Cathy Solomon Henry

17 July 1962 - 22 April 2011

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She was born in Chatham daughter of Wilfred and Jean (Gross) Solomon. Cathy is survived by her dear friend Marcel, three sons: Cory Henry of Chatham, Colin Henry (Brittany) of Chatham and Chase Henry of Dresden. Also surviving are parents Wilfred and Jean (Gross) Solomon of Dresden, sisters: Betty Solomon of Dresden and Nancy Solomon of Mississauga; brother Larry Solomon (Cheryl) of Kent Bridge, God son Brent Solomon of Chatham. Grandma Smilie to her step-grandchildren Dominic and Donavin. Several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews also survive Predeceased by one brother Daniel.

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dynell handsor 3 years ago
cathy you were one of the most humble and beautiful women i have ever met. you were a very gental soul and i had a good time playing baseball with you in buxton the few times you came and played. you are one person i will never forget. jesus bless and protect her children and family.

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Curtis 3 years ago
Just giving my condolences to the family and friends of Cathy. I wish you all the best, I only met her once for a short period of time but she was an extremely kind and sweet lady and seemed to have nothing but a smile on her face.

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Wendy (White) Davis 3 years ago
Dear Betty, Wilford, Nancy and Larry, I am so, so sorry for the passing of Cathy. You chose such a beautiful picture of her for the notice - what a wonderful smile. I am thinking of you all. Keep your memories close to your hearts. Take care of yourselves and each other. God Bless.

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Kathy, Valerie & Deborah Wallace 3 years ago
Wilfred, Jean, Betty, Larry, Nancy and the Solomon Family: We are deeply saddened to hear this news. As childhood schoolmates and friends, we knew Cathy to be a gentle but fun-loving soul. Her quiet countenance and petite frame was her very special trademark and captured the magnitude of her innermost being. Cathy always made visitors to Richmond Street feel a neighbourly comfort, and everyone wanted her friendship when we were youths. Although much time has passed since these days, we still hold memories of fun times roller skating, attending track & field events, and attending Choir and Young Peoples Group at Queen Street Baptist Church in Dresden. We know that all these fine qualities will live-on in the memories of people who knew and befriended Cathy. We hope that her sons will reflect them as well. At this time we send our most Sincere Condolences to the entire family.

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