OBITUARY

Kathy Looney

October 15, 1951October 30, 2020

Kathy Looney was born in Modesto, California to John and Lola Cooper on October 15, 1951. She was raised in Waterford, California and that was where she remained raising her own family. She loved to cook, trying new recipes with her daughters. She enjoyed crocheting, playing card games and spending time with her friends and family. Kathy was family oriented and talked on the phone with them daily. She was a lover of music and loved to dance, winning several dance contests through the years. Kathy attended Waterford Assembly of God, spent a lot of her time reading her Bible and was close with her church family. Her relationship with the Lord was inspiring to many.

Kathy is survived by daughters, Korie Ross and Shilah Cash, 6 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren. Also 3 sisters, Brenda Pool, Melba Johnson and Sharon Manuel. She was preceded in death by her son, Terry Glen Looney Jr., 2 brothers, Ronald Cooper and Jerry Cooper and her parents. Kathy left this world to be with her Lord and Savior on October 30, 2020. She was loved and admired by all that knew her and will be greatly missed until we are reunited.

Memorial service is scheduled for April 10, 2021 at 1:00pm at Lakewood Funeral Home - Amphitheater, 900 Santa Fe Avenue Hughson, CA

  • FAMILY

  • Korie Ross, Daughter
  • Terry Glen Looney Jr., Son
  • Shilah Cash, Daughter
  • Ronnie (Ronald) Cooper, Brother (deceased)
  • Jerry Cooper, Brother (deceased)
  • Brenda Pool, Sister
  • Sharon Manuel, Sister
  • Melba Johnson, Sister
  • Kevin Odneal Jr., Grandchild
  • Brooke Looney, Grandchild
  • Erin Looney, Grandchild
  • Tyler Cash, Granchild
  • Jacob Cash, Granchild
  • Kylee Cash, Grandchild
  • Kevin Odneal III, Great-grandchild
  • River Schuler, Great-Grandchild
  • Maisy Hopper, Great Grandchild
  • Hayden Cash, Great Grandchild

Services

LIVESTREAM SERVICE
10 April

Memorial Service

1:00 pm

Lakewood Memorial Park

Amphitheater

900 Santa Fe Avenue
Hughson, California

Memories

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Matt Towe

April 5, 2021

I love you Aunt Kathy and already miss you so much. I’m so sad that you are no longer here with us but take great comfort in knowing you are now free from all your worldly pain. I will never forget the 49er sign you sketched and painted for me as a kid, it was the coolest thing and I was so proud of it!! For those of you who never knew (because Aunt Kathy was very humble about it and never wanted kudos for it) she was a very talented artist. I can only imagine the huge celebration that took place when you arrived in heaven, I love you and will never forget you Aunt Kathy. Rest In Peace until we meet again.

Love,
Your Nephew
Matt Towe

Jake Cash

March 20, 2021

My sweet grandmother,

I am trying to find the right words to describe how much I miss you. I wish so badly to hug you again and just sit and talk with you. You were my best friend. I knew I could always talk to you about anything and you loved me for I was. I will never forget our phone calls, the laughs we had, and the amount of love you gave me. You were the best grandmother I could have ever asked for.

It’s been almost 6 hard months without you. I still can’t shake the feeling that you are gone. I was at work the other day and I was thinking about you. I stopped dead in my tracks at one point and it just hit me. I couldn’t call you, I couldn’t text you. It was almost as if my heart had been ripped out again. There are still traces of you everywhere I go. I see you everywhere I go. I know you are with me and I will never forget my beautiful grandma Kathy. I will see you again someday my sweet grandma. I love you so much ❤️

Sharon Manyel

March 16, 2021

It has been almost 6 months since you left sister, I still can hardly believe you are really gone. I miss you so very much but I find comfort knowing you aren’t hurting anymore , I’m so thankful I was able to be in your life for the past 2 years and I will treasure the time I got too spend with you. All the times we laughed so hard we cried. All of our early mornings talking about our kids and grandkids , and all of the crazy things going on in this crazy world! I love you and will see you again some day! You are always on my mind and forever in my heart!!! Your little sister!

Brenda Pool

March 16, 2021

My sweet Sister, I miss our daily phone calls, our texts. I miss laughing with you, crying with you. I just miss you! A piece of my heart left the day you did. I’m doing better. I don’t cry everyday, but there are moments when reality hits me in the face and I realize I won’t see you again until I make it to heaven and in those moments the tears fall freely. You were so full of the love of Jesus and we all were better for having you in our lives. I’m so happy you’re with Jesus now and free from all the pain and those horrible panic attacks, but oh how I miss you! I cherish the relationship we had and I can’t wait to see you soon. Until then, know you live in my heart forever. I love you sister. Brenda

Stephen Cooper

March 16, 2021

Rest In Peace my beautiful Aunt Kathy. She was the most sweetest caring and loving Aunt anyone could ask for. I’m going to miss you so much Aunt Kathy. One thing that really stands out about her is she never judged you and was alway there for you. Your loved and missed by many and will never be forgotten. I love you Aunt Kathy and you will forever have a special place in my heart. All My Love your Nephew Stephen.

Korie Ross

March 15, 2021

My sweet mamma bear, The other weekend I listened to your praise and worship playlist and it reminded me of this one Sunday morning before you left us. I was getting ready in my bathroom and I thought I heard you calling for me so I turned off my music, that’s when I realized it was you signing your praise and worship for church. I kept the music off and I just listened to you. It filled my heart with joy and love just like you filled my life with joy and love, your voice comforting me as always. I would give anything in this world for more time with you, more moments of your love, and to hear you singing again. Thank you for being the best mom I could ever ask for and my best friend in this crazy world. I miss our talks and our laughs, and I miss how you could always tell if something was wrong whether I told you or not and you always did anything to make me feel better. I miss you every single day, sometimes it’s so much I don’t think I can handle how much it hurts. But I try to find comfort in the fact that you are no longer suffering And that everyday in heaven is church, and you are singing in the choir up there in the sky. I love you, forever your baby bear.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY