Kathleen A. Pierson

December 12, 1945 - December 19, 2018


Age 73, of Castile, NY passed away on December 19, 2018 at the Wyoming County Community Hospital in Warsaw.

She was born December 12, 1945 in Warsaw, NY daughter of the late Robert and Eloise Besse Vosburg. Kathy was employed by the former Archway Company in Perry for several years. In earlier years, she worked for the former Robeson Cutlery Company and the former Mallory Timers Company. She was a graduate of Perry Central School Class of 1965. Kathy was an avid gardener and loved animals.

Surviving are her husband of fifty-three years, Robert Pierson; her daughter, Sherene (Don) Bellaire of Warsaw; her siblings, Avis (Phil) Cox of Hunt, David (Ruth Ann) Vosburg of Pearland, Tex., Darlene Vosburg of Nunda, Jerry (Gail) Vosburg of Hermitage, Deborah (Bill) Mammosser of Canaseraga, Thomas (Diane) Vosburg of Tennessee; several nieces and nephews.

There are no calling hours. Services are private. Memorials may be made to the Castile Rescue Squad & Fire Department, PO Box 338, Castile, NY 14427. Arrangements are being completed by Harmon-Watson Funeral Home, Castile.

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Jul 16.19 from Mike and Jean Sullivan:

Bob and Sherene:
Our deepest sympathy to you, nothing prepares us for the sudden loss of our loved ones.  You are in our thoughts and prayers as always, and a phone call away.  Kathy was a very special person to me, always more like a special friend and better than a sister.  We had many wonderful times over the years from spending time at each other’s houses when we were kids to being neighbors for several years.  I will never forget the good times out for dinner and dancing with you guys, Octoberfest and just being close.  We all have our memories of her and the love we had for her to keep her close in our hearts forever.

Jul 16.19 from Penny Fries:

Dear Bob & Sherene,
The girls and I were so sad to hear about Kathy’s passing. She was special to us. I’ve missed spending time with you guys so much since I moved. You were Tom’s and my social life for many years and I loved every minute of playing cards and also Aggravation on the beautiful board Bob made. I miss watching Mad Maxx - haha, Bob - no I don’t!! But I’m so glad to have been introduced to Monte Python at your place! You guys were so much fun to hang out with, I will remember those days as some of the very best times of my life. I loved you so much and I still do. Please take care.