Condolence: When I married Kathy's late cousin, Hatch, or Billy as the family referred to him, I had a pretty good idea how many cousins-in-law I was acquiring.Having come from far away (NY), it took me a while to know who was who and who was the offspring of whom. What I figured out first was that Kathy and Laurene were Theo's and Fidel's daughters and like Hatch and his brothers, they lived in Rumford, not Livermore or Jay. Over the years whenever I attended a big family function, a Therrien wedding, funeral, or Christmas party, spotting Kathy always put me at ease right away. She was so soft spoken and kind and interesting. It was the greatest comfort to me that she became my mother-in-law's regular companion during Yvette's final years in Livermore.They had lunch dates and played cards and whenever I arrived to spend time with Yvette, I learned a little bit more about what a special person Kathy was. I'm sorry she's gone. She will be missed by so many, myself included.
Condolence: Oh, how I loved and admired Kathy! She loved all her family with her whole heart. It was always a joy to visit her family in "Sticky Town". She had a heart for others, and knew and practiced the philosophy that Kindness Counts, whether to friends and family or to strangers alike. A rare woman who practiced unconditional love in stride, a challenge for many of us.
Condolence: Bernie and I were saddened to hear of your loss. Kathy was a sweet, warm woman whose face would light up when she spoke of her family. Our deepest condolences to all of you. Heaven has gained an angel.
Linda and Bernie
(Friends of Laury and Roger)
Condolence: I am so sorry for your loss.she was a great person she use to come see my boys and I.every now and then I would stop by her place and visit her.she was a happy good lucky person.I have been thinking about her and how I could get in touch with her were its been so long.this isnt the way I wanted to find her.she is with her daughter in heaven now.not sure if it is the one that had the boy that past.kathy was to young to go.I pray she didnt suffer.I am sending prays to you all and thinking about you R.I.P Kathy this is still like wow I cant believe it
Condolence: So soft spoken, so very strong! I worked with Kathy for several years when she worked with children and their parents. She was a strong advocate for safe and nurtured children. She was kind, but always up front and honest, a woman with integrity who loved helping those in need.