Kathryn J. Aloise

June 6, 1951 - April 28, 2024
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St. Charles Borromeo RC Church
176 Stage Coach Rd.
Sicklerville, NJ
Wednesday 5/15, 9:00 am - 10:00 am
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St. Charles Borromeo RC Church
176 Stage Coach Rd.
Sicklerville, NJ
Wednesday 5/15, 10:00 am

Kathryn J. Aloise (nee Morse), of Washington Twp, beloved wife of Anthony, devoted mother of Christopher and loving dog mom to Buddy, passed away peacefully with her husband by her side on Sunday, April 28, 2024. She was 72.    Kathie’s warmth and generosity filled every room she entered, especially the classrooms where she sharedContinue Reading

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Kimberly Cheezum left a message on May 14, 2024:
Kathie, this candle will be a symbol of your shining light on your family and friends.....
Kimberly Cheezum left a message on May 14, 2024:
Tony and Christopher, our deepest condolences to you both and all of Kathie's extended family and friends. Dave and I and our family wish you strength, solace and peace as you navigate this terrible loss. She will be yours and Chris's guardian angel, watching over you both...and Buddy.... until you are all reunited in Heaven. God Bless.
Courtney Kraus left a message on May 14, 2024:
In memory of Kathryn J. Aloise, Courtney Kraus lit a candle
Madeline Abraham left a message on May 12, 2024:
My sincere heartfelt condolences to Tony and Christopher and the family, When I began my teaching career at Monongahela Junior High in 1987, I remember Kathy , being so kind and friendly. She was a great inspiration to me as I witnessed her dedication to her students and her work. But even more importantly than that, was her love and devotion to her family, Tony and Christopher. She was always so concerned about Christopher and his well being and talked about him often. She loved them both dearly. Tony had a way of bringing a smile and laughter during our breaks in the teacher’s lounge when he’d reminisce about his antics during his Catholic school days. Thanks for brightening up my days, Tony. In the days ahead, please know that my prayers for you all will continue for God’s peace and comfort. Sincerely, Madeline Abraham
Cindy Aloise left a message on May 4, 2024:
Kathie you were a shining star in our family…always happy. You created many memories with our family over the years, especially for our children and grandchildren. We will miss you so very much. God bless you.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Mattie Mallory left a message on May 2, 2024:
Sending my Deepest Sympathy to the Family!
Mike Charnik left a message on May 2, 2024:
Tony, I’m so sorry for your loss. I’m here if I can be of any help
gene Aloise left a message on May 1, 2024:
In memory of Kathryn J. Aloise, gene Aloise lit a candle
Gene Aloise left a message on May 1, 2024:
Kathy I will alway remember the fun times we had with family and your amazing personality and beautiful smile. Rest in Peace with knowledge that you are loved.
Dianne M Eastlack left a message on May 1, 2024:
To her husband and son, I send my love and deepest sympathy. Everyone loved Kathy. Not a day went by that we didn't see her beautiful smile.
Gary Swenson left a message on May 1, 2024:
Dear Tony , Christopher and all those that loved Kathy. I am so sad to learn of Kathy's passing. Most of all I am saddened that she lost her fight with cancer. I am sure she fought hard to make sure she could be there for Tony and Christopher, the biggest loves of her life. Kathy was a terrific lady, so bubbly and positive. We started our teaching careers together in the fall of 1973 at Monongahela Junior High. It was a crazy time with 33 new teachers and a huge number of students. Those situations provided a special bond to a bunch of young educators as we helped each other learn and grow. She was an extremely dedicated teacher that loved her subject and had a huge heart for her students. After 19 years we were transferred to the high school where we continued on with our careers. I will always remember Kathy as that great young teacher and look forward to meeting her again in the great life everlasting. Rest in Peace dear friend. God Bless
Mark Wilson & Leslie Baechler left a message on April 30, 2024:
When someone passes, it is said that heaven has gained an angel. This could not ring more true for Kathie. She was a true people pleaser…always putting others before herself. Kathie was a loving and devoted wife to Tony, loving mother and strong advocate for Chris, proud dog mom for Buddy, and a genuine friend to everyone who met her. She will be missed by many. Rest In Peace.
Egizi Funeral Home left a message:
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