Gwen Scott wrote on January 9th, 2018
I was deeply shocked to hear of Cathy's passing. I had only known her for a really short period of time, yet! she left an impact on my heart. I served with her on the library board. I only learned of her passing today. I know someone remarked exactly as I too felt. She walked softly upon earth, yet left a large footprint. I think I can say upon all the people that knew her, she left it on their hearts as well.
Jim & Liz Barham wrote on January 5th, 2018
We are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you. We are very pleased that we had the opportunity to meet your wife . If we can be of any assistance to you please let us know .
Suellen J. Brown wrote on January 4th, 2018
Dear Craig, I am so glad I met Cathy, she was so sweet and warm, no wonder you loved her so
If there is ever anything I can do, just let me know
You are in my prayers, Suellen
Bill and Bettye Heald wrote on January 4th, 2018
You are in our prayers.
Mitch Emmons wrote on January 3rd, 2018
Craig, there are no words. I am so sorry. You have my number. Please use it any time you want to talk. Although our journeys are individual, we walk a common path and we can talk one another through the rough spots that surely dot the way.
Jimmy Hendrix wrote on January 3rd, 2018
Cathy, I have remembered from time to time our days at LCHS. Rest In Peace my friend
Penny Walker wrote on December 31st, 2017
Craig - There are no words that can convey what I am feeling now. Your loss is profound and can’t be described. Cathy was such a beautiful person in so many ways and her passing will have an affect on so many.

My heart is broken for you, Betty and Lucifer.
Martha McBay wrote on December 29th, 2017
Craig you have my deepest sympathy.
Darlene Peoples Stokes wrote on December 26th, 2017
Cathy was Valedictorian, LCHS, class of '71. She was smart, naturally pretty, quiet and had such a sweet smile for everyone. In all the years I knew her, in high school and our first year of college at UNA, I never heard Cathy say an unkind word about anyone, or complain about anything. Cathy was a good, kind, gentle, special lady. She walked softly upon
the earth, yet left a large footprint of good along her path through life. Thank you, Lord, for sharing Cathy with us. May God send his blessings to her loving husband and her
family during this time of great need.
Rod Huffman wrote on December 24th, 2017
Cathy will be missed greatly for she has for many years contributed to the success of so many organizations that, like Cathy herself, were committed to making Athens a better place to live. Always friendly and always helpful, and with a smile, that is the way I will remember Cathy.