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1. Kathy Cunningham, Twitter tribute – Death
“LRI mourns the loss of our fearless disability rights warrior, Kathy Cunningham. Kathy will be remembered for her fierce advocacy in support of freeing disabled people from deadly nursing institutions. She will be missed and loved.” Source
2. Kathleen Emiko Cunningham Obituary, of Osaka Japan– Death
On July 29, 2020, Kathleen Emiko Cunningham (née Toyama) passed away while she was accompanied by her family. She had a peaceful passing. She had reached the age of 66. In the year 1954, Kathy Toyama was brought into the world by her parents David and Jean Toyama in Osaka, Japan. Because her father served in the United States Army, she was born in Japan and raised in both South Carolina and Georgia before moving to Eugene with the rest of her family. After receiving her diploma from South Eugene High School in 1972, Kathy went on to begin working at Kauffman’s in the store’s credit department. There, she had her first encounter with the man who would become the love of her life, Timothy Cunningham.
They tied the knot in 1975 and went on to have identical twin daughters named Trisha and Jennifer. Nearly four decades of Kathy’s professional life were spent serving the Springfield Courts, the majority of which were spent in the role of Court Supervisor. Kathy was quite involved in the taiko drumming scene in the Japanese American community in Eugene, where she lived. She began her taiko journey as a member of Eugene Taiko and later found fulfillment in passing on her knowledge as a member of Waka Daiko to the following generation. She enjoyed quilting, knitting, and sewing, and she especially enjoyed working with the Shoyu Sisters to show and sell their works at the Asian Celebration. Read more
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