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Kathryn Irene Liberati Apr. 23, 1935 - Oct. 20, 2013 Resident of Concord, CA Kathryn Irene Liberati peacefully passed on Sunday surrounded by family after her 6-year struggle with multiple myeloma. She remained strong and fought extremely hard for her life throughout those years and up until her last moments. Kathryn was born on April 23, 1935 in San Diego, CA to her parents Vito and Vera Romani. After graduating from Point Loma High School, she met the love of her life, Salvatore (Sam) Liberati, and they married on January 1, 1955. The couple later moved to the San Francisco Peninsula where they raised their three children - Karen, Vito and Jack, and later their family continued to grow with grandchildren. More than 12 years ago, Kathryn and Sam moved to Concord where they enjoyed frequent visits from family and friends. Kathryn dedicated her life to taking care of her children, grandchildren, family and friends. She was a selfless woman who enjoyed playing card games and bringing a smile to anyone's face. As a dedicated wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend, Kathryn was a loving, giving and caring woman who had the ability to brighten any room with her beautiful smile and make any stranger feel at home. Throughout Kathryn's life she enjoyed spending time with family, traveling the world with her husband and volunteering her time to numerous charitable organizations, such as Oregon Abused Children, Yuma Special Olympics and Joe Montana's Legends Tournament for the Richmond Boys and Girls Club. Kathryn is survived by her dedicated husband of 58 years, Salvatore (Sam) Liberati, children Karen Myhre and her husband, Robert, Vito Liberati, Jack Liberati and his wife-to-be Rose, grandchildren Michelle Myhre Murphy and her husband, Brian, Kristine Myhre and Julie Myhre, brother Louis Romani and his wife, Jeannette, sister-in-law Maryann (Nina) Alban, and brother-in-law Lou Liberati and his wife, Jolyne. She was loved and is missed by many friends, family, cousins, nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the , P.O. Box 22718, Oklahoma City, OK 73123-1718, 800-227-2345 www.cancer.org
Published in East Bay Times on Oct. 24, 2013
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