Kathleen Ann McCourt

April 10, 1952November 19, 2018
Play Tribute Movie Play Tribute Movie

Kathleen “Kathy” McCourt (nee Mulligan), 66, of Ferguson passed away suddenly on Monday, November 19, 2018. She is preceded in death by her parents Jack and Helen Mulligan. Kathy is survived by her sister, Barbara (Bill) Jenkins; nieces, Laura (Mike) Benack and Michelle (Ian) Graham; nephew, Thomas Jenkins; great nieces and nephew, Elizabeth “Ellie”, Jack, and Samantha Benack; and baby Graham on the way! Kathy was a dear friend to many and will be missed by her dear dogs, Libby & Lester.

Kathy was a very social and fun-loving person. She had a great sense of humor and could turn any sad situation around with her witty personality. She retired recently after more than 30 years from Hunter Engineering. Kathy was very active in the Ferguson community. Her kindness, wit, and zest for life will be missed but never forgotten. A celebration of Kathy’s life will be held on Saturday, November 24, 2018 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at Alexander White Mullen Funeral Home in St. Ann. Memorials are appreciated to the Humane Society of MO or Stray Rescue. Expressions of condolence may be offered at


  • Visitation Saturday, November 24, 2018

Kathleen Ann McCourt

have a memory or condolence to add?

Steve Sheputis

November 24, 2018

I met Kathy in '94 when I got a job at the company where she worked. For 23 years she was a friendly face and pleasant conversation until I retired. I was happy for her when she did the same recently. I was shocked and sorry to hear of her passing. May God bless her and welcome her into His loving care.

David Prater

November 24, 2018

A life long friend to our family.
Schoolmate of the Prater boys.
Friend of Ferguson. A caring neighbor, and true friend to our four legged best friends.
Sincere condolences.
From the Prater family.

Alan Johnson

November 22, 2018

I met Kathy in 1988 when I move next door to her she welcomed me to the neighborhood and always has been a real nice friend she'll be missed by all of us

Angela Hamilton

November 22, 2018

I been knowing her since I was 14. She was always nice to the whole family. Very sad to hear about her death. She is my mom's next door neighbor. Prayers to the family and may she R.I.P.

Tammy Dunn

November 22, 2018

Kathy when I was battling breast cancer, you help me get through the days and nights after I received my treatments. I was able to call you day or night you would always give me encouraging words. I can hear your voice saying you got this, you can do this Tammy. Kathy you will be missed by many. Gone but never will be gotten. We love you kathy, but God love you more. 💘

Dianne Bennettt

November 21, 2018

One of the cool, older, grown up girls in our “quiet” neighborhood (of at least 60 kids) in the 60’s and 70’s, Kathy was a friend to my brothers and to my parents after we all married and moved on. I had to be about 10 or 11 when she and Barb took me to a Blues game and taught me about the visual appeal of talented male athletes as well as the fun of the sport. 😎

The Mulligan girls (including Helen) were always a part of our lives and I enjoyed talking to Kathy occasionally as an adult and appreciated her laugh and wit.