Catherine Anne (Fuce)-Shidler-Obituary

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Catherine Anne (Fuce) Shidler

Salem, Massachusetts

Feb 20, 1943 – Jan 1, 2020 (Age 76)


February 20, 1943
January 1, 2020
Salem, Massachusetts


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The O'Donnell Funeral Home Obituary

SALEM – Mrs. Catherine Anne (Fuce) Shidler 76, of Salem, passed away peacefully January 3, 2020 at Salem hospital surrounded by her loving family following a brief illness. Born in South Boston, she was the daughter of the late Leo Francis and Katherine (Dillon) Fuce. She was raised...

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Cathy was a true Southie girl! Tough,sweet, fiercely loyaly, with a heart of gold. But Lord help you if she ever thought you were a threat to her children! You did not want to "get her Southie up" I miss the days of sitting on the stoop, watching our kids ride big wheels down the street. Love you Cat

Hoping comfort can be drawn from knowing that your family are in the thoughts and prayers of many during this difficult time.

we were saddened to hear of Cathy's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Our families spent many years together living on 3rd street in south boston enjoying summer nights sitting on the front stairs.

I think of sitting on the steps of 3rd St. talking to Cathy and Nana Fuce on a summer's afternoon watching the kids play. It is a fond memory repeated many times over. The conversations never got old, always something to laugh about. Coley Greene would pop by and put in his 2 cents worth and that would start another round of laughter. That is how I picture Cathy and that is how I will always remember her.
Sending warm thoughts your way.
Priscilla Murphy
Mary and Paul Murphy's...

My condolences to Catherine's family. I could not have done my job without Catherine's support and assistance. Her professionalism, competence, loyalty and kindness meant so much to me.
Judge Moreschi

Greetings, I'm so sorry to hear of the loss of your dear loved one, my former coworker, Cathy! She was a sweetheart and always so pleasant. On behalf of my self and co workers at the DIA we want to extend our sincere condolences to you and your family. I pray the Lord gives you peace in this very difficult time and that you are able to take comfort in the precious memories you have of her. Praying for you all. Blessings