 2018 at 8:51 pm:
On behave of my mother, Mary Harris, (1910-2000) who considered Kathleen one of her very good friends, I send our thoughts and prayers to Lynn and family. Our connection was First Christian Church of Shelbyville and Lynn was the "head turning" beauty of SHS, Class of 19XX. You're welcome, Lynn!
Debby Lyons Moore wrote on January 3, 2018 at 4:00 pm:
I know how heart-breaking this is for you all Lynn, Al, and Tammy. You all are in my thoughts and Prayers. I loved Aunt Kay dearly but now she is with Cloyd again and I know she is happy. I love you all