Katherine Lavona Robertson

Feb 17, 1946 – Aug 4, 2017

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Obituary

Katherine L. Robertson

1946 – 2017

Kathy was born in Seattle, she went to Holy Names Academy, Highline College and worked at Boeing, Western Airlines and Delta Airlines as a flight attendant.  She retired after 38 years in the air.  She loved to travel for work and pleasure trips and spending time on the water and in her beautiful garden.  Flowers were her passion.

 In her spare time she was an avid reader and loved classic movies.

 She will be remembered for her zest for life and for her infectious laugh.

 Kathy was preceded in death by her father W. Robertson and her mother Elizabeth (Betty) Robertson.

 She will be missed by all her many friends and family across the globe.

 She will be inurned at Bonney-Watson Washington Memorial Park, 16445 International Blvd, SeaTac.

 In respect for Kathy’s wishes no service is planned. 

 Any donations in her memory would serve the good stead.

The Flower Fund

c/o Carol Friske

3208 Rockerfeller Ave

Everett, WA  98201

 

Guestbook

Kathleen Batchelder
Seattle, WA
Aug 22, 2017

Gosh, when you work with someone for 36 years, their life is woven into yours like a fine patchwork quilt. All the memories shared at work, laughter belted out on layovers, adventures to new cities and new bases new airplanes; Kathy is as familiar to me as my own family. I will miss your laughter and sense of fun. Rest in Peace and make a place for us in Stewardess Heaven. God Bless

Judith Howell
Sun Lakes, Az
Aug 19, 2017

Rest In Peace friend and look down on us all

with your warm and sunny smile. Until we meet

again, Judith

Pamela Martin
Bremerton , WA
Aug 17, 2017

Hi Cousin, may you Rest In Peace. Love, Pam

Allison Bothell Schnieders
New York, NY
Aug 17, 2017

Will miss your wonderful irreverence and raucous laugh. May you rest in peace.

Evelyn Bothell
Sequim, WA
Aug 17, 2017

I only knew you for a short time and wish it could have been when your health was better. Rest in peace.

Ev

Diana Logan
Gig Harbor, Wa
Aug 16, 2017

Be at rest, Kathy. Remember your great laugh and smile. Spread your wings and fly.

sheila everitt
kona, Hi
Aug 15, 2017

Kathy Iam sure you have been visiting me, the last few days you have been heavy in my heart,trust that you were always in my heart, and I know I will see you soon. Aloha nui loa!!!

Pat Szyperski Pfeiffer
Gresham, OR
Aug 15, 2017

Dear Kathy- The laughter and smiles that you brought with you to work everyday are among my fondest memories flying for WAL. Thank you for the joy you brought to so many lives. RIP Pat (Triss)

Jan Sutherland
Maple Valley, WA
Aug 15, 2017

Jackie Nakamura
Vancouvet, Wa
Aug 15, 2017

Rest In Peace dear Kathy

Karen K. Wod
Oroville, WA
Aug 14, 2017

Hard to believe all the years that have flown by since last time we saw one another... I remember it was at your house and you had llama's (or alpaca's?)---you were always kinda "out there", and that's what I loved about you! Your infectious laugh and your huge heart... You will be remembered Kath, and you will be missed... RIP, until we meet again...

Janet/Mike Trau
Bellevue, WA
Aug 14, 2017

Dear Kathy. You brought us all joy and humor.

Be at peace....

Anita Oldham
Renton, wa
Aug 14, 2017

Kathy I loved flying with you! the passengers loved you! Some of my best layovers when I flew Honolulu with you! We had great times! You loved life! you will be missed!

Beth Cummings
Sun Lakes, AZ
Aug 14, 2017

Kathy, we had many fun conversations on our all nighters to Anchorage with Western. So long ago! You lit up a room with your bright blue eyes and smile.

Barby Billing
Sisters, OR
Aug 14, 2017

I remember Kathy as such an easy person to work with - and she did have a wonderful laugh. I was one of her roommates in Initial F/A training at Western Airlines - Class 69-1. Kathy leaves good memories - I wish her peace.

Cathy Chaffin
Maple Valley, WA
Aug 14, 2017

Soar high, Kathy

It was a pleasure to fly with you.

Linda Pfister
Des Moines , Wa
Aug 14, 2017

I will always remember your,big smile and wonderful laugh as I boarded the plane, thanks for so many memories dear Kathy.

Gwen Ross
Lone Tree, CO
Aug 14, 2017

A journey well traveled. Rest well, dear friend. We made many trips together. You are missed but not forgotten.

Brenda Charles-Edwards
Seattle, WA
Aug 14, 2017

Dear Kate,

Rest in peace. It was a joy knowing you!

Always,

BC

Jo Beyer
Lynnwood, Wa
Aug 14, 2017

What a fun gal to fly with .

Rip dear friend

Donna Latrell
Newcastle, Wa
Aug 14, 2017

Marcia Dalton
Seattle, Wa
Aug 13, 2017

Dear Kathy,

You will be missed.

We first met in the 1960's at Holy Names on Capitol Hill. You were quite an addition to the cast of personalities in our class. You brought so much laughter and fun to the class. Thank You!

Several years later we met up again, when we both flew for Western Air lines and then Delta Air lines. Even More Fun, plus lots of Travel! After September 11th, we both commuted to Atlanta and from there, traveled the globe.

Love and very Fond memories will always be.

Marcia Dalton

Ken Miles
Atlanta , Ga
Aug 13, 2017

Ken miles
Atlanta , Ga
Aug 13, 2017

Ken Miles
Atlanta , Ga
Aug 13, 2017

Dick Bothell
Sequim, WA
Aug 13, 2017

My cousin and friend, I have a life time of memories Bill & Betty and their child Kathy. Living on 12th avenue south, lake Rosiger. It was a quite time then you arrived and livened the place up.

Miss you, Miss You!

Karen O'Hanlon
Gold Canyon, AZ
Aug 13, 2017

Finally at peace.

Ken Miles
Atlanta , Ga
Aug 13, 2017

Ken Miles
Atlanta , Ga
Aug 12, 2017

Cheryl Euler
Lacey, Wa
Aug 12, 2017

You will be remembered my friend. Rest in Peace. Love Cheryl Euler

Trish. Lee
Seattle, Wa
Aug 12, 2017

RIP my friend.....

Thank you sooooo much to Soundview Adult Home Care for all the years of care for our friend.

She will be missed

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