Carol “Kay Kay” Landgrebe, 73 of Valparaiso, passed away on Monday, August 7, 2023. She was born on August 17, 1949 in Valparaiso, IN to Emerson and Mary (Phillips) Shurr. She graduated from Boone Grove High School before making her career as a retail associate for Walmart for over 20 years before retiring. Animals brought her great joy, including her own beloved dog, Dexter, and precious cats, Jax and Abby. She was fond of games such as Suduko, mowing and maintaining the lawn, traveling to places such as Tennessee and Hawaii, going on various cruises, shopping, and some more shopping. Carol’s love for people and animals alike was unmatched. She will be remembered for her strength, kind heart, and sense of humor. She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister, daughter, and friend who will be dearly missed.
On November 9, 1968, Carol married Evan Landgrebe, who survives, along with children: Marcella (Adam) Chandler, Stacey (Doug) Hoover, and Jason (Lisa) Landgrebe; siblings, Judy Ewen and Larry (Marilyn) Shurr; and grandchildren; Tyler White, Madison White, Carson White, Alyssa Hoover, and Justin Hoover. She was preceded in death by her parents, Emerson and Mary; and son, Eric Conrad Landgrebe.
A visitation will be held on Thursday, August 10, 2023 from 10 – noon at Moeller Funeral Home, 104 Roosevelt Rd., with a service starting at noon. Burial to follow at Angelcrest Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to Hobart Humane Society or the Independent Cat Society of Westville.
So sorry to hear about your Mom. She was a beautiful woman and always a big smile. I will always have great memories of her. I don't know how she ever made it through our slumber party's. Another great person to put in my heart forever. -Suzy Chaney-Neloff
Carol was an absolute treasure! She made everyone feel welcomed and like instant family. She will be remembered as a woman who loved her family and lived life with joy. I am honored to have been able to know her. -Merrill Fudge
You became a good friend since your son and our daughter were married 25 years ago and even before then. We had some great laughs and good times together. You will be missed by all that knew you, Carol. To your family……may your memories sustain you all at this time. -Marianne Harrison