Kathleen Ann Prince (1943 - 2018)

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9/07/1943 – 3/04/2018

Born in Revere, MA to George McMullen and Loretta Sheehy McMullen.

Graduated Coral Gables Sr. High 1961

Kathleen, AKA McMullen, Everett, Knuckles, Prince, ""Aunt Kathy"" and most important ""Grandma"" lost her ten year battle with cancer, but she passed on with courage and dignity, her family at her side holding her hands.

Kathleen lived at various times in Miami, FL; Anaheim, CA; Pleasentville, NJ, Governors Island, NYC; Winnsboro, SC; and Palmetto Bay, FL. All who met her loved her, she endeared herself to all with her smile, a hug and her trademark – a joke or two. She will be remembered and missed by all, specially the ladies at the East Ridge Thrift Store and the produce folks at the Redlands Market Village who gave her love and comfort.

She was truly an entrepreneur, among her enterprises were Paradise Interior Decorating, Kathy's Home Cleaning Service, The Tower Bar at North Perry Airport, The Wedding Chapel at Cauley Square and was personal assistant to the retired department head of Miami Dade College School of Aviation.

She also served as a volunteer at the Fairchild Gardens plant nursery and for many years was active with the American Legion Post 133 Auxiliary.

She is survived by her husband Robert; sister Christine Coats, nieces Jennifer and Emily Coats, nephew Tim Coats; brother Michael McMullen; son Jay Everett, Grand Daughter Ashley Everett, Grand Son Christian Everett; son Michael Everett, daughter in law Ana Martinez Everett, Grand Daughter Sabrina Everett.

Per her wishes do not send flowers or cards, instead make a contribution in her name to the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, at dolphinscancerchallenge.com

A celebration of her life will be announced when plans are completed.

Happy Trails Kathleen


Published in the Miami Herald on Mar. 9, 2018