Kathleen “Kathy” M. Dawe

Kathleen “Kathy” M. Dawe, age 58, resident of Round Lake for 15 years, passed away at home on Fri. Aug. 30, 2013.  She was born in Oak Park on May 9, 1955 to the now late Nicholas and Marion {nee Wolff}.  The dear sister of Gerald Dawe; and fond aunt and cousin of many.  Her siblings, Michael, Thomas, and Margaret “Peggy” preceded her in death.  Friends of the family may join them for a memorial visitation at STRANG FUNERAL CHAPEL & CREMATORIUM, 410 E. Belvidere Rd. Grayslake, IL 60030 on Thu. Sep. 5, 2013 from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m.  Inurnment will be held privately.  Please call (847) 233-8122 or visit www.strangfuneral.org for information.

6 Responses to Kathleen “Kathy” M. Dawe

  • Lisa Dawe Fisher says:

    I can’t think of another person who has suffered as much as you have. You are finally at peace and I am very grateful for that.
    I will miss you Auntie Kathy.

  • Pat Winn says:

    I will dearly miss Kathy. She always came to work with a smile on her face and religiously did her job. She always had a “good morning” for me and a “have a good evening, too”. She was a mentor to me. To know that she got up every morning and came to work knowing that it was an effort to just get dressed, let alone to catch her transportation at a specific time. And, she always put on a little make-up.
    Kathy,
    I know that you are in heaven. I will and all ready miss you.
    Love, Pat

  • Mary Beth Schelin (formerly Strang) says:

    Kathy will truly be missed. She was a great lady. We send our condolences to the entire Dawe family.

    Mary Beth & Scott Schelin,
    Don Strang, Dave Strang,
    and Steve & Ida Strang

  • ray and joanne helm says:

    Dear Jerry ,,
    our sincere condolences to you and your family…
    Joanne and ray Helm

  • Ann Mathieson says:

    Since I live in a different state I had not seen Kathy for many years. In my heart I hold loving memories of Kathy.

    When we were 6yrs old she taught me how to ride a 2 wheeler in the alley behind her house in Oak Park. She made me laugh every time I saw her. She stepped up to help my parents during a very difficult time in their life and they were forever grateful. The memories I have of Kathy are of her loving and generous soul.

    I send Kathy my love and pray she is at peace.

    Condolences to all the Kathy’s friends and family.

  • Kim Siminic says:

    I will miss seeing you every morning. After we said good morning to one another, I would say, “I will try to have a good day,” and you would always tell me to “do your best”. I will miss that beautiful smile that was on your face each and every day you came to work. I am sure that your suffering is over and you are in heaven having a wonderful time.
    Kim Siminic – N.P.