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Kathleen Ryan

Kathleen A Ryan

Friday, September 21st, 1934 - Tuesday, December 10th, 2019
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Kathleen A. Ryan passed away at her home in Cranbury, NJ on Tuesday, December 10, 2019. Known as Kitty to friends and family, she was born in Somerville, NJ to Frank and Florence Ryan and grew up as the sixth child in a family of 7 children. After graduating from Somerville High School, Kitty entered the Congregation of St. Joseph’s of Peace where she taught elementary school. She later attended Katherine Gibbs Secretarial School, moved to Brooklyn, NY and spent most of her working career as an administrative assistant at Goldman Sachs. Kitty served as a volunteer at NYU Langone Hospital-Brooklyn (previously known as Lutheran Medical Center) and received a volunteer service award in 2016. Three years ago, she moved to Cranbury to live with her sister Rita, her niece Mary Aitken, her great nephew, Emiliano and her great niece, Mia. Kitty enjoyed playing cards, reading to children at the Cranbury Library and spending time with her family. Kitty was predeceased by her parents, two sisters (Patricia and Elizabeth Ryan), three brothers (Frank, William and Thomas) and 2 nieces (Nancy Greenberg and Rosemary Ryan). She is survived by her younger sister Rita Aitken and 14 nieces and nephews (Mary and Stephen Aitken, Michael, Richard, Fred, Matt, Morgan, Kevin, Kathy, Beth, Maureen and Thomas Ryan, Susan Kwiatkowski, and Mary Stewart). A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Friday December 20th 10:30 am at St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church in Hightstown, NJ. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Penn Medicine Hospice Princeton Health.
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    St Anthony of Padua RC Church
    251 Franklin Street
    HIGHTSTOWN, NJ 08520
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Posted at 03:42pm
With loving memories of "Kathleen Ryan", From Kay, Delores, Barbara and Louise, who will sorely miss Kathleen at our Bryant Park Grill luncheons.
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Kathy Licata Grillo

Posted at 06:04pm
I met Kathleen at a Catholic Alumni Club retreat.  We were roommates there and bonded immediately after sharing our life stories.  She always introduced me to other members at club events I attended making me feel welcome and whole.  Her kindness and caring were a beacon in my life.  Her love for her family was boundless and unwavering.  I will miss her sorely - the sound of her laugh, her ability to lift my spirits!  Rest in peace my friend, You will live on in my heart always!

Louise Winhusen

Posted at 03:48am
Kathy, Kathleen, Kitty, I never quite knew what to call her. What I did know is that she was a fun-loving member of the Catholic Alumni Club and always a pleasure to be around. We didn't become too close, as she was Brooklyn and I was Manhattan when single and Queens after marrying. But one year long ago, she did connive to get me and my husband Fred to come out to Brooklyn to play volleyball, and that was fun. Luckily, our mutual friend Kay got us together with a few others to celebrate our birthdays quarterly and what fun that has been. Even after failing health necessitated her move to Cranberry to the home of her sister Rita and her niece's Mary family, she was able to make several more of our luncheons and her presence was always special. Best of all, we were able to meet her family members and on one occasion, her sister Rita was also able to join us for lunch. It was easy to see where Kathleen acquired her joy of life, after meeting her lovely and loving family.

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