THREE OAKS — Cathy Krueger, 65, of Three Oaks, Michigan, passed away on August 24, 2020, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, peacefully surrounded by family.

Cathy was born on August 7, 1955 in Michigan City, Indiana. The daughter of the late Edna and James Benhart of Three Oaks, Michigan. She was married a short time to George Krueger of Three Oaks, Michigan and had their son, Darrick Krueger. Cathy has been with Tim McMillen, of Baroda, Michigan, for the last 20 plus years. She loved the time they spent together with their various projects and hobbies.

Cathy spent the last 15 years battling cancer which culminated in a major stroke that ultimately ended her life. She enjoyed nature, couponing, and collected angels, chickens and snow globes. She and Tim loved betting the odds at the casino.  

Survivors include: Tim McMillen, her son Darrick Krueger and daughter-in-law Brandi; one sister Denise Grenke, and two brothers Billy Benhart and Michael Benhart; as well as many nieces and nephews. 

Cathy was preceded in death by her parents, her sisters Diane Benhart, and Susie Hable, her brother Phillip Benhart and brother-in-law Edward Grenke.

A memorial service will be held at the Real Life Community Church located at 12 Michigan Street, Three Oaks, Michigan, on Saturday, August 29th, 2020, in Three Oaks, Michigan with Pastor Rich Zeiger officiating. The visitation will be from 11:00AM to 1:00PM.  Service will begin at 1PM Michigan time. A celebratory gathering to follow at the American Legion, Post 204 in Three Oaks, Michigan.

Memorial contributions may be given to Spectrum Health Hospice.

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