Kathleen Clyde Mulcock

1958 ~ 2021


June 11, 2021
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Larkin Sunset Lawn 2350 East 1300 South Salt Lake City, Utah 84108
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    June 12, 2021
    12:00 PM
    2615 E. Stringham Ave. SLC, Utah 84109
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  • Our beloved wife, mother, daughter, grandma, sister and friend Kathleen Clyde Mulcock returned to her loving Father in Heaven on June 5, 2021 surrounded by her family. Kathy was born in Heber City, Utah on April 8, 1958 to John and Ann Clyde. She grew up in a military family and traveled extensively in her younger years with her parents and three sisters. She attended Brigham Young University where she developed a love for
    history and English and established many friendships. In 1979 she met the love of her life and lifelong companion, Tom Mulcock. After a 10-day courtship they knew it would be forever. They were engaged and later sealed in the Salt Lake Temple on July 19, 1980. Together they were blessed with five children who were the joy of Kathy’s life. Kathy was the ultimate mom and second mom to so many. There were countless nights spent around the dinner table talking, laughing, and sharing stories and advice. Her home was always a place where everyone felt welcome and loved. Over the years the family enjoyed many adventures. Her favorite being summers in Lake Powell and winters snowmobiling and skiing along with time at the family cabin. Kathy loved to read, loved musicals and the theater, took pride in working in her garden, and cherished her trips to the
    Middle East, Africa and Peru with Tom. Kathy was a dedicated member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. She had a deep love for her Savior Jesus Christ and her testimony of His love was evident in the way she lived her life. Kathy was the epitome of charity and love for all. She served in many capacities, Relief Society President, Primary President, Stake Relief Society Presidency and most recently, serving in the nursery. She treasured her time serving with the women of the Parleys 3rd Ward and stake. In her later years she was blessed with 15 grandchildren who were the light of her life. Her role as “nana and grandma kitkat” was something she cherished deeply. Kathy was the perfect mother and wife for our family. She will be greatly missed. We love you forever Kit Kat.

    Kathy is survived by her loving husband, Tom Mulcock; children and grandchildren, Adam Mulcock (Mason, Olivia, Harper), Taylor (Regan) Mulcock (Colton, Asher, Everette, Ryan), Erin (Adam) Watts (Liam, Noah, Henry, Wyatt), Matt (Masha) Mulcock (Amelia, Emmett), Ali (Jordan) Anderson (Eddie, Charlotte); sisters, Julie (Todd) Bangerter and Jodi (Robert) Call; and mother Ann Thacker Clyde. Kathy is preceded in death by her father John Ross Clyde and sister Kristen Michelle Clyde. Thank you to our many dear friends and neighbors for all of the love and support these past few years.

    Kathy’s family would also like to thank the many doctors, nurses and medical staff who helped with her care. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the Huntsman Cancer Foundation  https://hope.huntsmancancer.org/diy/kathleenmulcock

    Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, June 12 at the Parleys 3 rd Ward (2615 E. Stringham Ave.) at 12:00pm. There will be a viewing the night before from 6:00 – 8:00pm at Larkin Sunset Lawn (2350 E. 1300 S.) There will also be a viewing from 10:30-11:30am prior to funeral services. Interment will be held at Heber City Cemetery.


    We are so very very sorry to hear of the passing of your sweet wife mother grandmother and friend to all. What a shining example of everything that is good and kind our thoughts and prayers for Tom and your entire family. Many special memories living in the parleys 3rd Ward. Love you and wish Kathy’s heavenly hugs for all. Sincerely Clark and Becky Nielsen.

    - Becky Nielsen
    Tom, We are so sad about Kathy’s passing and have you in our thoughts and prayers. That includes our children, living from one coast to another who have texted us with their feelings of how they loved your family. Love to you and your whole family at this time.

    - Jim and Connie Cannon
    Tom, Words cannot express our sorrow for your loss of sweet Kathy. She was a virtuous woman in every sense of the word. She was one of the first to welcome us into the Parley’s 3rd Ward and blessed Kathryn’s life immeasurably by calling her as a counselor while she served as Ward Primary President. We mourn with you but rejoice in the sure knowledge of your eventual glorious reunion with her that the Atonement provides.

    - Michael & Kathryn Hayes
    It has been several years since I have seen or had contact with Kathy. Her mother Ann is my first cousin. I always remember in our younger years how beautiful Kathy was and how very sweet she was to her sister Krissy. It was fun to see them at the Van Wagoner reunions once in a while. Please know of my sincere sympathy in the loss of your wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and daughter. May your family be blessed with comfort, peace, faith, understanding, and most of all love as the weeks and months go by. Martha V.W. Remund

    - Martha Remund
    Tom, I can't begin to tell you how so sorry I am for the passing of your loved one.

    - Randy Bradshaw & George Limberakis
    We send our love, thoughts and prayers to Tom and the Mulcock family. How we loved Kathleen! She was so in tune to others. One day after a car accident, somehow she found out. As I arrived home, just minutes later, Kathleen came to my front door. She threw her arms around me, said she had heard that I had had a car accident and wanted to console me. She said she understood how scary this must have been, as she had had one herself recently. Her tender love, caring hugs and concern touched my heart deeply. How special she was to all who knew her! Love you, Kathleen. Know you are in our hearts and memories forever.

    - Carla Rae Cook Jorgensen
    Our deepest of sympathies to all the family. Thank goodness we know about the Plan of Salvation and what we need to do to be together forever. May your memories be sweet and ever lasting. Such a charming, pretty, and humble woman. Love Joe and Susan Bradshaw & family

    - Joseph & Susan Bradshaw
    Tom, we want you to know how sorry we are to hear of Kathy’s passing. We send our love to you and your beautiful family and hope you will feel some peace knowing Kathy is now free of any pain. With love, Bob and Lisa Michels

    - Bob & Lisa Michels