Kathleen A. Los

kathleen los

October 27, 1950 ~ October 2, 2023

Born in: New Haven, CT
Resided in: Meriden, CT

Kathleen Los, 72, of Meriden, passed away on Monday, October 2, 2023, peacefully in her sleep. Born October 27, 1950, she lived most of her life in New Haven and Wallingford before moving to Meriden. Kathleen worked many years at W. I. Clark Company in Wallingford until her retirement. She was an avid reader and a devoted mother. She was actively involved in juvenile diabetes research. Kathleen surrounded herself with many friends who enjoyed her company. She also enjoyed many years with Aurora, her beloved cocker spaniel.

Kathleen leaves behind many nieces and nephews and others that affectionately called her “Aunt Kathy,” including her Goddaughter Sherri Eisengrein and her husband Harry Eisengrein. Special friends include Raymond Basley Jr., Anita and Michael Greco, and Joyce and Harold Cassel. Kathleen was predeceased by her daughter Amanda D. Los, her parents William A. Beimler and Marjorie Beimler, her brothers William Beimler and Robert Beimler, and her former husband Frank Los.

Per Kathleen’s wishes, there will be no calling hours. Service and interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to CT Hospice, Inc. Prayers would be appreciated.

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  1. We will miss you Aunt Kathy. Rest in peace and fly high with the angels. Give Amanda a hug for me. ❤️

  2. We will anyways hold you close to our hearts. So many good times and wonderful memories. You and Amanda were always with us for birthdays, holidays, and many of life’s journeys. May you rest in peace my dear friend.

    • We will miss you Aunt Kathy! I was blessed to have you as a godmother and as you always said “ your first daughter “ you were always there for every occasion whether good or bad! Rest in Peace Aunt Kathy!

  3. Kathy, you gave so much of yourself to the Separated and Divorce groups you facilitated. You helped to heal so many of us over the years! I know you are with your beautiful daughter and you are at peace! Love always, Joanne

  4. I’ll always remember that wonderful laugh and how much you and Ray enjoyed your trips together with the Shriners ❤️ It was a pleasure working with you at W.I.
    Clark. You will be sadly missed Kathy . Rest in peace From: A former co-worker Kathy

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