Wendy Wulff

Jun 6, 1944 - Nov 24, 2011


WULFF, Wendy
Born on June 6, 1944 and passed away peacefully on November 24, 2011, in Sacramento, California at the age of 67. Cherished wife of 29 years to Torrey Wulff of Sacramento. Beloved mother to Kelly Mulcahy Miller (Keith) of Rancho Murieta. Wendy was preceded in death by her son, Michael Mulcahy (3/11/10) of Folsom, and her parents, Weldon Lucot of Menlo Park and Juanita Burke of Reno. Wendy will be forever missed by her only grandchild Kyle Lutz of Rancho Murieta. Wendy is survived by nieces, Amy Barr (Pat) of Sacramento and Wendy Michaels (Rob) of Fresno, and her aunt, Barbara Zorich of Lincoln. Wendy was a Registered Nurse for many years after earning her nursing degree from Sacramento City College. Wendy also obtained her B.S. in Psychology and her Masters in Social Work from CSUS. Wendy further completed her course work for her Ph.D. in Psychology. Wendy was a private practice Licensed Clinical Social Worker for 22 years. Wendy headed the Women’s Cancer Support Group at Mercy San Juan for many years and was a Court Appointed Child Custody Mediator. Wendy loved helping others, working in her garden and caring for her many animals. Wendy competed in triathlons and marathons and in her teens, was an accomplished trick water skier. Wendy recently battled pneumonia and other complications during a 4 month hospital/skilled nursing stay. Shortly after returning home, Wendy suffered a pulmonary embolism and passed away 10 days later. Wendy will be greatly missed by all who knew her. A celebration of her life will be held on Wednesday, November 30, 2011, 2pm at East Lawn Cemetery, 4300 Folsom Blvd., Sacramento.

Funeral Home:
East Lawn Memorial Park
43rd Street & Folsom Boulevard
Sacramento, CA
US 95819


  • Laura & Jeff Keiser says:

    Kelly & Kyle, Jeff & I are very sorry for your loss. Your mom/grandmother was your gratest role model and you can be proud to have such an accomplished person to follow. She raised a great daughter, which also is passing it down another generation. We love you two, and may you receive the prayers we are sending your way.

  • Deana Dixon says:

    Prayers go out to the family

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