8 October, 1945 – 20 January, 2020
to the world you were a person but to me you were the World.
You were the Greatest Mother and Nanny to me and my children we could have ever wished for, you Blessed us with your Love and caring ways.
You were Selfless, Caring, Compassionate and Loving beyond what words can describe.
You showed us how to deal with adversity life may throw our way with Courage, Dignity and Strength.
Even when the end was near your only concern was to protect us and make this experience as easy as possible.
You will be missed more than I can ever say, I will Forever Treasure the fact you were My Mother and My children's Nanny and we will Always and Forever carry our love for you in our Hearts, you have Truly Blessed us mom.
We Love You Mom (Nanny)
May You Rest In Peace.
- Esophageal Cancer Awareness Association
- Visitation Saturday, 25 January , 2020
- Interment Saturday, 25 January , 2020
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Susan E Smith
January 25, 2020
This is a picture of Kathy Adella & Mamdoh Ellen & I at Greenhouse Cafe in happier times.
Susan E Smith
January 24, 2020
We all met at group therapy sharing our grief and became fast friends. Kathy Adella Susan Ellen and Doretha and have become lasting friends. After therapy we would all head over to Purity and spend 3hrs talking and laughing Kathy was the glue that kept us together. She could make us laugh and laugh we looked forward to it every week. The memories will last forever. She was a very strong and courageous woman a great mother and a wonderful grandmother we will all miss her terribly. You are with the angels my friend. I love you
January 22, 2020
We shared a lot of laughs and tears when we were hurting. We became friends through shared grief. It was our underlying bond as a little group of 5. We slowly dwindled down and spoke less often but we talked for hours when we did have the time to catch up with each other. Kathy's spirit was brave and strong. We will miss her dearly but will think of her fondly with her undying spirit. She is at peace. God bless you Kathy and your family. From Adella Campbell-Eltantawy and family.