Obituaries detail

Katherine Corbin "Katie" Bohannan

Katherine Corbin "Katie" Bohannan, age 96, died peacefully on Saturday, August 10th at Tallgrass Creek with her loving husband and daughter at her bedside. Katie was born in Kansas City, MO to E.J. And Ethel Corbin and was the youngest of two children. Katie had lots of fond memories growing up with her brother Mason.

 

Katie graduated from Shawnee Mission Rural High School and attended KSU for two years where she studied Spanish and Home Economics. While there she met her first husband Walter Hall, a Naval officer and pilot. They had three children. In 1985 she was named Woman of the Year by the local chapter of the American Business Women’s Association.


Katie enjoyed traveling and seeing the ocean. She traveled extensively with her husband Bo. They drove all over the country in their RV, and they also went to Australia where they made some wonderful memories. Katie loved spending time with her children and grandchildren. Katie was preceded in death by her brother Mason Corbin and her eldest son Marvin Hall. She is survived by her husband Granville “Bo” Bohannan, daughter Kathy Denton (Bryan), son Walter Hall (Pat), grandsons Abram Denton(Monica), Bobby Hall(April), nephew Mason Corbin (Terry), cousin Jim Corbin (Nic) and four great grandchildren. Katie was quite a force of nature in this world, funny and kind. She had lots of friends and she will be missed by all.

 

A memorial service will be held 1:00 pm, Monday, August 26, 2019 at Church of the Resurrection, Wesley Chapel, 13720 Roe Avenue, Leawood, Kansas 66224.

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Memorial Service
Location:
Church of the Resurrection, Wesley Chapel
Address:
13720 Roe Avenue
City:
Leawood
State:
Kansas
Zip Code:
66224
Date of Service:
Aug 26 ,2019
Time of Service:
1:00 pm
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Condolences

Terry Corbin Aug 14 ,2019

Niece ,Boise ,Idaho

Tootsie will always hold a special place in my heart as the spunky, funny, and loving lady that she was. She held on for 96 incredible years with her clarity and ability to recall fond memories of her family and so many of her life’s adventures. Although she was my husband, Mason’s Aunt, I have known her since I was sixteen, and have loved her as if my own. Tootsie, as we lovingly called her will be greatly missed.

Walter Hall Aug 18 ,2019

Son ,Coldwater ,Mississippi

My Mother was my rock, and her love for me was unconditional. The love she left me with has filled my heart.