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August 20, 2018

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May 12, 2018
I just learned of your families loss Liz. Please give your mom a hug along with our condolences. So many nice memories of Henry Ford II concerts, band events and band boosters fun. So very sorry.
January 15, 2018
Catherine was a professional and did her job with humor, devotion and humility. She was a force when she needed to be. She had a sense of humor that was always present. She was an immediate friend. She will be missed by her Scouting brothers and sisters. The world is a little dimmer these days. She will be remembered by all of us who had the honor of meeting and working with her.
January 15, 2018
So very sorry for your lost. I worked with Cat at Kmart. She was an amazing co worker, always so friendly and helpful. I will always remember her beautiful contagious smile. She was a beautiful soul. God bless you all!
January 15, 2018
From the Northern Team of the MCC: Our deepest condolences are with you as you grieve. Cat had a spirit as strong as the "Spirit of Scouting" that will live on forever! Not sure where this poem came from, but I hope it fits: Do not stand by my grave and weep, I am not here, I do not sleep. I'm along the trails we hiked upon with jaunty step and silly song. I am the breeze that blows the leaves of early spring in rustling trees. When storm clouds clear from the morning sky and the sun appears, you'll know tis I. As you sit around the campfire's glow remember me, I'll be there, you know. In the thousand tiny sparks that fly like twinkling stars in the evening sky. And as the newest Scout you guide I'm standing here right by your side. For in this world and all its things there is nothing like what Scouting brings. Through Scouting I have learned and grown I found myself and I have known A sense that God in his great good has made the fields, the streams, and woods; And I'll live on in each boy you show the way of Scouts, and help him grow To love his God and fellow man and to always lend a helping hand. Do for him what you did for me let Scouting grow for all to see. So do not stand by my grave and weep, I live in you, and the Scout Law you keep.