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Kathleen Kachadurian EversJuly 17, 2013
North Greenbush - Kathleen T. 'Maka' Kachadurian Evers, 64, of North Greenbush, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, July 17, 2013 at Van Rensselaer Manor, surrounded by her loving family. She was the daughter of the late Harry T. Kachadurian Jr. and Marie Heppinger Kachadurian.
Kathy was born in Albany and was a 1966 graduate of Averill Park High School. She was employed briefly at the Troy City Savings bank before staying at home to raise her children. She later attended HVCC and earned a certificate in drafting. Kathy worked as a senior electrical designer at Engineered Solutions/IBS for 20 years and was forced to retire in 2012 after being diagnosed with brain cancer.
Kathy was the administrator for the Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery in West Sand Lake for many years. She enjoyed cross-word puzzles, gardening, walking, family parties, shopping, and most of all spending cherished moments with her family. As a devoted mother & grandmother, she enjoyed watching her children and grandchildren participate in sports and activities and logged many hours traveling and recording these events. She was a thoughtful and unselfish woman who will be dearly missed.
Kathy is survived by her beloved husband of 24 years, Mark Evers; her loving children, Mark (Kim) Sherwin of NC, Greg (Katie) Sherwin of Ballston Lake, Jodi (Jay) Day of East Greenbush, Mark Evers Jr of NC and Danielle (Jason) Carnival of Washington DC; her beloved grandchildren, Madison, Natalie, Troy, Reilly, Emmett and Reegan. Kathy is also survived by her dear brother, Harry (Donna) Kachadurian III of Averill Park, a dear cousin, Sharon Zugalla of Troy and several other cousins, nieces and nephews and grand nieces and nephews.
Relatives and friends may call at the Bryce Funeral Home, Inc. 276 Pawling Avenue Troy on Sunday, July 21, 2013 from 5-8 PM. Funeral service will be held Monday at 10 AM at the funeral home with Rev. James Mackey, officiating. Interment will be in Trinity Lutheran Cemetery West Sand Lake.
Flowers are appreciated or contributions to the charity of one's choice in her name.