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Kathryn Kathy Aartman-Weed

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Girls Club of Manteca

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Girls Club of Manteca

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Boys & Girls Clubs


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Hanot Foundation


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Soroptimist of Manteca


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Hanot Foundation

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Soroptimist of Manteca

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www.mantecabulletin.com

Kathryn "Kathy" Jane Aartman-Weed, 67, entered into rest on March 7, 2012 in Stockton.
She was born on December 15, 1944 in Inglewood to the late Robert and Gertrude Munro. Kathy joins her parents in heaven as well as her infant daughter Nancy Lynn Aartman. In addition, Kathy has three surviving siblings; Sr. Kathy was employed as a teacher for over 45 years with the Manteca Unified School District, teaching computers and special education. She also taught at the Manteca Adult School teaching English as a second language. Kathy was a current board member of the Boys and Girls Club of Manteca and Lathrop where she also served as past president. She was past president and current board member of Soroptimist of Manteca as well as Hanot Foundation. She was a Hall of Fame inductee in 2011 for her outstanding community service. She was a devout Catholic attending St. Anthony's Catholic Church. She was a service volunteer at the Manteca Senior Center teaching arts and crafts. Above all Kathy's passion was children she loved teaching, mentoring and just listening to children's needs and passions. Kathy will be remembered for her selfless spirit and her caring heart. She will be greatly missed.


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His wife, Kathy Aartman-Weed, is the president of the Boys and Girls Club of Manteca/Lathrop, the organization that benefits from Manteca Idol's ticket proceeds.


www.mantecabulletin.com

Joining Young in the 2011 Manteca Hall of Fame were Jessie Marinas, art; Don Widmer, athletics; Don Asher, government; Norm Knodt, business; Bill Jones, education; Leo Omlin, agriculture; Jack Kelley, at-large; and Kathryn Aartman-Weed, community service.
Kathryn Aartman-Weed Community Service Art - and the willingness to listen - are the two gifts that Kathryn Aartman-Weed has used effectively in her 43 years of working and mentoring young people. The artistic gift she developed as a youngster has led to numerous awards. The listening gift was realized out of tragedy. She lost one of her children at birth. The pain she suffered, though, opened a new door. Her priest asked her if she could talk with a mother who just lost a child as she would understand what she was going through. Aartman-Weed said she went and mostly listened. Then she was asked by the same priest a few months later to help another mother suffering the same tragedy. "I mostly listened," Aartman-Weed said. "I learned that I was a good listener." Lending an ear in addition to her artistic talents has made her a perennial favorite among young children attending her at classes at the Boys & Girls Club locations in both Manteca and Lathrop where she volunteers, serves on the board, and has been a past president.


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President: Kathryn Aartman-Weed


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