WARREN, Mary Kathleen “Kathy”Posted: February 6th, 2019
Mary Kathleen “Kathy”
1956 – 2019
Mrs. Kathy Warren of Lethbridge, beloved wife of Dr. Jeff Warren, passed away at Chinook Regional Hospital on Monday, February 4, 2019 at the age of 62 years. Kathy was born in Waterloo, Ontario to Arthur and Marlene Litchi on November 26, 1956. Kathy moved on her own to Alberta in 1974, making Calgary her home. Kathy worked numerous jobs in Calgary and Edmonton before moving to Lethbridge in 1982 where she met Jeff. She worked at Time Air in Lethbridge, which led to a long career with numerous airline companies for 18 years. In 1983, Kathy asked Jeff to marry her and he accepted; they married and together they enjoyed travelling, running, golfing, and simply outdoor activities. In 1987, 1989, and 1991 they welcomed Jared, Austin, and then Spencer, and together they settled in Lethbridge making it their home. Kathy was an amazing athlete, specifically running and won many long distance races. She was also a very experienced skier and enjoyed many trips with family and friends. Jeff and Kathy spent many hours on the golf course, Kathy had said many times that she would not quit golfing until she won. Kathy was a woman with a very big heart, she was always willing to help others and her generous spirit, love and kindness will be forever missed. Besides her husband Jeff, Kathy is survived by her children Jared Warren, Austin Warren, Spencer Warren; mother Marlene Waugh; brother Paul Gatcke. Cremation entrusted to Martin Brothers Funeral Chapels.
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Jeff, Jared, Austin & Spencer…so sorry for your loss! Kathy was a wonderful, fun, vibrant person and was a great friend of mine for many years. I have so many fond memories with her and all of you. She will always have a place in my heart. It is a comfort to know that she is in a better place.
So very sorry to hear about Kathy’s passing – condolences to you & your family.❤️
So sorry to learn about Kathy’s passing. The times we ran into each other were always filled with laughter & her beautiful smile. Mark
has such wonderful memories of the times he was together with Kathy
and your whole family. Wishing you peace and God’s blessings as you
go through this difficult time. May the memories keep her close to you