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Kathleen Marilyn Muldoon

Las Vegas, Nevada

Jan 13, 1954 – Nov 3, 2017


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Palm South Jones Mortuary Obituary

Katie Muldoon, age 63, a retired Caesars Entertainment executive secretary, passed away peacefully on November 3, 2017, after an 11-year battle with breast cancer. She was born January 13, 1954, in Wichita, Kansas, and had been a resident of Nevada since 1969. Her parents, Dennis and Marilyn...

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I was so blessed to have known you, Katie for so many years! Going back even before the Riviera Hotel, to the days of fun in the Lounges and your Amazing husband, Tom Christi...You were the beacon of light in his heart, with so much LOVE, I will always remember those days! Your Beautiful Smile, Your Loving Heart, Your Amazing Humor has always brought Magic to everyone you knew. There are certain people who touch our Lives with Special Joy and Love, and share of themselves effortlessly....they...

My friend Ross just informed me of Kathy's passing. I am shocked and saddened and extend my deepest condolences to her family as well as her sister Barbara. Over the years she reached out to maintain our friendship and I regret that we lost contact at times. I know that she affected all who came in contact with her in such a positive way. She was so very proud of her family. Kathy was special

Katie's compassion and accepting way is a gift that is forever cherished in our hearts. Sending our prayers and thoughts.

I had the joy of working with her during her time with the Caesars family and I can say she was a great lady, a ray of light and overall wonderful person. I will continue to think of her fondly. My condolences to everyone who feels the loss of her with us.

My heart is saddened hearing of Katie passing. Working at that Rio I met Katie thru my brother Mark who also worked with her. When I was diagnosed with breast cancer she told him she would meet with me and offer any help she could. Katie became my mentor, and soon we became friends. She and I soon started mentoring Susan, with stage 4. Wasn't long and we became friends, we met for lunches, breakfast, and had many supportive phone chats. So much laughter, sometime tears, but lots of support. ...

I light this candle to symbolize the light and warmth that Katie brought to all of our lives and in recent days even more especially to mine. She had so much more work to do and we will miss her always.

So sorry to hear about Katie she was a lovely person I worked with her at the Riv prayers going out to the family

I am so very saddened to hear of Katie's passing. I worked with her for many years at the Riviera. She was a joy to be around. Prayers for all the family.

Patty Madrid

Tom, Kelly, and Ryan, please accept my most sincere condolences for the loss of such an incredible and most beautiful human being in your wife and mom, Katie. My father, Sam Distefano, and I and EVERYONE at the Riv will always remember her constant kindness and megawatt smile that lit up every place she was present. She made her job look easy because she was a consummate professional and the very best at it. She will always be incredibly missed. God Bless. Sincerely, Michael Distefano