To Kathy's family.
Kathy and I went through St. Brendan's together. My wife went to St Joe' s with her. We also became reacquainted with her at OLPH in Oakland. We want to extend our deepest condolences to all of you. We will not be able to attend her services sine we are on our way to Maine to visit family.
Joe and Pat Farley
My dear sister Kathy was the first-born with 6 siblings. Kathy always had a beautiful smile and bright blue shining eyes. I will miss her greatly but am comforted that she is now out of that terrible pain.
Rest in peace in heaven Kathy.
Kathy is our oldest sister. When I was young, I was in awe of her. She was smart, strong and pretty... and remained that way through her whole life.
She cared about people and took pride in lending her melodic voice to her church's choir. She was devoted to her Catholic faith and held on tight to her deep rooted morals.
Kathy wasn't extravagant and lived simply, enjoying what God has given us, especially her beautiful garden. That was her passion and she spent many hours, tending to each and every plant. It gave her such pleasure to be able to relax and admire the fruits of her labor of love at the end of the day...
I will miss you, Kathy, but I take comfort in the fact that you are now free of your earthly woes and pains...
You are home now... reunited with our parents, relatives and friends, who are now in Heaven
Rest in peace, Kathy..
Dear Reenie and family members of Kathy:
I was very saddened to hear the news of Kathy’s passing.
We went to St Joseph’s HS together. And became reacquainted
Years later. Kathy was and is an angel. Always kind, caring
and loving. I never heard her speak an ill mannered word about
She is surely an angel in heaven. Her soul is with Jesus.
I know she is surrounded by beautiful flowers and singing in
RIP dear friend, Kathy
Reenie and members of Kathy's family,
I’m sure Christmas was difficult for you this year, but I know you also were able to obtain some joy in the fact that Kathy is now free of her suffering and with Jesus.
I will always remember Kathy sitting next to me in choir, always showing up despite her pain until that was no longer possible. She didn’t always have it easy, but kept a cheerful smile and a had a kind word for everyone. Her presence enriched and lives of many, and I feel privileged to have been one of them.
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