Kathy Jean Green


Died: January 4, 2009
Place: Parkwood Hospital

Marilyn Kram ( Wigley)
(Wednesday, January 7, 2009)

My condolences to the family and friends of this very special person. I will miss her very much. She was and will always be a great friend.

Karl Ketcheson
(Wednesday, January 7, 2009)

I would like to express my condolences to your family.Kathy was a good friend & a great person.

The Barrie AHEBBs
(Thursday, January 8, 2009)

In memory of Kathy Green

Our heartfelt condolences to Kathy’s extended family, including her many ‘sisters’. We appreciate the power of female friendship, and the subtle but profound strength of those bonds – please know that our prayers are with all of you at this time. It is our hope that you find some peace in those spiritual connections that will endure beyond Kathy’s passing.

All our love,

The Barrie AHEBBs
Christine Dennis, Sharon Doran, Heather Nesbitt, Rose Michitsch, Elaine Wisniewski

The Barrie AHEBBs (c/o Christine Dennis)
(Thursday, January 8, 2009)

The Barrie AHEBBs (c/o Christine Dennis) has made a donation to Canadian Cancer Society on behalf of Kathy Jean Green.

Anna & André de Koter
(Friday, January 9, 2009)

Bob, Beryl,
Ken and Raymonde,
Joanne and Jim,
Richard and Laurie,
Susan and Brian
& Family.

We wish to express our sincere condolences for your loss. Know that our thoughts are with you and your family at this difficult time, as they have been since the onset of Kathy’s illness.

Anna & André

Anna & André de Koter
(Friday, January 9, 2009)

Anna & André de Koter has made a donation to Parkwood Hospital - Palliative Care on behalf of Kathy Jean Green.

Shirley Thompson
(Friday, January 16, 2009)

My condolences on your loss. Kathy was a great person!

David R. Lewis
(Saturday, October 9, 2010)

We would like to express our condolences to the Family of the Late Cherry G Schott. My wife, Karry and I first met on December 4, which we now see as an even more of a special day. Cherry's Birthday. I have known the bubbly,humourous and kind heart Cherry for over 35 years. My wife Karry has known Cherry for about 28 years. Cherry made a very special effort to visit our home. As she gracfully exited the vehicle,walker aside her,and her determinateion to arrive in surprise, there she was. Happy and charming Cherry. As my sister Janice and I, along with Cherrys' help, conquering the first step only to find another. Cherry moved with that walker like it was somewhat absent.
My wife was nearing the end of her chemotherapy and Cherry came to visit with all her support. Cherry kept us all laughing so much, we had tears of happiness. We had visited Cherry shortly after she had broken her leg and was living at Chelsey Park.
We will always remember this Spunky lady. Cherry talked about getting a birthday wish from the Queen in the near future. Cherry is now in peaceful resting with Lady Diana. David & Karry Lewis