KATHRYN ULRICH Kathryn (Katy) Elaine Ulrich age 89 of Boulder City, Nevada, passed away peacefully surrounded by family on the evening of December 5th 2020 after a long battle with complications from a stroke suffered in March of 2018. Katy was born October 24th, 1931 in May-wood, California. She spent her early years in Southern California where she married and raised her family. She began a successful career in education and enjoyed boating and camping with her family. Katy was an accomplished educational coordinator, water skier, golfer and artist. The family moved to Portland, Oregon in 1973. Katy continued to work in education and became the snow ski instructor on Mount Hood for the Clackamas County School District. She taught her six children the game of golf and she developed a lasting passion in the game. Katy was very artistic an developed an expertise in creating very detailed stained-glass designs in her projects that few are capable of. Her works are cherished. Katy met Chuck Ulrich and they were married in 1998 on Valentine Day. They resided and retired in San Pedro, California and were very active in the Cabrillo Beach Yacht Club until their eventual move to Boulder City. Nevada. Katy was a longtime member of the Boulder City Women's Golf Club where she had many friends that remained near and dear to her heart. She accomplished a "Hole-in-One" at Polson Bay Golf Course Montana in June of 2012 where they summered. She Loved & was loved by all she met, she was always active and athletic. Katy was loving, kind and generous. Words of wisdom, encouragement and comfort were always there for all who needed them. Kathryn is survived by her husband Chuck Ulrich, her twin sister Kathleen Stephens, Chuck's two daughter's Jody Brown Washougal, WA, Sheri Ulrich Newberg, OR, and her six children Wayne Murray Murrieta CA, Richard Murray Boise ID, Gayle Hazen Fairbanks AK, Bill Murray North San Juan CA, Dave Murry Vancouver WA, Ruth Kociemba Estacada, OR and 21 grandchildren and 18 Greatgrandchildren A Celebration of Life will be held in Boulder City for family and friends when the covid-19 virus restrictions are relaxed.
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Published by Boulder City Review on Feb. 11, 2021.