Kathy Sue Birch, 65, of Farmer City, IL passed away on Friday, April 1st, 2022 at Aubrey court in Clinton, Illinois. \r\n\r\nKathy was born on November 19, 1956 to Vaughn Youl Birch and Phyllis Roberta (Turpin) Birch in Champaign, Illinois. Kathy spent the last 20 years living in Clinton, Illinois. \r\n\r\nShe is remembered by her mother Phyllis R. Birch, and her five siblings, Kenneth A. Birch of Oak Creek, WI; Karen L. Lee of Harrison, AR; Kristie J. Birch of Farmer City, IL; Keith J. Birch (Eileen) of Grants Pass, OR and Kevin W. Birch (Kim) of Westerville, OH; and 11 Nieces and Nephews. \r\n\r\nKathy was preceded in death by her father, Vaughn Youl Birch. Her grandparents, Azie and Geneva Birch of Salt Lake City, Utah; Elmer and Viona Turpin of Farmer City, Illinois. \r\n\r\nVisitation will be held Friday April 8th, 2022 at Calvert-Belangee-Bruce Funeral Home, 106 North Main St., Farmer City, IL from 7:00PM to 8:30PM. Graveside Services will be held at the Nixon Township Cemetery, Weldon Illinois at 9:00AM on Saturday April 9th, 2022 conducted by Bishop Jed Taylor of the Mahomet Ward. All friends and family are welcome to attend. \r\n\r\nKathy lived in Farmer City for the majority of her life, and she is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Kathy spent many years participating in Special Olympics, where she had won many medals and ribbons in Softball Competitions. She enjoyed music and western movies. Kathy spent many summers at the Red Barn Day Camp off of Route 10. Kathy Always loved spending time with her grandmother Viona Turpin watching Western Movies. While living in Aubrey Court she spent time working at Group and enjoying other residents. Kathy is loved by her family. Kathy thrived on organization, keeping her room and the rest of the home clean and organized. Kathy had a real passion for playing board games, collecting stuffed animals and dolls, and spent many hours putting puzzles together. \r\n\r\nThe family expresses many thanks to Aubrey Court, Clinton, Illinois, her friends, and the multitude of people who have made a difference in her life. \r\n\r\nMemorials may be made to Special Olympics, Bloomington, IL, in lieu of flowers.