Kathleen Luhman
1950 - 2020
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Kathleen M. Luhman
September 8, 1950 - May 14, 2020
It is with a heavy heart to announce the passing of Kathleen M. Luhman after a long courageous health battle. Daughter of the late Arthur J. and Mary P. Luhman, sister of the late Arthur E. and William C. Luhman. Survived by sister in law Diane, and a host of cousins and friends. Retired from City and County of San Francisco for 30+ years. Kathy enjoyed a good time and a good laugh. Her hobbies were baking, crafts and getting together with friends. A member of the Laurel & Hardy-Sons of the Desert and the United Irish Cultural Center. A celebration of life at a later date.
Donations may be made to Peninsula Humane Society or your favorite charity.



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Published in San Francisco Chronicle from May 18 to May 24, 2020.
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6 entries
June 14, 2020
I am sorry to hear of Ms Luhman passing. Despite her various ailments, she always welcomed me with a smile and worked hard during her therapy. It was a pleasure to work with Her and i will miss her smile
Phil Tom
Friend
June 3, 2020
So many happy memories of growing up with Kathy on 41st Ave. I would love to attend any memorial that might be planned for her.
Larell Fineren
Neighbor
May 25, 2020
Hi my is HANA, I work for S.F. paratransit, We never meet in person, but we known each other on the phone. Shes my first call every Saturday morning, She have the most soft voice , she sounds so gentle lady. When I didnt hear from her, I call just in case. She forgot to schedule her week appointment, so I go ahead and schedule her appointment anyway, But I was still waiting for her call, on Sunday the next day I call her again. Still no answer, so I make note to myself to cancel the appointment before I leave work, But today I decided to look online, But am sorry, we didnt say goodbye. Thank You so much, we always start our day with a big smile on our face and sound of laugh in our hallway.. FLY HIGH MY ANGEL. Now I known where you are, In a Safe Place. ♥♥
Hana Tumua
May 20, 2020
Kathy was a wonderful, sweet, and caring friend. I will miss her.
Shirley
Friend
May 19, 2020
Kathy and members of S.F. Call of the Cuckoos Tent
I sat next to her on a plane in 1978 going to Chicago. She was wearing a button with Laurel and Hardy pictured. She told me about the chapter of Laurel & Hardy fans she started in S.F. We attended the Chicago convention of Laurel and Hardy fans from around the world. We met celebrities and family members of Laurel and Hardy. After we returned to S.F. Kathy and I would create theme banquets from Laurel and Hardy movies with props, menu's and programs. We started a newsletter. We attended other chapters of Laurel and Hardy fans. Always laughing. Kathy helped people around the Bay Area, and within the Sons of the Desert organization. To meet Kathy was to remember meeting the sweetest nicest person you could imagine. Dinners at her house with her mother "Munchkin", as we all called Pat were the best. I could go on and on. Knowing Kathy Luhman, having her as a friend is a highlight in my life. So many of us are going to miss her for all she brought to a friendship. A caring caring lady. We thank her for all she did for so many.
GARY COHEN
Friend
May 18, 2020
Sorry to hear of Kathys passing her parents and mine were friends I remember her fondly. When I was young she was very kind to me Colleen Castile
Colleen (Byrne)
Acquaintance
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