Kathleen Mosher
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Kathleen Joy Mosher passed away in her Lawrence home on June 20, 2020, surrounded by her loving family. She was born on November 9, 1954, in McPherson and raised in Lawrence, Parsons, and Marysville Kansas. She is survived by her brother Jim Bigger (Alamogordo, NM), her sister Denise Stein (Great Bend, KS), her husband, and descendants. Kathy was the beloved wife of Paul Mosher for 38 years. She was preceded in death by her parents Maurice and Virginia Bigger, and her grandson Linden Karel Mosher.

Kathy was the heart of her family and loved spending time with her two children, Nicholas and Kassia, and her three granddaughters, Nora Jane, Joy Ling Er, and Johanna Mae. Her love created a strong bond in her family, gifting them with her kindness and a stubborn streak. She loved reading and left her husband the recipient of thousands of books. Kathy was a talented artist with many beautiful paintings in her name. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

A gathering for the family will be held privately. She requested cremation and her ashes returned to the ocean.

Please consider donating in her name to the American Cancer Society (donate3.cancer.org).

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Published in Lawrence Journal-World on Jun. 26, 2020.
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June 27, 2020
We're deeply saddened to learn of your untimely loss, please accept our condolences. May the love that you all shared and the joy of Kathy's memory bring you comfort and peace in this difficult time.
Maureen Meeker & Kareen McKenzie
June 26, 2020
Kathy was my neighbor for years. We met when our kids were small. My son was not even in school yet and he is 36 now. Our kids played and grew up together, playing in the sprinklers, playing with Ninja Turtles, and so many memories of this wonderful family. Kathy was always perceptive to people and their feelings. I remember when the "kids" got their first Nintendo and the hours/days/ months Kathy spent playing ZELDA. :) Such a wonderful artist and so creative. I never knew anyone who was such an avid reader and had so many books. They literally filled the hallways. She was so smart! I am so sad for all of your family. My heart breaks for your loss. My deepest condolences and love go out to you all. (((hugs)))
Phyllis Stadley
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