Peacefully on Wednesday August 1, 2012 at Leisure World Nursing Home, in Mississauga, with her daughter Doreen at her side. Predeceased by her husband John, (Oct 1, 2000) , as well as her sister Isabel, brother Jock and Archie. A special thank you to the staff at Leisure World Mississauga, for their loving care, thank you. Cremation has taken place, a celebration of Catherine’s life will be held on Saturday August 4, 2012 at 1 p.m, at St. Johns Dixie Church, 737 Dundas St. E, (Dundas & Cawthra) in Mississauga.

11 replies
  1. Donna Rychel & Yvonne Cox
    Donna Rychel & Yvonne Cox says:

    Dear Doreen,
    We are truly sorry for your loss. We were given the opportunity to get to know your mom & she was treasured. We will miss her & your visits…..
    Our hearts & prayers are with you at this time.
    Donna Rychel & Yvonne Cox

  2. Marci Reid
    Marci Reid says:

    We are deeply saddened by your mother’s death. We send our condolences to you and your family. We will be thinking of you all tomorrow xoxo
    Marci, Dave and Aidan

  3. Linda Horton
    Linda Horton says:

    Doreen, I am so sorry for your loss.
    I have wonderful memories of my godmother, Auntie Kay. I have been thinking about all our summer holidays at the cabin when we were young, and how our parents loved to play cards.
    Our Mums went swimming and our Dads went fishing.
    You were a terrific and loving daughter to your parents. They were lucky to have you.

  4. Bevereley May
    Bevereley May says:

    Dear Doreen
    May you continue to feel the peace and happiness you have shared with your Mother over many years. I too have very fond thoughts of dinners and cottage holidays and walks and games with your welcoming family. Many Happy Memories

    Blessings and love to you

  5. Sharon Paterson
    Sharon Paterson says:

    Growing up “Aunt” Kay was a daily part of my young life. As my mother’s best friend, we would have many lunches together. She would bring me my “money” (coupons she did not want, which were delivered daily) I would stuff them in my purple purse. During the summers, I would look forward to Tuesdays so I could go and “help” her with her laundry when they lived on Concession Street in Hamilton. She gave me my first cup of tea and Lipton’s Chicken noodle soup. Sometimes I would get to”stay over” if she had “too much” laundry. Later when she and Uncle John bought their cottage at Perry Sound, my family would go each summer. Later, when as a young adult, I would go to the cottage and we’d pick wild blueberries for pies. I could always talk to her, she was a wonderful “ear” and I loved her dearly. Doreen, you were a wonderful daughter and she knew how lucky she was to have you and your wonderful care of her in her later years. You are in my thoughts.

  6. Linda LeBeau
    Linda LeBeau says:

    Dear Doreen,
    I will always remember Aunt Kay with love. She had a wonderful sense of humour. She was my mom’s best friend and they shared lots of happy times together.

  7. Josh Farro
    Josh Farro says:

    I am so sorry to hear about Gramma Boyce! I have lots of great memories of Gramma! I will miss her as much as I miss Grampa Boyce!

  8. Shirley Johnson
    Shirley Johnson says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. We have some very good memories of her and your Dad. Hold those memories close

  9. Lana and Pauline
    Lana and Pauline says:

    say not in grief she is no more but live in thankfulness that she was.
    1 Peter 5 :7
    give all your worries and cares to God ,for he cares for you

    we love you Doreen

    Lana and Pauline

  10. Carol Bradley
    Carol Bradley says:

    It is with a sad heavy heart that I say goodbye to my Aunt Kay. I will always remember her and hold her close in my heart and prayers.


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