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Kathryn Annette Stolzer

August 18, 1958 — March 2, 2024


Kathryn Annette Stolzer

Kathryn Annette Stolzer, known for her dedicated career as an LPN and her deep love for nursing, passed away on March 2, 2024. Born in Little Rock, AR, on August 18, 1958, Kathryn's compassionate nature and commitment to caring for others defined her professional journey.

Kathryn was a “navy brat”, raised in a military household and learned quickly to be grateful for the freedoms our country provides.
Kathryn's pivotal role as a nurse was not only a profession but a true calling where she poured her heart into helping those in need. She approached her work with kindness and skill, leaving a lasting impact on all those whose lives she touched through her healing hands.
Aside from her remarkable career, Kathryn was a woman of tradition and immense love for Christmas. Her joy during the festive season was infectious, bringing light and warmth to all around her. Known to be open to new experiences, she embraced life with curiosity and courage.
In her leisure time, Kathryn found joy in collecting tea pots and exploring the world through travel adventures in her younger years. Her vibrant spirit and zest for life were evident in every endeavor she pursued.
Kathryn is survived by her loving husband of 45 years, Tim Stolzer. She will be deeply missed by her children: Shelly Graves (Heath), Sarah Gates (Todd), and Jamie Stolzer. Her legacy extends to her cherished grandchildren: Elijah, Lydia, Hannah, Luke, Silas, Phoebe, and Lucy Graves; Jack, Ella, Evelyn, and Hudson Gates; as well as Emily Stolzer.
Remembered with love by her mother Annette Ulmer and brothers Mark and Matt Ulmer. Kathryn was preceded in death by her father Jack Wilson Ulmer and grandmother Mary Mason Brown.
A memorial service will be held to honor Kathryn's life at the Arkansas 4-H Center in Little Rock on Wednesday, March 13, 2024 starting at 5:00 PM. The event will be a testament to the profound impact Kathryn had on those around her and the legacy of love she leaves behind.
Kathryn's memory will forever remain in the hearts of those who had the privilege of knowing such a kind-hearted soul devoted to caring for others. May she rest in peace knowing that her compassion has left an indelible mark on all who knew her.

Arrangements entrusted to Smith-Benton Funeral Home.
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