Kathy King (Cramer) Higham was born on November 10, 1953, in Redwood City, California, and passed away on November 23, 2022, at the age of 69. She was the older sister of three brothers, Richard, David and Christopher Cramer. In 1971 she moved to Hawaii to attend UH Manoa, graduating in May 1975 with a BS degree in Political Science. She met her husband, John, while attending the UH in early 1973, and they were married on May 16, 1975, just after she graduated. After finishing her master’s degree in Political Science, she went to work for Lieutenant Governor Jean King as a speech writer until she decided to go to the UH Law school which she graduated from in May of 1984. She started her legal career at Rush Moore and made partner in January 1991, shortly after the birth of her first child, John Gregory, "Greg". After 10 years, she left Rush Moore in March 1994, after the birth of her second child, Amy Elizabeth, to start her own law practice which she ran for nearly 6 years. Kathy closed down her practice in May 1999, and started work at Kessner Duca Umebayashi Bain & Matsunaga. She worked there for 11 years and then spent 4 years working at Dwyer Schraff and Myer. In March 2015, she became a Deputy Attorney General and 6 years later retired from the Attorney General’s office in September 2021.
Please join us for a Celebration of Kathy’s Life on Sunday,
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