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From what I read on the internet, Kathy fell ill and other folks were supposed to keep up the business.  Apparently, they didn't do a good job and the business closed.

I remember when I was a kid, going to the Farmers' Market in Royal Oak when she first opened up and had only her original recipe.  From there, others were made with fruits in them.  They were beyond scrumptious.  The best cheesecakes I ever had. 

Kathy - if you're out there somewhere, know how much your customers miss you and enjoyed your delicious cheesecakes.  We hope you're in better health and enjoying life...  All the best to you!

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