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Jennifer Cathey

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Jennifer Cathey, 52, of Goodyear, Arizona passed away on November 11, 2020 in Phoenix, Arizona. She was born October 10, 1968 in Saigon, Vietnam and raised in Elizabeth Town, Kentucky by her mom and dad Hue and Frank Catalano.

She always gave everyone the opportunity to succeed, she was honest, loving and fair. Jennifer left an impression on everyone she met and will be truly missed.

“We love you mom.” – Love, The family.

Jennifer is survived by her husband, Chris Cathey; her daughters Marquita Davis and Mariah Cathey; and her sons, Martell Davis and Marcus Cathey. She is also survived by her two grandchildren, Rulan Davis and Noelle Lozania.

A visitation will be held at 2:30pm on Monday, November 16th, 2020 at Thompson Funeral Chapel, 926 South Litchfield Rd. in Goodyear, Arizona.

9 Comments on “Jennifer Cathey

  1. Jen, words cannot express how much you will be missed… we love you and you will always remain in our hearts forever.

  2. Jennifer,
    Where do I start, I will always remember all the crazy adventures you made us go through! Leaving work and going shopping because, why not!! You did so much for my family and I, there are no words to express the gratitude. I thank god you reached out to me and that we were able to spend time with you. You have left a void in our hearts and you will always be remembered! May you rest in paradise!!!

  3. Jennifer, we will miss hearing your voice and seeing your smile. Rest In Peace. You are no longer in pain. We love you and miss you!

  4. Mommy

    I can’t believe that you’re gone, everyday I wake up I want this horrible nightmare to end. I need you and miss you. I miss you calling me everyday at 7am and if I didn’t answer you would call Diego asking if I was awake and if Noelle was awake. I miss you being at my house and waiting for Noelle to wake up so you could play with her. I know you were so excited when Noelle was born and you helped me so much during my pregnancy. I would call you after every doctors appointment and you would help me because I was so nervous each day it got closer to have Noelle. I wish I could go back to when you were here and I would tell myself to never take those moments for granted. I hate that you’re gone, I hate that you had to be alone in the hospital, and I hate that you didn’t get to enjoy your favorite time of year. I will never let Noelle forget you, I will never forget you, and I will live everyday for you. You mean so much to me and I honestly don’t know what I’m going to do without you. I look at Noelle and all I can see is you. I’m thankful you got to meet her and I know the joy she brought you. I love you and I will take care of everyone especially dad, he’s so heartbroken without you. I will do the holidays for you, I’ll decorate the tree just like you taught me, I’ll make the sugar cookies you loved to make, we’ll wear Christmas pajamas like you loved, I’ll wrap the presents like you did with your handmade bows and all kinds of different wrapping paper, and we will always play shanghai rummy. We all have those memories of you wanting to play shanghai rummy, even after we already played for 2 hours, and I know all of us would do anything to play with you one more time. You always lit up when we were all together and that’s all you ever wanted. I know you’re watching over us and your spirit surrounds us. I know you’re resting peacefully and you know I will take care of everyone because you always took care of me. You’re my everything mommy and I will not say goodbye to you because you’re forever in my heart, and I will see you one day.

  5. I will always remember Jennifer is not just the manager of the hotel where I stay when I do business in town rather she became a friend and someone I looked forward to seeing each time I came for business. I will miss our lunches down the street and her fantastic demeanor and special ability to treat everyone so special. Was very saddened to come to town and hear of her loss… God bless the family you were the lucky ones to have shared her more than anyone. Spencer from Maine

  6. Jennifer, you will always be in our hearts forever and always missed. We will miss your positive energy the most. Your memory will live and will be missed as much as your beautiful spirit. You are and will always be remembered.

  7. Jennifer, All I can say is thank you. You were one of the strongest woman I’ve ever known, you always believed in me and in everyone around you. You were unbelievably kind and loving.. you’re contagious laugh and warm heart will forever be my fondest memory of you. We will all miss you and think of you constantly, Sending you my heart and all my love.

  8. Jennifer, you definitely helped mold me into the person I am today and I am so grateful for that. You taught me that I can accomplish anything I set my mind to. Your constant push and support has meant so much for me. I will miss you so much and you will always have a special spot in my heart. Thank you for all of the laughs and good times we’ve shared. Sending you and your family love and support.

  9. Jen, you were the craziest woman I knew, but you were crazy passionate about your family, and everyone around us. Thank you for raising an amazing daughter, I’m sorry I never got to tell you this in person, but I promise to spoil your little grand baby, as much as you would have (if that’s even possible) and to take care of Marquita and love her unconditionally. We all love and miss you. Keep the cards ready for when we see you again. Love you.

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