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East Wenatchee, Washington
Born in Wenatchee, Washington to Norman and Jeanett Pedersen, Kathy passed at her home surrounded by her loving family on March 26, 2021.
To our Family’s Wild Child, you created so many fun and fond memories. To our eternal dancer, child, and family lover, and beautiful wife (perfect enough for two separate go arounds to the same loving husband). You are indefinitely a part of our hearts and lives. We all enjoyed the fun times doing the things you loved – such as camping, fishing, the pontoon boat at Lake Roosevelt, and spending time at the family cabin. Never able to have her own children, we took joy in watching you love on everyone else’s children. You were everyone’s Aunti Kathy!
She was known as the fun aunt who always had a hug ready, an ear to listen, and helped us all do our makeup and hair, never leaving the house without being done up. Game nights, cribbage, UNO, and LRC will not be the same but we will play a round for you.
Your eclectic life of a school bus driver, long hauler, short order cook/waitress, and fruit shed worker, touched lives and left memories. One particularly hairy time as a bus driver was sliding off a snowy road but your skills got us out and home, not without a few nervous moments though...
Surviving family, hearts, and extended family are Husband Joe Elliott, Mother Jeanett, Siblings Norma, Ray, Vivian, Linda and Bob, Ken and Star, and Steve and Ann. Nieces and nephews (and extended) Janie and Ken, Alan and Rochelle, Rachelle, Jennifer and Nick, Julie and Shelby, Stacy and Luann, Great-nieces and nephews Jordan, Alaina, Carter, Averi, Lucas, Mikaela, Lindsey and Casey, Taylor, Tayler and Jaycee, Kellie and Kevin, Megan, Austin, and Sydney.
Kathy is preceded in death by Father Norman Pedersen; Brother Ed Pedersen; and Niece Nicole Jessup.
A Celebration of Life will be at the Family Cabin on Memorial Day.
We will greatly miss “the twinkle in her eye” when she was having fun! It was infectious to us all...