OBITUARY

Catherine T. Lizzio

April 4, 1960February 5, 2021

Norwich-Catherine T. Lizzio, (KayT) age 60, of Norwich, passed away peacefully on February 5, 2021 at her home in Norwich. She was born on April 4, 1960 in Norwich to the late Rosario and Mary (Sheehan) Lizzio. KayT was a graduate of St. Bernard High School and the University of Connecticut. She was very musical, playing multiple instruments, most recently handbells in the bell choir at Our Lady of Lourdes Church. She worked for over thirty years at Electric Boat, in recent years as an HVAC Designer where she was well regarded by co-workers and supervisors. She enjoyed working on projects in and outside of her home, was an avid gardener, and had unlimited energy for friends and family. She seldom missed traveling to annual Lizzio Family reunions. She is survived by three sisters Mary Anne Brennan of Manchester, Julie Lizzio of Richmond, RI and Rose Lizzio of Norwich and several cousins, nieces, and nephews. She also leaves behind a granddaughter Anna Galczynski and the Galczynski family. She is predeceased by a brother-in-law James Brennan. Family and friends may visit Labenski Funeral Home, 107 Boswell Ave., Norwich on Monday from 4-6 p.m. A Funeral Mass will be held on Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. Our Lady of Lourdes in Gales Ferry. All Covid protocols will be observed. Burial will follow at St. Joseph Cemetery, Boswell Ave., Norwich. A post-Covid celebration of her life will be planned for a later time when it is safe to gather. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to SPCA of CT, 359 Spring Hill Rd., Monroe, CT 06468 or the CT Humane Society, 169 Old Colchester Rd., Waterford, CT 06375. Please visit www.labenskifuneralhome.com to leave an online condolence for the Lizzio family.

Services

  • Calling Hours / Visitation

    Monday, February 8, 2021

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Tuesday, February 9, 2021

  • Burial

    Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Memories

Catherine T. Lizzio

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Raymond Lizzio

February 13, 2021

Rest In Peace Kayt, I'll miss your warm welcome and smile that was the first one I looked for at the reunions. God Bless.

Christa Mastroianni

February 9, 2021

15 years ago, my mom befriended this amazing woman I grew so very close too. I was young at the time and she always made me feel like I wasn’t her “friends’ little kid”. I grew to call her “Chili” because she simply made it one time and the name just stuck! She would play board games with me, laugh with me, and always be there for me when I needed someone. She was honestly, my partner in crime. Not only was she there for my mom, and my mom there for her, but she was also such a big supporter in anything I did, and in the end, I grew to realize she was one of my biggest fans. She always strived to make everyone around her smile and laugh. She was known to always start humming some random tune while in her own little world. Being my mom’s business partner made her pretty much a part of the family. Curves not only shaped many of the women’s lives they both touched, but also gave them such happiness in seeing other people reach their goals. They worked so well together and strived off their members success. This world simply won’t feel the same without her beautiful soul present. I will sure miss you laughing at the stupid things I say, my mom getting a phone call because there is a cat emergency (ha, happened more time than you would think), and most of all, you reminding me how strong I am, and I can do anything I put my mind too. You will be deeply missed. I’ll miss you Chili. I’ll make you proud.

Bob & Erin Perry

February 9, 2021

Our thoughts and Prayers to all, Kayt is a beautiful sole that will be missed by all.

Ann Lizzio

February 8, 2021

The Lizzio family and Kayt’s friends lost a very kind and wonderful person.

Kayt will be greatly missed by all.

Jim and Ann Lizzio



Michael Jensen

February 8, 2021

I couldn't have asked for a better co-worker than Kayt. Always greeted you with a smile and was willing to help out with the job or a quick joke. I will miss you.

Patricia McClure

February 8, 2021

Kayt was one of the most genuine, kind hearted and generous people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing in my entire life. Our world and her family and friends have truly lost a special soul. Till we meet again Kayt...

Kathy Sheehan

February 8, 2021

I am so grateful that we were able to have our “cousin parties” and the renewed connection they provided. I wish I could be with you all. Hopefully we can be together soon.

Love,
Kathy (Hatfield) and Michael

sue johnston

February 8, 2021

Kay T you were a wonderful friend to me from the moment we met at UCONN. You were a great musician with amazing tone and anytime we spent together was filled with music and laughter. Luckily we spent time together as adults too visiting and enjoying life, and eventually lost touch except for Facebook. I am so sorry I did not know you were sick and I will always remember you. Love your friend, Sue Johnston.

David Aubin

February 8, 2021

I will miss the laughs that we shared and the smile on your face, The world will be a lonelier place. Love DAUBIN!

Marguerite Hite

February 8, 2021

KayT will always be with us in Spirit at the Lizzio reunions. She was always one of the first to respond. Hugs to be delivered in August.
Jim and Marguerite

FROM THE FAMILY