In memory of
The world lost a precious mom, grandma, sister and friend when Kathleen (Kathy) Mosher Walker passed away on February 2, 2021. She was 88 years young. Kathy was predeceased by her husband of 37 years, Keith A. Walker, in 1996. She is survived by her daughters, Cheryl Heller (John), Valerie Miles (Mike), and Kelly Cisney (Kevin); and her 6 grandchildren: Traci, Allison, Michaela, Tori (Trent), Ryan and Jake, and great granddaughter Annibelle. Kathy is also survived by her sister, Jean, and brothers John (Debora) and Mike (Debbie). She was predeceased by two brothers, Dick and Ned. Born on September 29, 1932 to Helen and Robert Mosher in Cardington, Ohio, she grew up in Mt. Gilead, Ohio. She later worked in Columbus, where she met and married Keith. They moved to Anaheim, California for Keith's job and then to Fullerton where they raised their family and Kathy lived until her passing. Kathy worked at California State University, Fullerton for 30 years. She traveled the world with Keith, and her happy place was always at home with her family, where she was a gourmet cook and loved to paint, craft, sew, and read. She also loved the beach and could spend a day just reading and watching the waves, and a good martini just made a great day perfect. But the real joys of her life were her grandchildren and her great granddaughter, and for the past 10 years, her beloved rescue dog Cupcake. Kathy was a cherished sister and friend, known for her kindness, compassion, warm smile and contagious laughter. Her unique ability to turn a dull moment into something fun created unforgettable memories. She was a beautiful light in this world and each person she met carries a piece of that light. May the memory of Kathy live on in all of her family and friends. The family especially wishes to thank Maria and Sofia, Kathy's "ladies" who she loved. Their gentle and loving care over the past 2 1/2 years meant everything. Hers was a life well-lived and each day we will celebrate her life rather than mourn her passing. Private services were held at Loma Vista Memorial Park in Fullerton, where she joined Keith.
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