Kathy A. Willauer (December 29th, 1958)
“You Are My Sunshine, My Only Sunshine, You Make Me Happy, When Skies Are Grey, You’ll Never Know Dear, How Much I Love You, Please Don’t Take, My Sunshine Away”.
On November 25th, 2018 at 11:53am our ‘sunshine’ was overtaken by the worst cloud known to man kind- Small Cell Carcinoma Lung Cancer. Daughter of Robert and late Janet Willauer; Sister of Faye Frey, Robert Willauer Jr., Vicki Turner, late John Willauer, Tamara Rissi, Stacey Neal, and Kim Willauer; Mother of Calina Duvall and Dylan Willauer; Grammy of Tiara Hess, Sophia Litten, Blake Duval and Cole Duvall; Great Grand Mi-Mi to Paisley A. Mowrer; Aunt to many important family members; Friend to all; and last but not least Best Friend and forever Companion to Stanley Kline.
Kathy graduated J P McCaskey High School class of 1976. She than worked at the United States Postal Service for 12 years before becoming a stay-at-home mom but enjoyed occasionally doing side work at the Manheim Auto Auction with Stanley.
Kathy was the most positive, down to earth, loving, caring, genuine, selfless, driven, passionate, strong woman ever to walk this earth. She went above and beyond for anyone who needed it. She would give you the world and want nothing in return. She was very outgoing, making friends with everyone everywhere she went. She was adventurous and courageous, she loved the countryside and the beach- she always wanted to live on her own farm or in a house on a tropical island such as Hawaii.
Kathy believed anything was possible if you put your mind to it- mind over matter. She was told she could never travel to India for free or at all, but sure enough where there is a will there is a way, sure enough she made it happen proving to all that limitations are only those set forth by your own mind; to be successful in your dreams you must break your mind of all limitations previously set and open your mind to endless possibilities.
She was very spiritual as well, believing in life after death, spiritual interactment, natural medicines, and eternal energy and soul. Kathy was very giving, positive, and pure, always finding the best in everything and everyone- even in her last few weeks she did not want to ask for anything, not even help, because she did not want to burden anyone. She did not want a funeral but instead a Celebration Of Life party after she passed- she wanted no one to be sad about her passing but happy about all the memories she shared with so many.
She loved animals, babies, people, exploring, new experiences, helping others, learning, and reading. Kathy went to Washington DC and volunteered during President Trump’s inauguration dinner which was one of her most proud achievements. She loved the colors blue, green, and purple. She loved cheesesteaks from Gus’ and Today’s Pizza, along with her daughter Calina’s Homemade Mac and Cheese. She loved concerts and would attend the Jazz Fest every year in her younger years, along with Bon Jovi, Michael Jackson, and Ozzy Osborne; Crazy Train was her ring tone for years.
No amount of time, space, or words could ever safice when describing this amazing woman we all know and love dearly. She may be physically gone but her soul and spirit live on inside and around us all for eternity. She will never be forgotten; her legacy will forever thrive in her children, grandchildren, and every generation forward who share her ever so pure blood. Never be sad she is ‘gone’ but be happy for she has lived.
Her family is having a Celebration of Life party for her on her 60th birthday; December 29th, 2018; Further details are currently in the making. We encourage anyone and everyone who knew her to come and celebrate her life and share their memories they have and will never forget with this amazing woman. For more information and updates on her Celebration Of Life party please contact Tiara Hess at 717-342-8262. There will also be a public event on Facebook for her celebration ‘Kathy Willauer’s Celebration Of Life Party’. Again any friends or family of Kathy are encouraged to come and share their most memorable memories and past times. To bring this to an end i leave everyone with a quote from Kathy, i will forever hold dearly in my heart. “I Love You More! Mooooooooooooooooowah!”.
May you RIP dear classmate.
So sorry to hear of your loss. Great memories grown by up on Orange St
Doug&Deb Kinser we will miss you very much we love you cus know it will not be the same with you not here but you will be in our hearts all the time we grew up when we were kids and we work together for awhile love you cus
Flood of memories, all good. Friended her on Facebook last week.
Was looking forward to a good laugh and catching up on life. Remembered with smile when we were silly girls.
Im gonna miss u sis itll never b the same!????