Actively involved in her community throughout her life, Hunterdon County was Catherine’s true home. Whether it was singing in the choir at St. Ann’s, rustling up boys as Den Mother or volunteering with the Ladies Auxiliary and Town Council, she generously gave her time and energy to positively impact the community and home she loved.
To ensure your generosity and support are acknowledged, Catherine's family has requested that memorial contributions be made through IN MEMORY OF to the
Hampton Emergency Squad
Since its founding in 1956, the Hampton Emergency Squad has provided emergency services to the citizens of Hampton, Glen Gardner & Bethlehem Township. This proud tradition of service is continued today by its 30 active members. Coming from varied backgrounds, they share a common sense of duty, dedication and teamwork and put themselves on the line every day to aid and protect their neighbors.
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