In Celebration of

Katharina (Katie) Eippert

March 8, 1932 -  September 9, 2020

Passed away peacefully on 09 September 2020 at Credit Valley Hospital in her 88th year. Katie was born in Gerenyes, Hungary the second of three children of Adam and Katharina Kapp. Katie lived her early years in Stuttgart – Feuerbach, Germany where she met and married Gerhard Eippert. Katie and her beloved husband moved to Canada in 1951 and settled in Montreal.

Katie will be missed by family and friends, especially by her daughter Gisela Dermott and son-in-law Dr. Walt Dermott. Katie was predeceased by her loving husband Gerhard in 2019, her brother Adam and her sister Elisabeth.

Heartfelt thanks go to the staff of The Village of Erin Meadows - Schlegel Villages who cared for Katie during the past year, as well as Dr. Fieldwod, Nurse Robert and the nursing staff in ICU, and Dr. Besik and the nursing staff in the Palliative Care Unit at Credit Valley Hospital.

Arrangements by Turner & Porter Neweduk Chapel, 1981 Dundas St W, Mississauga, ON L5K 1R2. A private family interment to be held at St. Volodymyr Cemetery, Oakville, ON.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Trillium Health Partners Foundation, supporting the Palliative Care Unit at Credit Valley Hospital. Donate at, by phone at (905) 848-7575 or by mail to Trillium Health Partners Foundation.

“Forever loved and in our memories”


(4 of 4)

Patricia Spencer (Friend)

Entered September 25, 2020 from Simcoe

It was a pleasure to meet and talk regularly for years with both Katie and Gerhard when I took my dog to walk in the shade of the Oakwood Cemetery with its beautiful large trees. We discussed a variety of their life experiences and their joy at the peace that they enjoyed moving to their condo in Simcoe.
My deepest sympathy on Katie's passing. They were an amazing couple.

Carol Schoen 

Entered September 25, 2020 from Delhi

I am so very sorry Gisella ((hug))

Al and Nancy Karam (Dear Friend)

Entered September 26, 2020 from Bradenton, FL

Katie was a combination for us of sometimes mother, older sister and a fabulous friend. She was a beautiful soul and will be missed for eternity. As Katie would always say when she was done with whatever she was doing, "That's it!"

Harry Eippert (Members of the family Eippert)

Entered October 1, 2020 from Seukendorf, Germany

Dear Gisela
The news of your mother's death has made us very sad. Nothing is more difficult than to let a loved one go forever. We are very sad about the death of your beloved mother.
The memories of all the happy hours and the experiences we had together may give you the necessary strength and courage in this difficult time.
Our deepest condolences and our sincere sympathy go to you and Walt. We wish you much strength in this difficult time.
In silent remembrance of your mother
Family Eippert and all relatives


(4 of 4)