Catherine J. Keating
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KEATING - Catherine J. , in her 92nd year, on February 25, 2007, of Point Lookout, NY. Beloved wife of the late John. Loving mother of John (Cathleen), Elizabeth, and Barbara. Cherished grandmother of Marisa, Kendra, Ethan, Jonathan, Cate, and the late Justin and great-grandmother of Ryan. Devoted sister of Elizabeth, and the late Francis and Daniel. Catherine was an active member of the Legion of Mary at St. Frances de Chantal RC Church in Wantagh and a Third order of the Sisters of St. Dominic O.P. Reposing today at Charles J. O'Shea Funeral Home 603 Wantagh Avenue (Exit 28N S.S. Pkwy) Wantagh, NY. Funeral Mass Thursday 10:30AM at Our Lady of the Miracolous Medal R.C. Church, Point Lookout, NY. Interment St. Charles Cemetery, Farmingdale, NY. Family will receive friends Tuesday and Wednesday 2-5:00PM and 7-9:00PM.

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Published in Newsday on Feb. 27, 2007.
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March 6, 2007
Dear Jack and Betty Ann,
Myra just told me about Aunt Cay's passing. Please accept my condolence. She lived a long and wonderful life. I'll always remember her at Mom and Father Charles' funerals - what a trooper showing up at her age. It's sad when they leave us but take comfort in knowing she is at peace, sitting in the sun with your Dad and the rest of our departed family.I'm sorry I didn't know as I would like to have gone to the wake.
Love to you my cousins,
Susan Swiger
Susan Swiger
February 27, 2007
Your mother was a lovely, caring women who I knew over 30 years ago. We were in the Legion of Mary together. My prayers are with you but she is heaven with your Dad.
Eileen Frank
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