Kathleen-Cardamone-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Whitemarsh Memorial Park

Kathleen V Cardamone

Chalfont, Pennsylvania

Jun 26, 1945 – Nov 8, 2017

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I was looking up Fran's email to check in with her about a professional question only to learn of her passing. I am very sorry to learn of this loss, to her family, her friends, and the countless lives Fran touched. What an exuberant and gracious spirit. She will be very missed but her enthusiasm for life carries on.

I was so sorry to learn of Fran's passing. She was a beautiful person who always greeted you with a smile and a kind word. While working with the NPSD I came in contact with her several times and she always greeted me as if I were a close friend. We would always seem to run into each other at Bed, Bath & Beyond while shopping for our kids. She will be missed by many. My sincerest condolences to her family. I know she loved them very much.

I am so sorry to learn of Fran's passing. I will miss her warm smile, sharp mind, and our conversations about her family - all of whom meant the world to her. She will be very missed at Gwynedd Mercy University where she served as a devoted and popular faculty member to her students and colleagues. Rest In Peace, Fran.

Fran was a caring and loyal friend. We extend our deepest condolences. You are in our prayers.

Fran was a wonderful person. We graduated from St. Hubert High School where she was an outstanding basketball player. Later in life we met again when she worked for the Archdiocese and Director of Secondary Personnel. She knew every teacher and always had a kind word for them. She was always supportive. When St. Hubert High School celebrated its 45th anniversary, I had been asked to carry the class flag. I was unable to do it since I had had bilateral knee surgery. I asked Fran to take...

I was so sorry to hear of Fran's sudden passing and want to express my most sincere sympathies to all those that love her. Fran was such a sweet, caring and fun lady. It was a pleasure working with her at NPSD, her smile could light up the room. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this very difficult time. God Bless you

When I looked at the list of options to select that identified the relationship one had with Fran, I thought that each category could be applied to her but I chose friend. Fran and I spent many years working together in the Office of Catholic Education. Fran loved her family and her life and she shared that with everyone. She enriched my life simply by knowing her. She was tireless in everything she did. Her good friend Tom Rooney passed in July and I know she missed him. Today I know they...

I was fortunate to see Fran on October 28 at the GMU professional development retreat. As usual she was smiling and talked about her family, especially her grandchildren. I am grateful to have known Fran when I worked at NPSD and then again at GMU. She was always professional, caring, and truly a kind person. She will be missed and the world is a better place because of Fran. Rest in Peace.

Fran was a gracious wonderful person who was loved by everyone she touched. We will miss her. My prayers for the family.

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Burial arrangements under the direction of Whitemarsh Memorial Park.

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