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|Katherine Constance "Kitty" Vogt DePrato|
Funeral services for Katherine Constance "Kitty" Vogt DePrato, 87, of Ferriday were held Monday, July 6, 2009, 10 a.m. at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Ferriday with Rev. Kerr Texada and Rev. Louis Sklar officiating.
Interment followed at Natchez City Cemetery in Natchez under the direction of Comer Funeral Home.
Mrs. DePrato was born March 21, 1922, in Newellton to E. W. Vogt Sr. and Ethel R. Vogt. She passsed away Wednesday, July 1, 2009, in Baton Rouge.
She had been a resident of Ferriday for over 50 years and a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Ferriday. She was a graduate of Ferriday High School, attended Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, and was a graduate of the Academy of the Sacred Heart in Grand Coteau. She married J. L. DePrato, Jr., in 1942 and taught for 45 years at Ferriday Lower Elementary and Huntington School.
Mrs. DePrato was a member of the Ferriday Garden Club, St. Patrick's Altar Society and the Daughters of the American Revolution.
She was preceded in death by her husband, J. L. DePrato Jr.; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Vogt; brother, Frank Vogt and wife, Floy; grandddaughter, Lisa Katherine DePrato; three nephews and a niece.
Survivors include her children, Jay DePrato and wife, Barbara, of Lake St. John, Mel Reid and husband, Derrell, of Vidalia, Dr. Debra DePrato of Baton Rouge, and Jeff DePrato and wife, Cori, of Prairieville; brothers -- Dr. Eugene Vogt and wife, Marjorie, of Ferriday, Howard Vogt and wife, Betty Jane, of Baton Rouge, and Barry Vogt of Branson, MO; grandchildren -- Stefany DePrato Primeaux of Baton Rouge, Jennifer Reid of San Antonio, TX, Kate Reid MacLean of Tulsa, OK, Haley, Ashlyn and Jake DePrato, all of Prairieville; great-grandchildren -- Cole and Jolie Primeaux of Baton Rouge; special friend and caregiver, Georgia Bell of Baton Rouge; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers were Shannon Vogt, Mike Vogt, Pat Vogt, Johnny Vogt, Joe Dalrymple and David Phelps.
Honorary pallbearers were Steve Vogt, Phillip Vogt, E. W. Vogt, III, Thomas Vogt, John Vogt, Bob Barry, Mickey Dupuy and Ray Routon.
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