Laura Kennah

On Friday, March 20, 2020, Laura Kennah passed away at the age of 61. Laura was born on December 7, 1958 in Highland Park, IL to Kathryn and Wayne Johnson. She is preceded in death by her Mother, Kathryn. Laura is survived by her Father, Wayne; Husband, Kevin; Daughter, Heather Woods; Son, Mark Bottey; Daughter in-law, Ellie Bottey; Sisters, Julie Wilkins and Amy Johnson; Brother in-law, Gene Wilkins; and Sister in-law, Aprille Miller. Laura was an R.N. specializing in Oncology and worked for the Veterans Administration for over 25 Years. She loved scrapbooking, Scouting and Cooking with her Crockpots. She was loved by all and will be remembered. There will be a celebration of life held at a future date to be determined.

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9 Responses to Laura Kennah

  1. Kathy Evensen says:

    Laura Was a caring loving person with a beautiful heart. I give in soul. A blessed mom and had a wonderful husband. She was a great friend. She will be deeply missed. R. I.P my friend.. my prayers go out to all the family. Hugs as well. Love from the Evensen family.

  2. Melissa Anderson Rich says:

    My deepest condolences and prayers to you and your family! Laura was a selfless giving person! She was loved by everyone who met her! She will forever hold a special place in my heart! Christine , Jane and Laura are scrapbooking in heaven! R.I.P. please let know when services are.. 💔 love , Melissa R

  3. Sandy Bivona says:

    Laura had the biggest kindest heart of anyone I know. I’ve seen her wrap her loving arms around a patient who has received bad news. I”ve seen her take patients to the cafeteria and buy them lunch when she knew they had no money to buy their own. She would give anything she had to someone in need. I was blessed to call her my friend and will miss her terribly. Until we meet again my friend.
    My prayers to her family. I’m so so sorry for your loss. You were blessed to have her as a wife, mother and sister.

  4. Joanne and Herb Terpening says:

    Laura was the best; a loving wife, mother, sister and friend whose heart knew no boundaries. So thoughtful of others. We feel blessed to have known Laura and to call her our friend. Rest in Peace, dear Laura. Our prayers to Kevin and family.

  5. CAROL DURYEA says:

    Laura was such a sweet, loving and kind woman. She was a good nurse, and a good friend. I know how much she loved her family and she will be greatly missed by all. My sympathies to all her family and friends.

  6. KristyVanCleve says:

    Laura and I went to high school together in Illinois. We lost touch over the years, but thanks to Facebook we reunited. She was the sweetest kindest person. I last saw her when a bunch of us gathered the night after our 40th reunion. It was an evening filled with love, laughter, a few tears. We could not know it would be our last time seeing her. My prayers for Kevin, Heather, Mark and your whole family. RIP my friend.

  7. Rebecca Bollin-Zeevalk says:

    Laura was one of the most genuinely kind, thoughtful people I have ever known. I had the privilege to work alongside her and her daughter, Heather, for a shorter length of time, at Cancer Centers of Florida for many years. I vividly remember working late nights together catching up on documentation after another busy day of caring for oncology patients. When she wasn’t working hard as an oncology nurse, she was working hard being a dedicated mother to Mark and Heather, and devoted wife to Kevin. She was a wonderful friend who will be dearly missed, but never forgotten. My thoughts & prayers are with her family during this difficult time.

  8. Cookie Groover says:

    I met Laura at the Hair Salon where I had my hair done and the owner allowed me to sell handmade cards there. Laura was my best customers! Not only did she buy my cards but she was so kind in telling me how much she loved my work! She made me feel so good! And we became friends! I miss you Laura and my heart goes out to Kevin. I think of her everytime I make a card. She was a kind hearted lady. The world lost a beautiful person.

  9. Mary Jorgenson (Yaste) says:

    Laura was the most caring, compassionate person I’ve ever known. I will treasure our last visit together forever! Go with God and enjoy His riches Laura! Love you!

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