Catherine T Dahms  March 28 1934  May 29 2020

Catherine T Dahms March 28 1934 May 29 2020

March 28 1934 May 29 2020
Catherine’s Obituary Catherine T. Dahms of Levittown died on Friday, May 29, 2020 at her home surrounded by her family. She was 86. Born in Philadelphia, she was raised in the Oxford Circle section of the city and graduated from Little Flower High School in 1952. She has been an original Levittown homeowner since 1953 and was a member of St. Michael the Archangel parish. Catherine spent her working career in retail sales at the former Pomeroy’s located in the Levittown Shopping Center and with Strawbridge and Clothier, Macy’s and most recently Norman’s Hallmark in the Oxford Valley Mall. She enjoyed doing crossword puzzles and listening to music, but most important to her was spending time with her loving family. Catherine is survived by her loving children, Patty Jabaly (Charlie), David M. Dahms (Debbie) and Karen M. Robinson (Richard); her brother, Andy Dorr; her long time companion, Gabe Rensky and several nieces and nephews. Services will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Chandler Hall Hospice, 99 Barclay St., Newtown, PA 18940 Read More

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Catherine T Dahms March 28 1934 May 29 2020.

James J. Dougherty Funeral Home, Inc.

Death notice for the town of: Levittown, state: Pennsylvania

death notice Catherine T Dahms March 28 1934 May 29 2020

obituary notice Catherine T Dahms March 28 1934 May 29 2020

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