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February 7, 2018
I admired and will remember Kathryn for so many reasonsnotably her kindness, sense of humor, incredible work ethic, keen organizational skills, and devotion to family and friends--and also for her commitment, dedication and passion for her work.

I worked with Kathryn for many years in my capacity as Publisher of the Journal of Hand Therapy and of the abstracts and other materials for the annual Philadelphia Hand Meeting, among other publications. My office was 4 blocks from the Philadelphia Hand Center so I visited often to meet with Evelyn Mackin, the founding editor-in-chief of the Journal.

Evelyn and Kathryn were a publisher's dream team. If Evelyn wasn't available, Kathyrn knew everyone and everything of importance and was empowered to make decisions and keep projects moving. Kathryn was a key player in all of the Hand Center's activitiespublications, meetings, conferences, and other events related to the work of the center--in addition to the main focus of providing the highest quality of patient care. She worked conscientiously and relentlessly to produce the very best outcome in everything she did.

Kathryn orchestrated these myriad responsibilities, priorities, and deadlines with knowledge, competence, authority and grace under pressureshe was simply unflappable!

I especially admire and will remember Kathryn for her ever-present smile and demeanorquiet, confident, intelligent, unassuming, and reassuring. I am blessed to have known this special, unique, caring person.

We all mourn her death and offer our deepest, heartfelt condolences, gratitude, and prayers to her family and friends.

Linda Belfus
February 6, 2018
Our deepest sympathy to all the children and family of Mitz. My family shared a half a double home in Burlington when I was young. Mitz use to babysit my brother and me. My father Bill Ghaul was a distant cousin to Dave Dugan. I would see your mom over the years. She was just always one of the sweetest people ever. My husband and I are friends with Bob Bulman so over the years we would hear all about your family. May you have wonderful memories that you will always keep you smiling. Prayers and love to you and your family. Nancy and Brian Edgar