Catherine Conway

The Catherine Conway Tribute fund

  • How would you describe them?

    "Cathy was a strong independent lady that loved her large family. She was a proud Scot from Paisley and enjoyed seeing a man in a kilt."

    From Susan Tarrant

  • What did they love most?

    "Cathy loved music and dancing especially at Barrowlands in Glasgow as a young woman. She loved watching the TV daily, the news especially."

    From Susan Tarrant

Cathy's Tribute Fund is to celebrate and support the Macmillan Nurses that helped her during her last few weeks.
If you would like to gift money to the fund that would be lovely. Although, it would be nice to see your messages and photo's of Cathy if you have any.

  • Miss Dawn Hale 25/10/2019

    In memory of a really lovely lady, who made us smile and who we had fun with xx Love Dawn and Bill xx

  • Jacqui, Paul, Lara & Jamie Wilson 25/10/2019

    With fond memories of a lovely lady (& fellow Scot!) x

  • Mrs Jacqui Nyiri 24/10/2019

    In loving memory of a lovely lady.

  • Anonymous 13/10/2019

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  • Cathy Conways Funeral

    Owner:Susan Tarrant Raised:£0.00

    Great Glen Crematorium <br />3.30pm<br />No Flowers<br />Please wear some Tartan or something colourful

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Run by:
Susan Tarrant
Total raised £150.00 With Gift Aid: £175.00