Cathy Teresa (Maze) Sedam, age 59, loving wife to Robert (Bob) and devoted mother to Tyler, went to be with her Lord and Savior, October 4th, 2020, surrounded by family and friends following a life-long courageous battle with Bronchiectasis.
Cathy was born November 3rd, 1960 to Gladys and Chester Maze. She was a graduate of Southport High School. Cathy loved her family, her friends, Pepsi, the Indianapolis 500, the Indiana Pacers, the Green Bay Packers, fishing and Kohl’s – especially when she had a 30 percent off coupon! She was known for spontaneous road trips, hosting special events and parties and her amazing ability to organize and store memorabilia, including every single card she ever received.
She is survived by her husband, Bob; her son, Tyler; her brother, Richard (Buck); her sisters, Carol and Delcia; her niece, Pam and many other nieces, nephews and cousins. Cathy is also survived by her special sisters MeLita, Cheryl and Susie (who are amazing blessings to the family) who orchestrated her care; her beloved goddaughter, Lexi and countless others who knew her as “Aunt Cathy” or “Cathy with a C”.
She reunited in heaven with her parents, Chester and Gladys (Cox) Maze; her sister, Kay; her nephew, Toby; and her parents-in-law, Bob and Mildred Sedam, who loved Cathy as their own daughter.
Cathy retired from Navient Solutions after 20 years of service. She was known as a hard worker wherever she worked, including American Family Insurance and West Bend Mutual Insurance Company, where she was greeted as “Shazam” by the company President years after she had left there and moved back to Indiana.
Funeral services will be conducted at 1:00 PM on Wednesday, October 7, 2020 at the Pendleton Christian Church (1170 S. Pendleton Avenue, Pendleton, IN 46064) with Discipleship Pastor Joey Colson officiating. Interment will follow at Forest Lawn Memory Gardens in Greenwood.
Visitation will be held on Tuesday, October 6, 2020 from 5:00-8:00 PM at the Pendleton Christian Church.
As was her usual tendency towards caring for others, Cathy’s express wish was that memorial contributions, in lieu of flowers, be directed to Pendleton Christian Church.
Cathy will be forever remembered for the impact she made on the lives of everyone who knew her — love genuinely radiated from her soul. As you think of Cathy, please never forget that she would want you to… 😁 “Have a smiley day!” 😁
To my beloved sister, whom I will miss deeply. rest peacefully my little sister.
Our Sweet Aunt Cathy…(Cathy with a “C”). You brought so much love & warmth to those around you. We loved you dearly. You will be missed so much & live forever in our hearts 💞
To my baby sister, I loved you dearly.
My sweet aunt Cathy will be forever in my heart. She was always an example of mercy and kindness. I’m so glad we were able to make it to Texas together and legally drive 80 mph. Wheeeeeee she would exclaim!!!
Cathy, I remember the smiles and joy you would bring to those who knew you. You were always full of life. I was blessed to know you.
Cathy was a friend of mine. She used to bring Tyler two kids connection. We love to talk to each other. She always had a smile on her face. I know I will miss her. I’m so sorry Tyler. She loves you so much.
Cathy, your suffering is over. May you now rest with Jesus in perfect peace. I will love your sweet Leo forever. He hasn’t left me for 3 days. Robert, you & Tyler have my deepest sympathy and prayers for God’s comfort and grace.
My aunt had such a sweet way about her, and she always made a person feel welcomed. I know that she is being made to feel welcome in her new home in heaven. I will miss her laugh! Prayers for comfort to Bob, Tyler, and everyone whose lives she touched.
Cathy loved me unconditionally she taught me how to be a better person and she was a bright light in this dark world.I pray for peace and Guidance for Bob and Tyler I love you both