In memory of
Kathleen Louise Forbes
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In memory of
Kathleen Louise Forbes
Forbes Kathleen Louise Forbes July 28, 1948 - Feb. 3, 2019 Ms. Kathleen (Kathie) Louise (Wheatley) Forbes, of Highland Hts., Ohio, born on July 28, 1948 in Cleveland, Ohio, to the late Carrie (Kay) Wheatley and the late Joseph A. Wheatley, passed away at age 70 on February 3, 2019 at Kemper House in Highland Hts., surrounded by loving family and close friends. Kathleen graduated from Mayfield High School in 1966. She was formerly married to the late John Forbes; former wife of the late Robert Jackson. She is survived by her brother, Daniel Wheatley; sisters, Joyce Wheatley Parks and Jeannie St.Marie; best friend, Judy Syring; and numerous nieces and nephews. She joined Eastern Airlines soon after graduation and after flying around the country and world for 25 years, she retired to Atlanta. She formed Kathleen's Kritters, Inc., a business caring mostly for dogs and cats. Upon retiring for a second time, she returned to Ohio to be closer to family and to enjoy life, including frequent visits to the casino. Animals were always her passion and those who wish may donate in Kathleen's name to The Humane Society. A celebration of life will be private. Our appreciation to the aides at Kemper House and to the caregivers of the Hospice of the Western Reserve.
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Kathleen Louise Forbes
Forbes Kathleen Louise Forbes July 28, 1948 - Feb. 3, 2019 Ms. Kathleen (Kathie) Louise (Wheatley) Forbes, of Highland Hts., Ohio, born on July 28, 1948 in Cleveland, Ohio, to the late Carrie (Kay) Wheatley and the late Joseph A. Wheatley, passed away at age 70 on February 3, 2019 at Kemper House in Highland Hts., surrounded by loving family and close friends. Kathleen graduated from Mayfield High School in 1966. She was formerly married to the late John Forbes; former wife of the late Robert Jackson. She is survived by her brother, Daniel Wheatley; sisters, Joyce Wheatley Parks and Jeannie St.Marie; best friend, Judy Syring; and numerous nieces and nephews. She joined Eastern Airlines soon after graduation and after flying around the country and world for 25 years, she retired to Atlanta. She formed Kathleen's Kritters, Inc., a business caring mostly for dogs and cats. Upon retiring for a second time, she returned to Ohio to be closer to family and to enjoy life, including frequent visits to the casino. Animals were always her passion and those who wish may donate in Kathleen's name to The Humane Society. A celebration of life will be private. Our appreciation to the aides at Kemper House and to the caregivers of the Hospice of the Western Reserve.
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