17 junio , 1947 – 8 septiembre , 2021
CHATHAM - Kathleen “Kathy” Lee, 74, of Chatham, Massachusetts died peacefully on September 7 at home surrounded by her loved ones. A loving mother and homemaker, Kathy was a remarkable cook and enjoyed preparing meals for family and friends. Born in Medford, Massachusetts, she graduated from Medford High School and went on to study the arts. After getting married, she moved to Chatham in 1974. For many years she took pleasure in sewing and knitting, creating beautiful quilts and clothes. She was an avid Bruins fan. Many enjoyed her famous homemade pizzas on game night. Kathy loved animals, especially her cats. She worked part time at Stop n Shop for nearly 21 years. She was the wife of the late Lawrence B. Lee for 42 years and the sister of Michael Ash of Medford. She leaves behind two daughters, Alison Hester of Eastham and Katherine Davis of Orleans and two sons Jonathan Lee and David Lee of Chatham. She is also survived by two grandchildren, Emma and Madeline Davis as well as her beloved cousins. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services on Tuesday, September 14th from 5pm to 7pm at Nickerson Funeral Home, 87 Crowell Rd, Chatham. Burial will be private. Memorial donations can be made to Animal Rescue League in Brewster, Massachusetts.
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16 septiembre , 2021
I am truly so sorry for the loss of your Mother. She was such a lovely lady. No matter where I saw her, years ago at school or at Stop and Shop she was always pleasant. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Janice Alex
12 septiembre , 2021
Greetings my cousins
I’m truly sad about your mom. When I was a little boy my dad would take us over to see your mom to make sure they were good. I would sit and watch her draw. She was amazing. So she asked me if she could draw a picture I said a horse. She drew one it was perfect. What talent
Then as time goes on we all go our ways
She was on cape. I moved to the cape. Then one day I was In Chatham building and wiring two houses on your street. I was lookin out the door your mom passed by with her dog walking. I
Stopped what I was doing we reunited we laughed. I wound call and see her. Every day she saw my trucks she would always ask my men can I get you something to eat or drink. My men would tell me all the time. One day it was a horrible raining day. Your mom came to the door and asked if they needed anything again. So I would get her a melt aways from Bonats and her and I would talk. She would.Tell me about you guys and what’s up.
A Masonic brother of mine worked with her he said she was everyone’s favorite they all loved her.
Your mom was one the best. She was dealt lousy cards but she was a fighter. I owe her for being so kind to my men and me. My men all called her your sweet cousin.
I hope you can remember the good times the memories she gave us all.
I’m sorry I don’t really know you guys that well but I love you all. Like my pal Jimmy Buffet says be good, be safe, be healthy because I want to see you again. Ciao