Cathy Elliot Obituary, Death Cause – Family has always been Cathy’s number one concern throughout her life. She exuded a real enthusiasm for life and living. Cathy had a profound dislike to sitting in front of the television and instead preferred to spend her time engaging in a wide range of outdoor activities instead, such as rollerblading, tanning, swimming, rollerblading, kayaking, and boating, to name just a few.
It is now time to declare the cremation procedure finished. There are no planned services available at this time. At this time, the Karrer-Simpson Funeral Home is in charge of making the necessary arrangements. To send condolences. Cathy Elliot, who was a well-known face at the Bowls Club where she was a lifelong participant and member, passed away today. Her funeral will be held tomorrow.
In spite of the fact that she had a significant interest in the activity, she did not get a lot of opportunities to take part in competitions. Her birth took place on January 19, 1969, in the city of Port Huron, in the state of Michigan. Her parents, Gerald Wickings Sr. and Lilas Lee, were the ones who gave her life to the world.
Cathy is survived by her husband, Mitch Elliott; son, Scott Elliott; daughters, Jeannine Elliott (Robert) and Connie (Aaron) Elliott-Fowler; grandchildren, Olivia, Robert Jr., Elizabeth, Madyson Galvin and Raelynn Fowler; mother, Lilas Lee; sister, Sherrie McIntyre (Dave); brothers, Gerald Wickings Jr., Billy (Resa) Wickings, Danny Wickings, Gary Lee, Mike Wickings and Bill (Stacy) Lee. Her mother, Cheri Lee, along with her biological father, Gerald Wickings Sr., and her stepfather, William Lee, all went away before she did. Her stepfather was the only surviving member of her family.