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In Memory

Katherine Ishihara (Mooko)

Katherine Ishihara (Mooko)

Katherine Ishihara
Date Of Birth: O8-25-1947
Date Deceased: 11-07-2015
Age at Death: 68
Cause of Death: Lung cancer
Classmate City: Torrance
Classmate State: CA
Classmate Country: USA
Was a Veteran: No 
Survived By: Husband Michael Mooko, children Darin & Niki Mooko, grandson Christopher and her mom (99 yrs old) Tsuruko Ishihara.

Katherine passed away at her home in Torrance. She is survived by her mother, Tsuruko Ishihara, her husband Michael Mooko and her sister, Sachi Koyama, her children Niki Mooko and Daren Mooko.  A memorial will be held on Monday November 16th between 9am and 12 noon at Greenhills Morturary 27501 South Western Avenue, Rancho Palos Verdes.

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11/10/15 08:01 AM #1    

Kathleen Cassidy

Blessings to Katherine's family.  Remembering all the fun exciting times we shared together during our high school years.

11/10/15 10:56 AM #2    

Rosemary Galanda (Jenkins)

Such a sweet person.  Life took her too soon.  Our thoughts and prayers are with her and her family.  Rosemary and Willie Jenkins

11/10/15 11:26 AM #3    

Steve Lassere

May you RIP Kathy.

11/10/15 02:07 PM #4    

Katherine Tidmarsh (Alder)

Remembering Katherine's smile and the fun it was just knowing her.  Rest in Peace my friend.

Thoughts and Prayers to Katherine's family.

11/10/15 03:34 PM #5    

Janet Kimbrell

My sincere sympathy to Katherine's family - I remember her mom dressing us all as Geisha when we were in 8th grade.   Good person good memories.

11/10/15 06:17 PM #6    

Alvin Sasuga

Ill never forget the fun I had sitting next to Katherine in elementary school. She was energetic, chatty and relentless. She always got what she wanted ...which was usually my pen or pencil. Her laughter and big smile is what I 'll remember most.

God's blessings, comfort and strength to her family and loved ones.

11/11/15 08:21 AM #7    

Cathie Wilson (Post)

May you RIP Katharine! God Bless you and your family!

11/11/15 10:25 AM #8    

John Masaki

I find it hard to believe that life can be sooo unfair. Why do so many good people leave us early, when it "should not" be our time. I've known Katherine since the 6th grade, and we are 3 days apart in age. Now I understand why we didn't see her at our 50th reunion. RIP, Katherine

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