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Cathy passed away on October 30, 2016 after a long illness as a result of a stroke. She was born August 10, 1950 and was preceded in death by her parents, Alois and Maryann Hegy. She will be greatly missed by her brother Thomas, and her sisters Martha and Rosemary Hegy. Further surviving are other relatives and friends.
Cathy was a participant at Goodwill Industries for over thirty years. Cathy lived at various group homes since 2007 and became a favorite with the caregivers as she went about her day. Cathy enjoyed everyone she met and even though it was difficult for her to communicate verbally she got her point across in her own way. Cathy loved music and was the first one on the dance floor! She was a special person and will be missed by everyone who knew her.

Visitation Friday, November 4 from 9-10:45 AM at ST. AUGUSTINE OF HIPPO CATHOLIC CHURCH, 2530 South Howell Avenue. Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00 AM. Entombment St. Adalbert’s Cemetery.

If so desired, memorials to Goodwill Industries would be appreciated.

Past Comments

Jan Kruk

Sent a gift in memory of Catherine Hegy

holly bradley

Cathy was such a delightful person to be around. She will be dearly missed

Sonia Reed

Catherine Hegy was one sweet and feisty woman. She loved to bake with her friends.She also enjoyed playing her air guitar anytime she heard music. She was smart, caring, and always very inquisitive. She was funny with a very contagious laugh. She loved to help people. She enjoyed music Mondays and Movie Nite Fridays with her roommates. She was always excited to participate in any craft projects. Which she often took over any activity that was offered. I did get a chance to see her before she passed. She was docile, but just as spicy as ever. She knew who I was, she told me that she missed me and herself. lol She said ” I’m a big girl no babies around here”.” That’s right” Cathy was a delightful lady and i will miss everything about her so much. I loved her too.

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