Evergreen Funeral Home & Cemetery

4504 Broadway, Everett, WA


Kathleen Iris Mallery

February 4, 1944October 18, 2019

Kathleen Iris Mallery was born on February 4, 1944 and passed away on October 18, 2019.


Kathleen Iris Mallery

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Judie Seibel

October 23, 2019

Kathe was an amazing woman; strong, compassionate, kind, and very creative. Kathe and I worked together in kindergarten for many years. The children knew that she loved them and she always saw the best in each child.

One of my favorite memories is the day we saw a strange man lurking near our children at their kindergarten playground. A little bit later he was still standing near the playground as we dismissed the children to go home. As he walked away we decided that we should follow him. We had no plan in mind but it was our lunch break and we would make it up as we went along. He went into a little mom and pop store several blocks away. As we entered we realized that we had no idea what to do next and walked back to school. We always laughed about our Cagney and Lacey episode.

One more thing about Kathe. She could make up songs for the kindergartners about any subject from dental health care to phonics to sharing with friends. She could have written a music book.

She was a good, good person and I will always be grateful for the time that I had with her. Be at peace sweet Kathe.

Kris Peterson

October 22, 2019

I will miss dear Kathe fiercely. We met on Facebook because the spelling of her last name is the same as my moms maiden name spelled with an e instead of the usual o. We never found if we were related, but we didn’t care. We enjoyed the same interest in pretty things and politics and held similar views about life in general. She was the sweetest woman, kind and empathetic, with a fierce love of her country, her church, her children and her grandchildren. Life had not handed her a very smooth ride, but she always had such an unbelievable grace and acceptance.

Kathe looked for the good in everything and everyone. I’ll never forget the wonderful woman she was.