Condolence: My apologies for the delay, I just discovered this page and found out that KC had passed and joined Kerry. My deepest condolences to Tom and Tom Junior-- we were across-the-street neighbours in Pennington in the 1980s.
Condolence: We were so surprised to receive the call that Kathy had passed away. My first thought went to her husband, Tom, and their son, Tom Jr. My thoughts and prayers go out to them. Tom and Kathy were always a couple to aspire too. They had it all going in every direction: artistic, beautiful, fun, lively, thoughtful, special, glamorous, charming, smart, interesting... I will miss her very much because at any family gathering, it was always so much fun to hang out with Kathy and Tom. Upon entering a room that Kathy was in, you could hear her laughter. This is a tragic loss. I hope Kathy is at peace and with her daughter, Kerry, in heaven. Aunt Betty will show you around up there. Colleen
Condolence: KC was one of the most dynamic and kindest people with whom I have ever worked. She was loved by her work colleagues. My heart hurts for Tom and all of her family. Her smile and laughter are alive in my memories. May she be at peace, and may all who grieve find peace in their sweet memories of KC. Her spirit was grand!
Condolence: K.C.was the most special woman. She was an incredibly creative, cheerful, outgoing, inclusive, loving, caring, intelligent, inspiring person. I feel lucky to have been one of her many friends and must say this comes as a shock. She was so peppy on our last dinner together and looked wonderful. Gosh we will miss her terribly. God bless you, K.C. Tom, may the Lord bring you peace and keep you in his care. All of our love to you.