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Cathy Schlosser biography: 10 things about Mount Clemens, Michigan native

Cathleen R. “Cathy” Schlosser Krauseneck was a native of Michigan, United States. Here are 10 more things about her:

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  1. She was born in Mount Clemens, Macomb County, Michigan to Robert Edwin Schlosser and Anna Theresa Zablocki Schlosser.
  2. She and James Krauseneck Jr. went to the same high school in Michigan. She was a member of the homecoming court.
  3. She was 1 year younger than James. They became a couple while attending Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo County, Michigan.
  4. In 1955, her grandfather Joseph Dominick Zablocki died in Wayne County, Michigan at the age of 78.
  5. In 1961, her grandmother Rose S. Baraczynski Zablocki died in Wayne County at the age of 75.
  6. In 1962, her younger sister Annet Marie Schlosser was born.
  7. On September 11, 1963, her grandfather Edward William Schlosser died in Emmet County, Michigan at the age of 63.
  8. In 1974, she and James got married. Their house in Brighton, Monroe County, New York, USA was near his job as an economist at Eastman Kodak.
  9. In 1979, she gave birth to Sara Krauseneck.
  10. Just before 5:00 p.m. on February 19, 1982, James returned home in Brighton and found her in their bedroom with an ax embedded in her forehead while their daughter was unharmed in another room. She died at the age 29.
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