In loving memory of

Mary Cathaleen Ehler
June 3, 1965 - December 23, 2021

(Mary) Cathi Ehler died Thursday December 23, 2021 at her home in Kenmore, Washington after a long illness.

Cathi was a 1983 graduate of Huntington North High School in Huntington, Indiana and worked for many years in the Military & Medical electronics Research and Development Industry first in Fort Wayne, then in the Seattle, Washington area.
Cathi was born on June 3rd, 1965 to John and Patricia (Ring) Ehler (both deceased) at Huntington Memorial Hospital.

Cathi is survived by two Aunts Margie and Caroline Ehler, her three siblings, Charles Ehler, Jean Perea(Dirk), & Chris Ruster(John Price), nephews and nieces, Erik Adkins & Amber , Nick & Angelica Ehler, Alex & Christen Perea, Garrett & Kalynn Adkins, and Cassidy(Adkins) & James Dehaven, and great nephews and nieces.

And finally Cathi is survived by her faithful companion Willi May's Hays.

There will be no services per Cathi's request.

Preferred memorials may be given to your local animal shelter.


Deven Bryant wrote on Feb 5, 2022:

"I am saddened to hear about Cathi's passing. She was a friendly, skilled, and reliable team member. Beyond that she was a great person to be around. I will remember our frequent chats around her bowl of chocolates. My condolences to her family."

Tony Johnson wrote on Jan 10, 2022:

"My condolences to her family. The world is a little sadder place without our friend in it. Cathi was a terrific co-worker, easy to work with, always helpful, kind and supportive. It was great working with her; she will be missed"

Chuck Ryken wrote on Jan 6, 2022:

"I am so sorry for your loss. I worked closely with Cathi when I first moved to Seattle. She was a big part of making a new city and career feel welcoming. She always looked out for the people on her team and had a great sense of humor. She will be missed."

Myra Ma wrote on Jan 5, 2022:

"You have my deepest condolences as we remember the wonderful impact Cathi has made for our lives. I worked with Cathi in multiple projects and she always brought so much of herself to each project. Her passion and willingness to go above and beyond made her an exceptional team leader. But what makes her special is that she always volunteered to extend a helping hand even if it's not her responsibility - that speaks volume in how much she cares. I remember she would share stories about her love for animals and it was inspiring to hear how much love she showers her babies. She will be greatly missed. "

Kevin Doan wrote on Jan 4, 2022:

"I am so sorry for your loss. Cathi was such a nice person and was always willing to help support anywhere she can. She was a great friend and mentor and will be greatly missed."

Mervin L. Kitterman wrote on Jan 3, 2022:

"I am very sorry for your loss. Cathi was a great person and I very much enjoyed working with her. She was a very positive influence on me within the work place her passion and talents will be missed. "

Vince Ball wrote on Jan 3, 2022:

"I am so sorry to hear of your loss and this is a big loss to her work family as well. Cathi was such an important part of our design and engineering team. She was so dedicated to making every project she worked on a success and she brought so much experience to each project. Her willingness to actively share her experience and natural mentoring skills impacted a number of people directly helping them grow both personally and professionally. I will greatly miss her smile and the passion and love for engineering she demonstrated everyday. "