Former Enumclaw resident Kathleen Teresa Furrer, 96, died March 4, 2015, at a healthcare facility in Seattle.
She was born Sept. 16, 1918, in Auburn, Wash., to the late Josef M. and Kathleen (McMahon) Furrer. She attended school in Auburn and Kent, then graduated from Enumclaw High school with the class of 1937. Following graduation she moved to Seattle where she remained for the rest of her life. She worked at Manning’s Cafeteria in Seattle for 35 years until retiring in 1977. She was a longtime member of Saint James Cathedral and Catholic Church in Seattle.
She is survived by son John A. Sanuy and daughter-in-law Kathleen G. Sanuy of Emmett, Idaho; sister Noreen Trumbull of Enumclaw; two grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and three great-great-granddaughters.
She was preceded in death by sister Lauretta Newton and brother Joseph E. Furrer.
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