Katherine Barrun

October 18, 1976April 27, 2021

Katherine Barrun was born on October 18, 1976 and passed away on April 27, 2021 and is under the care of Woodlawn Funeral Home.

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Janet Wyer

May 5, 2021

“Perhaps they are not stars, but rather openings in heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy.”

Kathy will be missed. Her family will be in our hearts and prayers.

Janet Wyer
Stanford University


May 4, 2021

To the Barrun Family -

Right now there may not be words to comfort.
Right now there may not be a song, poem, or even scripture that will ease the pain.
Right now all is a blur and there seems no end to the pain.
But be assured that whatever you feel right now will slowly become more manageable.
Be assured that you are surrounded by those who can and will help you and your family, right now, and in the days to come.
May strength and comfort be given to you in an extraordinary portion

Dave Mangonon

May 4, 2021

Eternal rest grant unto the soul of Kathy, O Lord,

and let perpetual light shine upon her.

May she rest in peace.

Kathy you will be missed. Condolences and love to the entire family.

Love - Dave Teenz Brittany Peter Mozzie Nico Alyanna and Mark Jr

Uma Karunakaran

April 30, 2021

To Kathy's family,

Kathy was a wonderful business partner and a loving friend. She brought positive energy to the workplace with her kind and fun-loving nature. Kathy never failed to respond to call of duty, even at odd hours! She brightened our days sharing milestones and cute pictures of her little kids. We will cherish sweet memories of Kathy forever! My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

Uma - Stanford UIT

Luz Barragan

April 30, 2021

Kathy, it feels surreal that you are no longer with us. I can still see your smile and hear your laughter when I think of the time we've spent working together. Though you may leave us physically, I know you continue among us in spirt, watching over your family and loved ones. May you rest in peace.

To Kathy's family, I send my deepest condolences to you during your time of loss. I hope the joyous memories of Kathy bring you some light during this difficult time. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers.

Luz Barragan (Business Affairs, Stanford University)

Patricia Moss

April 30, 2021

Dear Barrun Family,
May God turn your time of darkness into light again. May He stay by your side during this difficult time. Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted - Matthew 5:4. Kathy was one of the nicest people. She was kind, thoughtful and funny. She was such a wonderful part of our team at Stanford. Her smile, her laugh and her positive attitude will be missed, she will be missed by all of us.
Wishing you peace,
Patricia Moss (Procurement - Stanford)

Thuy Vu

April 30, 2021

My heart aches to hear this news. Sending you and your family my deepest condolences for the loss of Kathy. May our prayers ease you through this difficult time.

Thuy Vu

Lindsay Mancebo

April 29, 2021

To Kathy’s Family,

I remember Kathy as someone who’s always willing to help even if it’s in the middle of the night. She’s one of the most hardworking and kindest people that I had a pleasure to work with. I’ll definitely miss her!

Praying for your family.

-Lindsay, Stanford University

Anita Miranda

April 29, 2021

To Kathy’s family,
Kathy’s loss is felt by many with profound sadness. Kathy will always be remembered in a special way– her warmth, humor, energy and most of all –her kindness! I pray that you find strength, comfort and peace in this very difficult and tragic time. Kathy will be in our hearts and memories. May she rest in peace.
Anita Miranda (Business Affairs, Stanford University)

Maria Inciong

April 29, 2021

Your smile brightened up our gatherings. We will miss your radiance! May your family find comfort and solace with beautiful memories of your warmth and loving energy.

Maria Inciong - Stanford UIT