Kathleen Joann Pozorski, 74, Kokomo, went to be with her Lord on Feb. 10, 2018. Kathy was born in a quaint little town of Bridger, Montana, to Simon and Frances (Roth) Weisgerber. She was second oldest of seven children, Betty, Jim, Don, Larry, Shirley and Tom.
She grew up loving the beauty of the mountains. Kathy met "Thee love of her life" Francis J. Pozorski (Joe) in 1960 while staying with her godmother in Colorado Springs, Colorado. They were then married in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Sept. 2, 1961.
Kathleen and Joe started their young married life in Logansport, Indiana. It was here that they began to raise their five children, Chris, Laurie, Patty, Joanne and Carolyn. In 1976, Joe and Kathy moved their young family to Kokomo. This home is where they finished raising their children and had lived during their retirement years.
Kathy was a loving wife and mother. She had a kind, loving and helpful heart toward those she knew. Kathy was a very talented seamstress and enjoyed the craft of sewing, and had many years working as a seamstress. She loved crafts and sewing with her children and grandchildren. Kathy especially enjoyed in later years the advancement of embroidery machines.
She was a great cook. It was never anything fancy, but lots of good home cooking. She baked her own bread and she passed on that tradition to the next generations.
Kathy enjoyed her nine grandchildren, Caleb, Katie, Abby, Elyssa, Kirsten, Elizabeth, Sam, Charlie and Rosemary. With them, she made sure to share the very best of her time and love. In the last two years of her life, Kathy welcomed the role of great-grandmother to Jace and Savannah. She will be greatly missed and fondly remembered by the many lives she touched through the years.
A Rite of Christian Burial for Kathleen will be 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 16, 2018, at Ellers Mortuary Webster Chapel, 3400 S. Webster St., with the Rev. Father Roberts officiating. Friends may visit 1 to 3 p.m.
If you would like to make a contribution in Kathleen's honor, please make payable to St. Patrick Church.
You may visit www.ellersmortuarywebster.com to sign the guest book, or to leave a condolence for the family.
Published on February 13, 2018