Kathleen Rose Luther

November 12, 1958 – September 9th, 2017


Kathy Luther was accepted into the arms of Papa(God) this past weekend. She joined her Mom, and Father and extended family in heaven for a much-anticipated cup of coffee and so many hugs.


She left behind a beautiful family, who will miss her terribly. She is carried on by her noble First Son Adam, and his three beautiful children Annabelle, Emma, and Sophia. She is carried on by her loving Second Son Gary, and his vibrant and caring sister Holly. She also had two pug children, Frosty and Finley, and her cats Aslan, Winnie, Tad Cooper, Foggy Nelson, Winker, and Spock.


She was an amazing lady who believed so much in Papa, and Jesus. Her faith was this radiant aura around her that blinded you when you talked to her, and gave comfort to you when you needed it most. The fact that she was sick did not diminish this light it only made it shine brighter because she knew that it was her legacy. The light she left behind in the hearts of the people she loved, and in her children.


She loved the people in her life so much. The people at her job who helped give her remarkable career meaning, the people in her crafting community who gave her such joy and her friends who comforted her and gave her guidance and a shingle in the storm.
She was survivor of many things, and she was fighter who always took on each day with the intention of doing the lords work and spreading love wherever she could. She never wanted to go a day without letting someone know they were loved. She was a beautiful soul, who will truly be missed.


People have asked how they can help, or memorialize her. If you can take some of her love and do something good for someone who needs it. Give comfort to the sick, shelter to an animal, food to the hungry, or a hug and a call to the lonely. She’ll know, and she’ll say “Papa, that was my purpose”.


We will be celebrating her life at Books & Brews, 9402 Uptown Drive, Ste 1400, Indianapolis, IN 46256 on Saturday, the 23rd of September, from 2pm-4pm. Wear bright colors, because we are going to be telling stories, having a drink, listening to some live music, sharing some crafts, and celebrating the life of my remarkable mom. Please come and be part of that celebration. All are welcome, whether you knew her, her friends or her family, it’s all the same love and she was the source.

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  1. It was an honor knowing and working with Kathy at Chartwise. She was one classy lady who cared about everyone. She always warmly greeted me upon her visits with warmth and caring. I am a better person to have had the honor of knowing her.
    We shared tails of our grandkids and found we both have an Emma granddaughter. She will and is missed!
    Linda Markhart
    Chartwise Medical Systems

  2. A Blessing of Tears – Robert Fripp
    Life is what we are given, living is what we do with it, and then we die.
    Probably nothing gives life its keenness and poignancy
    as the presence of death and dying.

    The death of one’s mother is about close to home as we get,
    but the death of friendship and trust remind us of the richness
    which both give to life and our living of it.

    There are different qualities of dying.
    The quality of our dying reflects the quality of our living,
    the quality of our living determines the quality of our dying.

    May my living honour my parents.
    May my living honour my family and friends.
    May my living repay the debt of my existence.

    Kathy was a lovely woman and I cherish the time I got to spend with her.
    Martin Bradburn
    Chartwise Medical Systems

  3. With all my love, I express my respect to Kathleen Luther. Kathy was a wonderful inspirarion in my families life,as well as my professional career. Kathy was a beautiful addition to anyone’s day who was blessed enough to cross paths with her. Kathy’s memory will always remain fresh in my mind because of her positive and loving heart. On behalf of the Hess and Joye families, we extend or greatest appreciation for the love and positive light Kathy left in our memories.

    Most lovingly,
    Nicolas A. Joye

  4. I worked with Kathy at ChartWise. We were all so very sad to hear of her passing. Not only was she very good at what she did, she always had kind words and encouragement for all of her co-workers. It was amazing how kind and sweet she always was, and we will miss her. Mary Beth

  5. She was a very loving lady, with a tender loving heart. She will be so sadly missed my all the family she had made on FB. But God has a new angel in heaven. They are all rejoicing, and so should we. Love you my friend. 💖

  6. The world is a little darker without my friend, Kathy and her beautiful smile. She was a loving friend and I will miss her very much. God bless the Luther Family.

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