Catherine Rachelle Landoll

April 16, 1965April 25, 2021

Cathy (Ralston) Landoll was born on April 16, 1965 in Columbus, Ohio to Fred and Sue Ralston. Her childhood was spent in the small town of Naperville, Illinois. Summer vacations were spent traveling the Midwest or in her grandparent's home in Mt Victory, Ohio. Getting lost in these seemingly endless spaces gave her a love of reading and music. She developed a deep passion for Rock bands and she immersed herself in the music scene in Austin. She delighted in attending concerts throughout her life. Between her first concert, Peter Frampton in 1979 to her last, Runescarred in 2020, she saw hundreds of artists. She promoted bands for the joy of their songs that lit her soul. Cathy graduated from San Francisco State University with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature. She had a passion for the French language and culture and became proficient while studying in high school and into her college years. With her strong work ethic, she supported her team at Service First Mortgage for over 8 years as a Loan Officer Associate and as a Print Production Assistant at Print Solutions for over 17 years. Cathy deeply understood the human need for love and connection. She made you feel special and important with her acceptance in each of us. She was such a bright light who loved her family. She was brave, loyal, and caring and will always be remembered for her generosity and compassion for others. Cathy was the loving and devoted mother to Jacob, Zachery, and Ian Landoll. She deeply treasured her children and embraced the energy that came with raising vivacious and raucous boys. She is the beloved daughter of Charlotte Sue Ralston and the cherished sister to James Chris Ralston.


  • Visitation

    Thursday, April 29, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, April 30, 2021


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Steve Bello

April 28, 2021

I am so very sorry to hear about the passing of my dear friend Cathy. She was truly a wonderful person who adored her boys more than anything in this world. She will be truly missed. RIP Cat...I will play nice and loud so you can hear me up there...