Let the memory of Kathleen be with us forever
  • 62 years old
  • Born on October 23, 1949 in Oakland, California, United States.
  • Passed away on February 7, 2012 in Pleasanton, California, United States.

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Kathleen Perkins, 62, born on October 23, 1949 and passed away on February 7, 2012. We will remember her forever.

Kathy has returned to Our Heavenly Father on February 7, 2012. Kathy was survived by her Husband Robert Perkins, Parents John and Loretta Crawford, Children Amy Berry and Michael Berry, Brother John Crawford, Sister Nancy Davis, Nieces and Nephews and her Grandchildren.

Kathy was loved by all and will be deeply missed.

Please go to tab "HER LIFE" for Memorial Gathering information.

Posted by Cindy Raymond on March 2, 2012
Bobby, I know how much you must miss your Wife. Danny and I only had the opportunity to meet Kathleen once and of course she and I shared a bond not many others could understand. I will save a hug for you until I see you again. I am sorry not to have talked you for a while.   I hope to see you and the big yellow truck when you're ready. - Danny & Cindy
Posted by Denise Jenson on February 24, 2012
Bobby, I am so incredibly sorry. Kathy will be missed! We have had so many wonderful times with you guys. If there is ever anything we can do please let us know. Our love and prayers are with you and all of Kathy's family. Denise & Dale
Posted by TARA G. BOSSERMAN on February 23, 2012
Kathy, you were always loved - we loved you then, we love you now, and we'll love you forever.  Love is unconditional. You will always remain in our hearts, thoughts and prayers. God bless you and your ohana. Aloha Nui Loa (until we meet again).  Me ke aloha, Tara & My Littleman, John, jr.
Posted by Valerie Spiteri on February 23, 2012
Bob- So sorry to hear of your wife's passing. We send our deepest condolences and will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.
The Spiteri Family, San Ramon
Posted by Susie Inderkum on February 18, 2012
Bob we were so sorry to hear about your loss. Joe said you had mentioned that your wife Kathleen was not doing well, and our prayers were with you. May the love of friends (customers) and family give you comfort, and may the love of God give you strength and peace. Sincerely, Susie & Joe Inderkum.
Posted by Irene Stringer on February 16, 2012
We know Bob through his work and he spoke so highly of his wife, Kathy. She must have been a lovely women and will surely be missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Bob, their family, and friend.
Much thought, The Stringer Family, Danville, CA
Posted by Lynda Hounshell on February 15, 2012
Bob, I am so sorry to hear of your wife's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.
Posted by Mary Jorgensen on February 13, 2012
Kathy was my friend and co-worker. We used to meet every once in awhile and would get our nails done. She was a beautiful person and cared about everything and everyone. She was a jem in this world and we need more Kathy's like her in it. I will miss her dearly. My prayers go out to her family. She loved you all very much. - Mary J.
Posted by Beverly Williams on February 13, 2012
I know for certain that we never lose the people we love, even to death. They continue to participate in every act, thought and decision we make. Their life leaves an indelible imprint in our memories. I find comfort in knowing that my live has been enriched by having known Kathy. Thank you for being my friend and may God bless your family at this time.
Posted by Lilly Braden on February 10, 2012
My thoughts, prayers, and sympathy to your family in what I am sure is a very difficult time. ~A friend of Nancy's
Posted by Jackie Farrell Danielsson on February 10, 2012
Kathy taught me many things in our IS days together, I am kind of a wisenheimer and it was like my mission to get her off topic and make jokes, she never found any of them funny and she would always bring me back to task :) I am thankful for the time we spent together and thank you for all the knowledge you shared with me. My love and thoughts are with all of you.
Posted by Michelle Pestana on February 9, 2012
Kathy, I will always be grateful to have had you as a friend and co-worker. You will be sorely missed by your many friends.  You gave a wonderful home to two of my rescue kitties and to so many others as well. You have done so much for so many needy cats - you truly had a heart of gold. Thank you for being my friend and for being such a faithful friend to so many felines.
Posted by Tabatha Jones on February 9, 2012
Kathy, I will miss seeing you every day and am grateful to have had the honor of being your friend and working with you for the past 13 years. You've brought a lot of joy to my days and taught me more about cats (inside and out) then I ever though possible. I sincerely hope you knew how much I appreciated having you in my life. It's not going to be the same around here without you,
Posted by Lonna DeAnne Larkey Ville on February 9, 2012
I am a friend of Nancy's- prayers are with your family. God Bless you all.
Posted by Hilda Troye on February 9, 2012
Nancy, I am so sorry about your sister, my thoughts and prayers are with you and all of the family
Posted by Lisa Spiegel on February 9, 2012
Kathy you have been a friend for many years, all the way back to Hayward days, I loved hearing about all your cats and was very happy to hear you were enjoying your time volunteering at the Vets. You were were a true friend, and I really enjoyed our Nascar talks, even though you loved Jeff Gordon the best. You will be truly missed. Thank you for the friendship we shared over the years
Posted by Nancy Davis on February 9, 2012
Kathy my sister, I love and always will, you will be missed more than you know. You were a wonderful sister and could not of wanted anyone else to feel your shoes. I have so many found memories of us growing up, raising our families and all the many good time we had as sisters. I love you and you will always be in my heart. I will be with you again some day, your little sister Nancy

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