As I write this note, It’s hard to believe
That she is gone. Kathy was always so
full of life. Her smile is what I miss the most.
She always had a good thing to say about
Everyone she met. Even her local Walgreens store, folks who knew and
helped her retrieve a product she just couldn’t reach, knew her as “Miss Kathy”.
She would always listen to your story,
And was genuinely interested in what
you had to say. She had a life that was
full, but filled with tragedy. First, she
lost the use of her right leg in an
accident that took 33 surgeries to
correct. She never complained once
about the crutches she used to get
around with or living with the crest
syndrome that made it impossible
to grasp certain objects. Finally the
death of our only daughter, Stephanie,
was a shock to the both of us.
I hope she’s at peace, and reunited with
family and friends, who proceeded her.
It is going to take me a long time to
realize that she is not here anymore.
For me, I will continue to love her for the
rest of my life. Rest in peace Kathy, and
until we meet again,
Love +/- Peter