Katherine Foltuz
August 14, 1921 - December 7, 2011
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Katherine C. Foltuz, 90, of Punta Gorda, Florida passed away peacefully on Wednesday, December 7, 2011 at Tidewell Hospice, Port Charlotte, FL. Katherine was born August 14, 1921 in Breckenridge, Michigan and moved to Florida in 1986 from Detroit, MI. Katherine was a former member of Women’s Society of Engineers, past President of Port Charlotte…

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Tom McEachan left a message on February 14, 2012:
I was so sorry to hear of Kay's passing. She was a very special lady and she and Nello were very special friends. I have a lot of good memories of the times that my wife and I spent with these wonderful people. She will be sorely missed. I love you, Kay, and I'll miss you. Tom
Constance Bailey left a message on December 11, 2011:
To my Dear Aunt Kay, you can't imagine how you've impacted my life with such abundant love. You've inspired me, loved me, and filled a void that I hadn't known existed until we were reacquainted. I already miss you so much, but I will always have that precious moment from last week when you shouted out to me, I Love, Everybody. That was the sweetest sound to my ears and I will charish that moment always. I'll see you again, one day. Until then I will continue to see your sweet face along with Uncle Nello's on last year's Christmas card that hangs on my kitchen wall. I love you Darling. Connie and Terry
Bettie Crawford left a message on December 11, 2011:
I wish to express my deepest sympathies to Kay's family. She was a definite highlight in our exercise class and I will miss her so much. Her humor was just wonderful. We have lost a very special friend ! Sincerely, Bettie Crawford
Bettie Crawford left a message on December 11, 2011:
P.S. I forgot to mention all the beautiful birthday cards I have received over the years from Kay that she designed and painted. i will treasure them forever.
Jon Linn left a message on December 11, 2011:
It seems that when you met Gene's aunt Kay and uncle Nelo. they became you aunt Kay and uncle Nelo. We remember their trip to Costa Rica fondly.She was a wonderful person and we will miss her. Jon and Emma Linn
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Lynn Colthorp Cohrs left a message on December 11, 2011:
I wish I had known my Aunt Kay better, but I know what a wonderful older sister she was to my father. I also admired her art, and her long and loving marriage to her husband. Rest in peace, Kay.
Josephine Pontaclolone left a message on December 12, 2011:
Dear beloved family of Kay Foltuz, As a former classmate and friend of Kay's I was so sorry to hear she had passed on. The last time I saw her was when she was recooperating from her hip surgery. She managed a big smile all through my visit! We also exchanged our hand painted Christmas cards every year and I was looking forward to receiving her new one. When she smiled she reminded me of my mom. They both had the sweetest smile imaginable. I will remember you in my prayers, Kay. Nelli too. Sincerely, Josie Pontacolone.
Competitive Plumbing, LLC left a message on December 13, 2011:
To The Foltuz Family, We are very sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. David and Mary Strait
Lauris Burns left a message on December 13, 2011:
Words cannot express the loss that I feel. Dear Aunt Kay was like a big sister to me. Taking me to her aerobics class after her hip surgery to show me that even then, and having 25 years more than me, I still couldn't keep up with her. Meeting us in the hall after her first stroke, doing a little jig and waving her cane in the air in greeting, because she had been told she should carry one. Showing me her latest paintings, with justifiable pride. Visiting us in Costa Rica and after walking on the beach, deciding we should stay longer, immediately befriending all of our friends. An incredibly talented woman, she will remain in my heart forever as my hero and a great friend.
Gail Duykers left a message on December 16, 2011:
I was very blessed to meet Aunt Kay and Uncle Nello in 2004 after Hurricane Charley visited their neighborhood. Laurie had flown up from Costa Rica and she and I had gone over to the west coast of Florida to see what we could do to help those affected by the storm. Of course, Aunt Kay and Uncle Nello insisted that they didn't need any help but they would be happy to have us visit with them on our way back from our volunteer stint with the Red Cross. They welcomed us with open arms. Aunt Kay made lunch for us. We played "The Game" for a few hours. They took us out to dinner at the only open restaurant in the area. And showered us with love! I think I felt like part of the family after the first 2 minutes of being with them. I now knew why Laurie and Gene loved them so much. I have a print of a drawing Aunt Kay did of the Hollywood Broadwalk. It hangs on my bedroom wall and when I wake up each morning I remember the wonderful woman who painted that picture. I am also fortunate to have a copy of a book of her art work that Laurie put together. I will treasure it and remember a great woman who was a beautiful, beautiful person, both inside and out. I love you Aunt Kay. Gail.
I GOPHER U / KEVIN GORMAN left a message on December 18, 2011:
very sorry and god bless.She was a sweetheart.Her smile will never be lost.
Amy left a message on January 8, 2012:
My best friend an second mother...still missing and loving you!
Madeleine Fayman left a message on January 21, 2012:
Katherine was my first watercolor teacher. She was very talented and very patient. One of the best teacher I've had. She was a very dear lady and I know everyone who knew her will miss her terribly. Condolences to her husband and family.
Eugene L Foltuz left a message on December 10, 2011:
A lot of very good people died on Dec.7th. One of the best was my Aunt Kay. She was a beautiful person. To know her was to love her. So talented in so many ways and she possessed a wonderful sense of humor. Her talents were in architecture, business, art, dance, teaching, and a great helpmate to her Husband. When most people slow down in there senior years Aunt Kay began teaching art. Laurie and I have several of her water color painting which are outstanding. I will miss Aunt Kay. I know that we will meet again and I will give her a big hug and kiss. .
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