In Memory of


Catherine “Kay” Abbott

Visitation


Service

Family Invitational Memorial Service on Wednesday September 16, 2020.

Abbott: Catherine “Kay” Mary,
Peacefully at Southlake Residential Care Village Newmarket, on Saturday September 5, 2020. Kay Abbott (nee: Laidlaw) in her 92nd year, beloved wife of the late John Abbott. Loving mother of Bill (Kathy), Janice (John Grandy), Nancy McKinnon (Brent), Shirley Fuligni (Dan), and the late Catherine. Remembered with love by her 8 grandchildren Brian, Lisa, Mark, Michelle, Mackenzie, Taylor, Riley and Noah and 1 great grandson Jayden. Predeceased by her brothers Frank, Jack, and George. Forever in the hearts of her extended family and friends.
Cremation will be held. Due to pandemic protocols with restrictions on gathering size, a private Family Invitational Memorial Service will be held at Rod Abrams Funeral Home 1666 Tottenham Rd., Tottenham 905-936-3477 on Wednesday September 16, 2020. (All visitors must wear a face mask, and should only attend if they do not have a fever or cough). Followed by interment in Fraser Presbyterian Cemetery.

Please click here to view a recording of the funeral service.

In memory of Kay, donations to Fraser Presbyterian Church (70 Queen St. S, Tottenham L0G 1W0) would be appreciated by the family. www.RodAbramsFuneralHome.com

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Memorial Tribute

“Catherine “Kay” Abbott”
  1. Nicole & Kevin McKinnon wrote:

    To the Abbott Family

    Our sincere condolences for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Take comfort in knowing that your mother will live on in your memories and in your heart.

    Peace and comforting thoughts are sent your way.

    Sincerely,

    Nicole and Kevin McKinnon & Family
    Xo

  2. Lynda Murphy wrote:

    So many beloved memories of Mrs. Abbott. She assisted me in obtaining several guiding badges. My most favourite was her help with baking. It warms me when I remember her calm and patient guidance. Her sweet and kind demeanour was heartwarming and unforgettable. Mrs. Abbott, you have forever had an affect on me. Love you, Lynda

  3. Malcolm & Elsie Cleghorn wrote:

    We have many good memories of Kay and her dedicated work at Fraser Church. She was a warm and friendly person who will be missed by everyone she touched.Our sincere condolences go out to the family.

  4. Barry & Nancy Barton wrote:

    To the Abbott family,
    We wish to convey our sincerest sympathies to you at this sad time. Your Mom was a lovely and pleasant lady and we have many happy reunion memories of times gone by. Will miss the little visits when we would meet when she came to town to shop.

  5. Betty Boyington wrote:

    My most sincere condolences to the Abbott family. Kay was our neighbour for years. I have so many pleasant memories of spending time with her and John, both at home and at Fraser Church.

  6. Lisa Kerkkamp wrote:

    Mrs. Abbott was such a sweet kind person. At the same time was full of spunk. She always made people feel welcome with her cheerful personality. She will be sorely missed by many people. I send my condolences to her family and wish them peace at this time!

  7. Sannie McInnis wrote:

    Deepest condolences to Kay’s family in your loss . I didn’t know her well but we often chatted about anything and everything. Kay regularly dropped off her delicious baking at tax time and it was so much appreciated. So sad that this beautiful lady is now gone.

  8. Susanne D. wrote:

    Kay always had a kind word and a warm smile for me, each Sunday morning at Fraser church. She will be greatly missed by all of us, but we look forward to seeing her again, one day in heaven. We’re praying for comfort and peace for her family and friends.

  9. Ken and Bonnie Pratt wrote:

    We are very sorry to learn of Kay’s passing. We got to know her and John so well from our Masonic Lodge and over the years after Bonnie’s mom passed, Kay would show up to the store with a tray of my favorite, date squares, for me, just because she knew mother made them for me. She actually gave me recipe when I retired and took up baking. her smile and her memories will not be forgotten.

  10. Leta and Michael Larkin wrote:

    Rest in Peace Kay….. Whenever we would meet, at Fraser Church, the Masonic Lodge family nights, or just seeing you at the store, your smile was infectious. Your words were kind. We will miss you Kay but we know that you are now with John and your Heavenly Father. Our memories of you will live on. Deepest condolences to your remaining family.

  11. marc ronan wrote:

    Deepest condolences from the Ronan family to all of you!

  12. Beth Crew wrote:

    So very sorry to hear about Kay’s passing. I have fond memeories of her and John coming up to the cottage for visits. Oh those squares that she could bake! Mom and dad always cherished their adventures with them: England, Scotland and Newfoundland. You are in my thoughts during this difficult time.

  13. Marlyn Chadderton wrote:

    Sending my sincerest sympathy in the loss of your wonderful Mom. Your Dad John and Mom Kaye were wonderful friends and mentors to Bill and I at St Clair Lodge. Many happy memories of times spent with them. Hugs to everyone!

  14. Diane Lamoureux Magro and Rennie Magro wrote:

    Thinking of you with sympathy. Her love will always be cherished along with years of wonderful memories

  15. Rhonda Perrin wrote:

    Kay was a kind and sweet lady. Always helping others an asset to the community and a joy to all her knew her. She will be missed.

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