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Catherine Bradford

March 19, 1950 ~ October 7, 2015

Catherine Ann Bradford, 65, passed away on Oct. 7, 2015. Cathy was born and raised in the Richmond Beach/Shoreline area & graduated from Shoreline High School in 1968. She was the oldest of 4 children born to Walter and Norma Lind. She grew up enjoying family vacations, boating, waterskiing & gardening. She worked for QFC many years as a checker. She married Steve Trimble on August 31, 1974; they raised two sons Denny & Sean. Cathy joined her mother in the family travel agency; she was a travel agent for many years before retiring.

Cathy is survived by her husband of 13 years, Wayne Bradford; mother Norma Lind; son Denny Trimble & his wife Rachel; granddaughter Eliza Klein; son Sean Trimble & his wife Jen; grandsons Lochlan & Tyler; sister Connie Budahl & her husband Alan; brother Jay R. Lind & his wife Bernadette; brother Jeffrey Lind; nieces Kaitlin Vagt (Robert), Alicia Budahl, Samantha Lind (fiance; Michael Brady), Becca Lind; step-daughter Diana Sacchini & her husband David; granddaughter Savannah; & aunt Karen Lind. Cathy is preceded in death by her father Walter Lind, grandparents John & Edna Vermullen, Otto & May Rooney. She was looking forward to welcoming her third grandchild, she would have been thrilled to discover it was a girl & Eliza Klein Trimble arrived a few days early on 10-16-15.

Beloved wife, mother, grand- mother, daughter, sister & aunt. Cathy will be dearly missed by her family & friends. Her heart was as big as the Sun. She touched the hearts of everyone around her & will forever be a part of our lives! A celebration of life is planned for Monday, November 2 at the Rio Verde Retirement Community Cabana at 1402 22nd St NE, Auburn, 2:00pm. The family invites friends to share their memories & stories.
Published in The Seattle Times on Oct. 26, 2015
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