OBITUARY

Kathy "Moe" Lynn Kammerer

2 October, 196420 March, 2021
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Kathy L. “Moe” Kammerer, 56, passed away Saturday, March 20, 2021 at Norton Brownsboro Hospital. Kathy was a devoted daughter, sister, mother, wife, grandmother, and friend. Her proudest achievements in life are her children and family. Kathy always put others before herself, and lived to put a smile on the face of anyone that she interacted with. In her personal life, her greatest treasures were picnics, lunches, and swim days with her grandkids, traveling to new places with her devoted husband, and helping her mom cross items off her bucket list. She also enjoyed cooking dinner and playing games with her entire family on the weekends, and always had a home filled with laughter and joy. In her professional life, Kathy had a passion for helping others. She retired from Tumbleweed Restaurants as the Director of Human Resources after 3 decades of service. She cherished her positon with the company and the opportunity that it provided her to make a positive impact on countless members of the Tumbleweed Team. Kathy was also a former board member for the Special Olympics of Kentucky, and volunteered with the Habitat for Humanity. Kathy was a member of Southeast Christian Church, and enjoyed a strong sense of belonging in the church community. She is survived by her husband of 22 years, Wes Kammerer; son, Joshua Corum (Cassie); daughter, Mandy Jackson (Mike); her mother, Lora Bass Lezark; brother, Bill Lezark (Kathy); her grandchildren, Carson, Gracie “G”, Camden “Camo”, and Brady; as well has her friends in life, Keith Corum; and Walter and Doris Corum. She was preceded in death by her sister, Anna Marie, father Emery, and beloved 4-legged companion, Lady. Visitation will be from 2-8pm Thursday at Heady-Hardy Funeral Home, 7710 Dixie Hwy. Her funeral service will be held at 12:00 on Friday at Southeast Christian Church Southwest campus, 8301 St. Andrews Church Rd, followed by interment in Bethany Cemetery. There will be visitation after 10am on Friday at the church. Moe requests that you bring a smile! Expressions of sympathy may take the form of contributions to the Norton Healthcare Foundation, with designation to the Norton Cancer Institute for cancer research.

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation

    Thursday, 25 March , 2021

  • Visitation

    Friday, 26 March , 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, 26 March , 2021

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Interment

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Pam Lezark

14 April 2021

Aunt Lora, Bill, Mandy and all of the other family members of Kathy . . . my mother told me today of Kathy's passing. I am so very sad to hear of this. I remember her as a beautiful soul with the widest and prettiest smile. Her laugh was memorable and full of the energy she held for life. I am glad to have crossed paths with her even if it was a brief time when we were children. I was so in awe of her. The picture on this posting is how I remember her. She was so very pretty. Thinking of all of you during this difficult time.

Jaime BradleyMiller

25 March 2021

What a wonderful and strong woman... she will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

Terry Smith

24 March 2021

There were many precious memories that flooded into my mind when I heard that Kathy had departed to her eternal dwelling place with our Lord Jesus Christ. She lit up the room with that infectious smile but I remember her most for her character - humility, integrity, positive attitude and other centeredness. Those qualities made her a great mother, wife, friend and teammate. I served with Kathy at Tumbleweed and she was a loyal teammate because of the incredible character traits I mentioned above. As part of the best team I have ever had the privilege of working with, she always displayed a positive attitude and influence on the team. We called it “Camelot” and there was never anything so special as being on that team with Kathy as a cheerleader for everyone but herself. Thanks Kathy for demonstrating character to all of us. You are in our hearts and all you left behind are in our prayers.

Debbie Bondurant(Capshaw)

24 March 2021

Kathy was my childhood friend. She was a sweet heart!! She will definitely be missed. Rip my friend. ! God watch over her family at this time

Phil Parrish

24 March 2021

This world has become a little more dreary with Kathy's passing. My sincere condolences to her family.

Phil Parrish

24 March 2021

This world has become a little more dreary with Kathy's passing. My sincere condolences to her family.

Mike Jackson

23 March 2021

With Moey, it was always smiles and comfort. Always making you smile along with her with whatever she was going. From the 1st day I met her she was instantly more than just family. So many fun memories with her. She loved her family beyond measure and they will always know that. Just being able to know and love her has made me a better person.

Jamie Laws

23 March 2021

One of my the most influential people in my life was my Aunt Kathy. Our daily texts were not only to share what was happening in each others lives but many times to guide me and give me life lessons that I will cherish forever. Kindness, dedication, strength, beautiful soul, giving, helper, supportive, most of all our families true blessing. We were all so blessed to have had you in our lives. Although our hearts are terribly shattered, we will hold onto the memories and remember your love for each of us.

Cindy Parrish

23 March 2021

Kathy was my best friend in this world I still remember the first time I saw her she had long blond curls and had a smile for me and that was 48 short years ago beginning our life long friendship we also worked together at Tumbleweed for 27 years she will forever be in my heart and Heaven sure has received an Angel . my love and prayers to the family love Cindy

Harold Wes Kammerer

22 March 2021

Kathy is the greatest daughter-in-law one could love.
She was a stupendous welcome to the Kammerer family
Kathy always was concerned about me and how I was.
Always had a smile on her face and always made me smile.
I know the Gates of Heaven are wide open for her.

Harold Wes Kammerer


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