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Cattell KateCATTELL, Catherine A. 'Kate' - Passed away on Thursday, February 23, 2017, age 88 years. 

Kate Cattell of Brighton, Toronto, London (UK), Campbeltown and New York, daughter of the late Donald and Catherine, O’May and wife of the late Leslie Bernard Cattell. 

Loving mother of Fraser, Christine and Roger Cattell. 

Greatly missed by her grandchildren, Kyra, Nolan, Colin, Remy, Reilly of whom she was so proud.

Kate lived a remarkable life through the austerity of the Depression and the violence of the Blitz; evacuated with her brother from London at the age of 11 to live with remote relatives in Scotland. She moved to Canada with her young family in 1959, and developed a tremendous love for her new home.

She was always known for her perennial  smile and her ability to see the silver lining and lighten anyone's load. Kate loved a good time and found pleasure in the simplest of moments. Her family and friends miss her unwavering devotion to others, and her warm and generous spirit. Kate left an indelible print on everyone she met. She will never be forgotten and she will always be cherished.

A Celebration of Catherine’s Life will be held at a later date by the waters of Lake Ontario. 

As an expression of sympathy, in lieu of flowers, donations to the Presqu’ile Point Lighthouse Preservation Society, or the Northumberland Community Care Brighton, would be appreciated by the family as Kate loved the town of Brighto.

NorthumberlandObituaries.com

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Cattell KateCATTELL, Catherine A. 'Kate' - Passed away on Thursday, February 23, 2017, age 88 years. 

Kate Cattell of Brighton, Toronto, London (UK), Campbeltown and New York, daughter of the late Donald and Catherine, O’May and wife of the late Leslie Bernard Cattell. 

Loving mother of Fraser, Christine and Roger Cattell. 

Greatly missed by her grandchildren, Kyra, Nolan, Colin, Remy, Reilly of whom she was so proud.

Kate lived a remarkable life through the austerity of the Depression and the violence of the Blitz; evacuated with her brother from London at the age of 11 to live with remote relatives in Scotland. She moved to Canada with her young family in 1959, and developed a tremendous love for her new home.

She was always known for her perennial  smile and her ability to see the silver lining and lighten anyone's load. Kate loved a good time and found pleasure in the simplest of moments. Her family and friends miss her unwavering devotion to others, and her warm and generous spirit. Kate left an indelible print on everyone she met. She will never be forgotten and she will always be cherished.

A Celebration of Catherine’s Life will be held at a later date by the waters of Lake Ontario. 

As an expression of sympathy, in lieu of flowers, donations to the Presqu’ile Point Lighthouse Preservation Society, or the Northumberland Community Care Brighton, would be appreciated by the family as Kate loved the town of Brighto.

NorthumberlandObituaries.com

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