ROUSSIN Catherine Pearl Roussin, 83 of Marathon, Florida passed away on May 20th, 2013 at her home surrounded by her loving and devoted family. Catherine was born on November 24th, 1929 to the late Louis and Merilda Bombard of Burlington, Vermont. She is survived by her loving husband, Gerard Roussin of Marathon and her children, Michael Roussin and wife Arlene of Sieverville, TN, Donna Powell and husband Jerry of Jeffersonville, Vermont, Patricia Coyle and husband Ed of Cocoa Beach, FL, and Marathon's Spook Roussin and wife Sandy. Preceded in death by her son Randy Roussin of Charlotte, Vermont. She was the proud and adoring grandma to eight grandchildren, LT. CMDR. Shanna Powell Searcey, Thomas and Alex Roussin, Benjamin and Emilee Coyle, Heather Roussin, and Tyler and Sean Roussin. She was privileged to have been able to be on this earth to see three great-grandchildren become part of her circle of love, Gabriel Roussin, Parker (Hot-Dog) and Morgan Searcey. She was one of eleven children and has several surviving brothers and sisters. She also loved, her best buddy, Nena Gonzalez of Marathon. The two of them shared laughs, and secrets and could often be seen being the best and loudest cheerleaders for Marathon High School's baseball team. After moving to the Florida Keys in 1984, Catherine was very proud to have earned her certification in Early Childhood Care, and as a result, was an integral influence in the rearing and development of many of Marathon's children. After her retirement, she continued to love, nurture and be part of the development of her grandchildren's lives. Catherine was very involved in the support of Marathon High School's sports programs and was often seen at many of the school's games. One of her last precious moments was being able to attend (even if in a wheelchair), her graduating grandson Sean Roussin's, Senior Night, where she was presented roses in front of the sports fans she loved. Grandma will be missed by many, and many hearts will feel a void with her passing. She was an active member of the San Pablo Parish and her faith has rewarded her with the peace and love of her savior. Her months of pain an suffering have been relieved and she is now enjoying the love of those already passed and is playing ball with Rusty once again. Memorial Service will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday May 24th, at San Pablo Catholic Church in Marathon.