Remembering Catherine Kuhl
From: David Golem
I remember Cathy from sometime around my age 5 when we attended a family event at the Batterman farm. I remember thinking then that she was the most beautiful young lady I had ever seen. She was probably about 12 at the time. Perhaps a year ago I last spoke with Cathy because I was continuing to research our family history and had to ask her which farm was the Batterman homestead. There was an outside entrance to the cellar which had a sloped barn-board double door, which I remember sliding down as a child. That same day Mother and brother Keith and I walked to the St. Peters Cemetery to visit the grave of my Great Grandmother, Eva Batterman nee Schlotzhauer who was Cathy's Step-Grand Mother, first wife of Henirich (perhaps Heinrich) Batterman (1852-1928). I extend my condolences to all the family who knew and loved Cathy.
From: Linda Davis
Andrew and family: I was saddened to read about your mother's passing. Cathy and I had corresponded in the last number of years because of my mom, her Aunt Emily Baker, Newfoundland. I always enjoyed Cathy's cards and notes and the updates; I will miss them. Please accept my condolences. Linda (Baker) Davis
From: Mary Carol and Bob Parsons
Dear Dr Andrew, Siobhan, and Anneliese, We are saddened to hear of your Mother's passing. She was a kind and humble lady who I have known over the years by way of my Mother, Mary Golem(Donovan). My Mom kept frequent contact with your Mom as they were step cousins.
My Mom's mother was Emma Batterman(my grandmother). Emma was an older step sister to your Grandfather Hardy Batterman. I was told she was a caregiver to those children from our Great Grandfather Henry Batterman who had 3 wives, and hence 3 families. My Mom was family #2 and your Mom was family #3. You may already be aware of this interesting history which I have finally figured out myself. You already know what a wonderful Mother she was. She was a special lady to many and will be missed.
Sending you and your family a Big Hug, Mary Carol Parsons
From: Carol and Tony Clark
Our deepest sympathy and a shared confidence that you will meet again in our Lord's presence.
From: Dave and Paula Sherman
We are thinking of you and your family at this time. So sorry for your loss. Cathy was a wonderful lady.
From: Robert and Linda Kuhl
Dear Andrew, Siobhan and Annaliese, Sorry for your loss. Aunt Cathy was always a favorite and she will be missed.
From: Henk & Harriet Boon
I'll miss the kindly Cathy bustling about as we work together for a successful Desboro Fair. it has been a privilege to have been in her good company.
From: Jim and Helen Cook
Andrew and family: Our sympathy to you and your family on the loss of your dear mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you at this difficult time. You will find peace and comfort in the many treasured memories that your mother has left you. May God bless you.
Andrew and family: Our sympathy to you on the loss of your mother. This will be a huge void in your life, but that will be replaced with all the treasured memories that she has left with you. May God bless each of you in these difficult days ahead.
From: Mavis Winch
Cathy was a devoted member of our Faith Ladies Guild and will be missed by all of us. Deepest sympathy to you at this most difficult time.
From: Geoff Kuhl, Yvonne Lanteigne, Noah and Philip
Great Aunt Cathy will be thoroughly missed. A smiling face, active in so many aspects of the community. Deepest condolences to Andrew and family.
From: Jeff & Lenore Sherman
Our deepest sympathy on the passing of your Mom. She was a wonderful lady and will be truly missed by many
From: Steve and Connie Kuhl
Andrew and family. Please accept our sincerest condolences on the passing of your mother Kathy. You are in our prayers at this sorrowful time. Cherish the memories for they are with always. Steve and Connie
From: Ruth & Harold Stephen
Cathy was a great neighbour and Friend of the Family , thinking of you at this time
From: Lois Gamble
Aunt Cathy was simply always there - at every community and church event, in Desboro and the larger community. She was a tireless volunteer, and such a enthusiastic participant - I always enjoyed seeing her take part in the Desboro Agricultural Society variety programs. We have so many fond memories of this amazing and talented Aunt - she will be remembered and missed. Thoughts and prayers are with you Andrew, Siobhan and Anneliese.
From: Murray and Shannon McNabb and family
Dear Andrew and Siobhan. Cathy was a wonderful and caring lady. We were so fortunate to have Aunt Cathy as a neighbour for so many years. Dawson, Colleen and Garrett looked forward to Halloween each year and especially stopping to visit Aunt Cathy's. Every year she would meet them at the door dressed in costume and always took a picture of them that would come in her Christmas card. The Desboro community has lost a very special lady, and especially all her friend's on the 10th of Sullivan. A wonderful lady we were blessed to call Aunt Cathy.
From: Jean Grant (Crowe) & Sam Crowe
We are sorry for your loss. Very glad that we got to see you and aunt Cathy on Thursday.
From: Desboro Agricultural Society
Cathy, you will greatly missed by all of us. You were a dedicated director of our society, always willing to lend a hand or to lead a committee. Our deepest sympathy to Andrew, Siobhan and Anneliese on their loss of Mom and Grandma
From: Joan Whitney
Sorry for your loss..Cathy was one of the salesbarn girls with my mom Grace Ruhl and they remained great friends since that time...may you find comfort in the memories you have of her..she was a proud grandma...Joan Whitney and Grace Ruhl
From: Harold and Ruth Klages
Cathy was a very special lady in many ways. Sincere sympathy and caring hugs from Harold and Ruth Klages.
From: Paul and Rose Bye
Wishing you peace and comfort at this difficult time.
From: John, Janice and Erica
Andrew, Siobhan and little Anneliese. There are no words to express the loss you are feeling. Aunt Cathy was an outstanding Godmother to me, special memories of her will be in my heart until we meet again. She touched the life of many! Please know you continue to be in our thoughts and prayers today and always! John, Janice and Erica
From: Jeannette Cannon
The first time I met you I knew it would a long friendship and we had a lot of laughs along the way. I will miss you cathy with a C. the boss..
From: Bill & Elise Sachs
Out thoughts, hearts, and prayers are with you and and all who loved and cherished your mom....she was a great lady and will always be remembered with that lovely smile of hers.
From: George and Norma Klages
We are thinking of you and your family at this time.