Cathy Loney



Cathy L. Lockhart Loney of Moscow, Idaho, passed away peacefully in her sleep on December 12th.


She was proceeded in death by her father, William H. Lockhart, Mother, Natalie Chayer Lockhart and sister Susie Lockhart. She will be missed so much by those who survived her; daughter Krysten (Ed) Applonie, granddaughters Kimberly, Jaimie and Jessica Applonie, great grandchildren Lillian Applonie and Maximus McDaniel. Sisters Kerry Lockhart, Christy (Randy) Hunt, Joanie (Mike) Bosworth and her Brothers Jay (Julie) Lockhart and Jim (Melody) Lockhart. Also survived by many nieces and nephews whom she loved dearly. Her family meant the world to her.

Cathy was born on February 18th, 1948 to William and Natalie Lockhart in Ogden, Utah. Their family moved to Wallace, Idaho, where she grew up and graduated from Wallace High School. She then moved to Moscow, Idaho to attend the University of Idaho (U of I) and met and married James M. Loney.  They had one daughter together,  Krysten (Loney) Applonie, and divorced years later, but remained friends. In 1970 Cathy started working at the U of I where she met many great friends and retired in 2003.

Cathy was in many clubs/organizations throughout high school and continued this throughout her life. She was still a member of UIRA, and the Road Runners, whom she enjoyed traveling with. She also enjoyed playing Bunko with good friends and was on a women’s bowling team which she loved and would compete nationally with. Cathy was an amazing woman who enjoyed traveling, living life to the fullest and always left everyone with a smile on their face. She was such a blessing to us all.

Funeral services will be held at Shorts Funeral Chapel, 1225 E. 6th St., Moscow, ID, on January 9th, at 11:00 am. Reception to follow at the 1912 Center, located at 412 3rd St, Moscow, ID. Until 2:30 pm.

7 Responses to Cathy Loney

  1. Suzanne Scripter says:

    Krysten and Families,

    So very sorry for the loss of your Mother. Fond memories of her and her camera on National bowling trips and
    providing us with our own CD! Will certainly miss hearing how she might have bowled in Louisiana this coming
    Spring — however, I believe how she bowled was minor in comparison to the travel and meeting other bowlers from
    around the U.S. Her smile will be missed by those bowling at Zeppoz, those of us who worked with her, and those
    of us who have moved away from Moscow but remember her.
    Sincere Sympathy to you all.

  2. Shanie Matthews says:

    Cathy will always be in my heart. She is a beautiful example of love and kindness. Sending love to you.

    All my love,

  3. Joann Leischner Carlson says:

    Childhood memories growing up in the Silver Valley. Loved her! My condolences to all of Cathy’s family members.

  4. Kathy Jo Zanetti Hinsz says:

    As a classmate and friend she will be missed by all of the class of 1966. i will not forget the last time I was with Cathy we had so much fun and will miss her smiling face! Prayers for all her family and friends!

  5. Colleen McNutt says:

    She was a kind woman, a sweet woman, a sincere woman, and an unlikely friend. I will miss her.

  6. Sheilagh Stein Chambers says:

    I am another classmate and old friend of Cathy’s. We are so grateful that we were able to see her this summer at our fiftieth reunion and the many others that she attended. She was still the smiling, friendly person she was in high school. We had fun! Cathy, you will be missed! Love and prayers to all of your family.

  7. Bettina Gilbert-Syren says:

    I have expressed a few times what Cathy – “Catarina” ~ “Cat” – meant to me. There are a few people in my life that I have held in high esteem – the main one was my Mother, who loved me unconditionally – “Cat” is now amongst those few that I hold dear in my heart! I send you my love, hugs and gratitude for you being in my life – you were quite a gal! You always embraced that the glass was always half full and never half empty, as well as “Having fun because I can”. Will miss you for our theatre and cinema times, travels. talks. and laughter. My loving thoughts and prayers to your daughter, Krysten and the rest of your family.

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