Dolores G. Kane

June 18, 1959November 22, 2018

Dolores G. Kane was born on June 18, 1959 and passed away on November 22, 2018.


Dolores G. Kane

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Donna Scully

April 9, 2019

Dolores was a vibrant, beautiful woman whose sense of humor and laughter was amazing and delightful. I will always remember conversations on color, “That is my favorite color!” She said that about EVERY Fall color mentioned! Always made me smile . She cared deeply about her patients, passionately offering a safe place to reflect, to learn new ways to approach life and move beyond pain. I will always think of her when I see turtles, she had a childlike wonder and love of them. I will remember you always. 💜

Alice Freeman

March 26, 2019

Dolores shepherded me expertly through a very hard passage, and she did it with humor and utmost compassion. I'll always remember her love for animals of all kinds, especially dogs and birds, as well as her sense of humor. Her wisdom, skill and warmth made a tremendous difference in my life. Thank you Dolores, I will think of you with love for the rest of my life.

Jilisa Snyder

March 15, 2019

For Dolores who provided a healing space for so many.

Dolores was a gifted psychologist, with deep intelligence and heart. She found her professional home working with her colleagues at the Anna Marsh Clinic. I had the privileged to know her and honored to have worked closely with Dolores for many years.

She contributed such depth and care to her patients and colleagues guiding the healing process with such care and commitment. I miss you Dolores...we all do.

You will never be forgotten. What you had to teach so many will always be with us.

Teresa Butler

March 15, 2019

You are dearly missed and will never be forgotten for so many reasons! You brought so much to your life and work, I am so grateful that I had a chance to know you......

Darcy Gingerich

January 30, 2019

Dolores was curious, fun, and funny during even her most serious work as a psychotherapist. Her warmth and kindness were ever present and her patients and colleagues miss her smile. Her generosity and integrity were unsurpassed in her professional relationships and I learned from her whenever she discussed clinical concerns or ideas.

Dolores loved her dogs and birds and would be grateful to the Monadnock Animal Shelter for their care and thoughtful placement of her treasured pets.

Dolores fought her Lyme disease with as much strength as she could muster, but tragically it stole her health and finally her life . She died far too young and had so much more to give.

Darlene foster

January 30, 2019

Delores you will be missed, you were a wonderful lady that helped many, gone to soon.. Fly high!