Catherine (McIntosh) Piché

21 septembre 19236 janvier 2021

A note from Catherine who passed away at the age of 97, on the day of the Epiphany, to always follow your heart.

Predeceased by husband Harvey, her warmth and sense of joie-de-vivre will continue to inspire children Allen (Judy),Wayne (Judy),Lorne (Kim), grandchildren Christopher, David, Megan, Daniel, Kristin and Shane and great grandchildren Cole and Isaac as well as many friends and relatives.

The family extends a heartfelt Thank You to members of the CLSC community and the staff at Villa Kirkwood for her care during the final months with us.

Private family service at a later date.


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Catherine (McIntosh) Piché


David & Thomas Piché-Bodor

10 janvier , 2021

We always enjoyed visiting Grandma in Montreal. She had lots of stories and took a keen interest in our lives, as she was an excellent listener. We have fond memories with her: listening to music, having drinks, and going to lunch at her favourite restaurant, Casa Grecque. Grandma would be sure to fill up at the salad bar, enjoy the complimentary dessert, and then pack up her pasta dish to-go so she could enjoy it for dinner.

This past summer, in July 2020, we spent the afternoon having a picnic with Grandma. That is where we did a video interview with her in order to document her stories. We invite you all to watch and listen to the interviews here:


will be remembered as being strong and independent. She lived a long and happy life, and we were sorry to see her health decline this past year. She will forever be in our hearts!

Inga Sutherland

10 janvier , 2021

Hi Kay, I will so miss your quick reparti your sense of humor and our lunch dates. And someday, with good luck, we will have that famous banana cake together. Until then, I will be thinking of you. Love you, Inga.

Rose Preston

10 janvier , 2021

I first met Kay nearly 50 years ago when she joined us at Ville Marie Social Services. We became close friends very quickly as Kay and Harvey opened their hearts and home to me. My family was in England but Kay was like an older, wiser sister and when I moved away, first to Toronto and then to Halifax, I cherished my visits back "home" to Kay who always organised reunions with our circle of Ville Marie friends, In latter years we maintained our friendship by phone and she ensured I received updates on how everyone was doing. She called me shortly before she died and I am so grateful to have had the chance to spend that time with her. God bless my dearest Kay, you will always be a part of me.

My deepest sympathies to Allen, Wayne, Lorne and their families. Kay was a very special lady whose greatest joy was in her family.

Rest in peace my dear.

Ron and Karen Lalonde

9 janvier , 2021

Allen, Wayne, Lorne and families,

So sorry to hear the news of Kathleen’s passing. Her visits to the farm were always enjoyed and she will be missed! Remember the good times.

Ron, Karen and families

Gail Sutherland

8 janvier , 2021

Dear Allen, Wayne, Lorne and family,

My heartfelt condolences go out to all of you and your families. I have known Kay for many years as she was such a good friend to both my parents, but especially my late mother, Muriel. Like my mom, she was fiercely independent and enjoyed life to the fullest. We shared many good times and laughs together. I feel very blessed to have known her and she will forever be in my heart. May the special memories and love you share provide some comfort and peace during this sad time. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Gail (& family)

Bonnie & Claude Henri

8 janvier , 2021

Deepest heartfelt sympathy to Kay's family and friends.
I have known Kay for 42 years, first as a work colleague and we continued our friendship into retirement. Unfortunately I have not been able to see her for a while because of COVID, but I did have the chance to speak with her recently. She will always be in my heart and always be on my mind. She will be sadly missed. Rest in peace my dear friend.
Bonnie & Claude Henri

Norman Lalonde

8 janvier , 2021

To Allen ,Wayne,and Lorne and Families

We are so sorry for your loss.

Our deepest sympathies to yous and your families
She will be missed

Norman & Patsy Lalonde

Géhane E. Zahran

7 janvier , 2021

Our sincerest condolences on the sleeping in the Lord of dearest Kaye!
I will forever cherish fond memories of our group lunches with Pierrette, Bonnie Agnes and Magda. We all worked with Kaye at Ville Marie Social Services.
My husband and I spent a very nice afternoon with her this past spring, A genuine Lady, generous, loving, caring and sincere. We will miss her so much. May she rest in peace!
Géhane & George Zahran