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Kathleen “Kathy” Mary Gero

Date of Death: December 20, 2016
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Braddock Street United Methodist Church
Thursday 12/29, 2:00 pm


Kathleen “Kathy” Mary Gero, 65, of Winchester, Virginia died Tuesday, December 20, 2016 at Winchester Medical Center. Ms. Gero was born in 1950 in Lynn, Massachusetts, the daughter of Florence Calef and the late Fred Calef. She graduated from Lynn Classical High School, Class of 1968, attended Lord Fairfax Community College earning an Associate’s Degree.Continue Reading

Sandra Siever left a message on December 31, 2016:
Kathy Gero wad a wonderful person she would do anything for you or help you with anything she loved her job and her patients. She worked long hours just to help her family. She workef extra if someone called in sick never thinking she might be tired. She was a wonderful person I reallyisd working with her. Prayers for the family
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Amanda Bozzi left a message on December 31, 2016:
I had the pleasure of knowing this wonderful woman for the past year she has blessed me and my co-workers at McDonald's on Rt 7 with her kind and loving heart. She always listen to our problems and was always a joy to see, she loved her hot tea and always kept us updated on her battle. Then we realized she hadn't been coming in for a few weeks and know we understand why. My thoughts and prayers are with her family. God truly gained an Angel and Mrs Kathy you will be greatly missed RIP
Lori Swartz left a message on December 30, 2016:
I have been blessed to have known, worked with and been friends with Kathy for 18 years. Her smile and laughter are the first two things anyone thinks of when you say her name. She is one of the greatest people I've been blessed to know. So many memories, so many talks. I don't think there was a subject that we have not talked about. Kathy is someone that you could not be unhappy around the minute you saw her you were just happy! I just love her to pieces and will greatly miss her. My thoughts and prayers for her family and all who knew and loved her. God bless you Kathy! You made it girl! Say hi to Pat for me. Love you!
Jennifer Hutchinson left a message on December 28, 2016:
I will never forget Kathy. She was such a special person. No matter what was going on or how bad she felt, she always wanted to know how everyone else was doing. Her positive attitude was truly inspiring. I will especially remember her laugh. It was a privilege to know her and call her a friend. I know she's at peace now and is smiling at all of us, telling us to focus on the positive and be happy.
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Stacy Helms left a message on December 28, 2016:
One of the things that I will remember most about Kathy is her laugh. Her laugh was so geniuine and joyful. I have a picture of me and Kathy and we are both laughing. That picture will always remind me of who Kathy was as a person. She was such a positive, energetic, friendly, compassionate, happy person. I will always be thankful for her friendship and laughter. I also want to say that Kathy was one of the strongest individuals I have had the honor of knowing. She fought hard and tried to stay positive through it all. I am deeply saddened that Kathy has passed on. I know she is in heaven with Jesus and there is no pain or suffering. I pray that Kathy's family will be comforted through this very difficult time. Kathy will be missed.
Elaine Reedy left a message on December 27, 2016:
I'm so sorry for your loss. I worked with Kathy at the hospital. I too always enjoyed working with & talking with her. She never knew a stranger, but was a friend to everyone. I will miss her & her smile.
Jo Ann Tesdall left a message on December 24, 2016:
So sorry to Kathy's family for your loss.I worked many years with Kathy at WMC. Always loved talking and working with her.
Ann Pollard left a message on December 24, 2016:
I worked With Party for years at the hospital. She was small but mighty! She was a hard worker and filled with compassion for her patients. She was so proud of her children. So sorry to hear of her passing
Penny Lynn left a message on December 24, 2016:
My thoughts & Prayers are with Kathy's family during this difficult time. Kathy was a wonderful Lady with a heart of gold.... Even in sickness she remained positive and always had a smile for anyone she encountered. We had alot of good times together, we talked about everything under the sun . She shared many stories with me of when her children were younger and how she loved them so. She was very proud of each one of them and adored her grandchildren. Kathy will be forever loved & missed....... RIP beautiful Angel..... until we meet again....
Christina Gero left a message on December 24, 2016:
There are so many memories with Kathy,my mother in law, my other mom, and one of my best friends. I am going to miss the long calls and talks us just gossiping . I am gonna miss your smile,your laugh, going shopping, and you standing in my job all day just talking. Life without you will never be the same. A piece of my heart is missing. We love you Kathy so much
Cathi Jo LIvngston left a message on December 23, 2016:
My memories with Kathy...she always hugged me with a smile and we would cut up about stuff...the greatest memory is our friend Jenny, myself, and Kathy met at Golden Corral for Thanksgiving two years ago and she put her cute little hat on the table.....and me being OCD... I looked her and pointed to the hat and said; she started laughing and I started laughing I said pointing at the hat could you put your hat somewhere off the table...we laughed so hard...I soon realized after a short time I was very OCD or should I say CDO if you put the letter's in order...Kathy, Jenny and I was a great meal...It was our day to just have fun and we did. I think it was the way my finger was pointing at that hat. She did take the hat off the table. We ate so much that day at Golden Corral. Kathy knew how to make Jenny and I laugh. So to remember Kathy is laughing it is good for the soul and it will never be the same going to Golden Corral again. I will sit at that table again again.. Yes, I will miss Kathy's smile and laugh and positiveness about life. I remember helping her getting this big tree out of her back yard after a storm..advertised to get this FREE tree...finally I think the neighbor came and cut it done.. It was not easy getting rid of a free tree we learned..but we got it done..We laughed about that too! Kathy; would tell you the truth if you asked her option too. That is a true friend and I thank Kathy for the friendship. RiP Kathy ...I know you are with Jesus now and that gives me peace to know this. Amen. Prayer for the friends and family. I pray you know that Kathy is with Jesus and she is at peace. Peace be with all of you. Amen in Jesus name I pray. Love, Cathi and Buddy(service dog)
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