Catherine was diagnosed with a malignant oligodendroglioma in March of 2011. Part of her tumor was inoperable, so she was left with permanent brain damage and survived for 7 years in a nursing home. She always kept her sense of humor, up until a few days prior to her passing. She was able to attend her 30 year high school reunion, where she had a really great time. We also used to take her to see musical theater and she also attended a couple of rock shows that I played. She leaves behind a son, her oldest son preceded here in death in 2016. She made us laugh, she made us cry. We will always remember our dear Cathie.