In Memoriam : Kathryne LaMunyon

Kathryne J. LaMunyon - age: 80
(November 21, 1937 to January 30, 2018 )
Resident of Exeter, California

Visitation Information:
A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, February 3, 2018 at 11:00 am at Evans Miller Guinn Chapel.

Kathryne J. LaMunyon was born in Exeter, CA on November 21, 1937 to James Lonus and Claudia (Johnson) Divine. She passed away on January 30, 2018 in Visalia, CA at the age of 80. She was raised in Exeter and attended Exeter Schools. She loved her Childhood Friends and kept in contact with them. Kathryne was a member of the Exeter Eagles Lodge. She will be missed by many and will never be replaced.
Kathryne is survived by her sons, Gary (Cheryl) LaMunyon of Meridian ID and Richard (Pam) of Langtry TX; her daughter Leigh Ann (Ken) Appling of Meridian ID; her long time companion Tom Smith of Lemon Cove. She is also survived by four grandchildren, Shannon, Gary, Jameson and Allyson as well as four great grandchildren Jayden, Addison, Cora and Wade.

Phyllis Bimat - February 1, 2018Contact this person Contact this person
We are so sorry for the loss of your dear mother. It was too soon to loose her after we just celebrated her 80th birthday. It was a special time with family and friends and we will cherish that day always. May God surround you all with His Great Comforter through the coming days. Our hearts ache with yours. You all will continue to be in our daily prayer. Much love, Tom & Phyllis Bimat family

Ken Smythe - February 1, 2018Contact this person Contact this person
Richard. I am so sorry to have read that your mother has passed away. I was just sitting here at work, looking the VTD obituaries and came upon your mom's name. We haven't spoken in years, however, I too have very fond memories of your mother and the hard time that you would give her! She would always yell out your name and you back pedaled to avoid getting smacked. I'm still in law enforcement, 26 years and living in Fort Collins Colorado. You and I sure did share some good times together way, way back in the day. God bless you my friend. Your dear mom will truly be missed. I'm sure she's resting comfortably now with loved ones. Hang in there my friend. Ken Smythe