Kathleen Elizabeth Quinlan 'Kath'

Kathleen Elizabeth Quinlan 'Kath'

25.02.1956 - 13.11.2018

Kath passed away on 13th November 2018. She will be sadly missed by everyone that knew her.


Clare Goldsmith


Dearest Kathy Remembering all the great times we had together going out for meals laughing and drinking champagne. You were a wonderful friend and we miss you so very much. All our love Clare and John X

Daniel Carey


Auntie Kath, thank you for being such an amazing Auntie to Jake Rebecca and I. I will always remember the times we shared, how you always gave us the best Christmas presents when we were younger (especially the PlayStation!!). I feel extremely privileged to have been able to stay with you and Kevin for the time I was in England over last Christmas. Thank you for all the help you gave me while I was with you. It was an absolute pleasure to get to know you and Kev more as an adult over the few weeks I stayed with you. Your Love will be with us always and Ours with you. Forever in our hearts, lots of love Auntie xo.



Kath taught me one of my finest talents.... how to shop till you drop!!! These are memories that I will now treasure!!! You will be sorely missed by my family and thought of often (especially round our dinner table drinking fine wine and listening to Van Morrison) lots of love xx



I will always remember Kathleen helping me drive the cows up for milking. We looked
like a couple of country bumpkins. Life was free and easy. I thank Kathleen for being part of this.

Never forgotten. RIP

Love Robert

Andrew Carey


Dear Kath, I know Mum and Dad loved spending time with you and we all enjoyed visiting. Thank you for all your support. We will miss you. Andrew and Rachel.

Chris and David


Dear Kath,
You will always be a part of what makes us a family. There are so many shared memories full of fun and laughter which will always bring a smile to our faces and a warm feeling of love inside. A friendship and love that grew to be such the fabric of our lives. and that of Ryan, Carys, and Gareth. How could there be the sound of a bottle of fizz: champagne or Prosecco, white or rose (as long as it is in a fine glass and cold), being opened without raising a glass to our beautiful sister in law? We will miss you more than our words can say.

June Quinlan


Dearest Kath,
You have been a wonderful daughter-in-law to both Dennis and me, always caring, loving and considerate.
You are loved and missed by the whole family
Mam (June) xxx

Mike Carey


My dearest sister Kath, loved sister-in-law of Fiona and wonderful aunt to Daniel, Jake and Rebecca.
We have so many special memories of family times with you and Kevin. In the 1990’s at Idsworth - games on the lawn, tractor rides, running around the sunken garden, family barbeque parties and pub lunches near-by.
And later, visiting you at Aldsworth from New Zealand. You and Kevin have always been so generous (and tolerant ! ) in sharing your home with us on our many visits over the last 16 years. We have loved joining you for walks with the dogs, music and movies at home and taking our parents out together.
Fiona and I are so thankful that we spent those last wonderful weeks with you in September and October this year.
Kath, I have a lifetime of memories that I will treasure, stretching back to our childhood growing up in Southsea with Mum and Dad.
We always thought there would be more time and will miss you always.
Love you.
Mike xxxxx

Philip Carey


Kathy, beloved daughter of Freda and Phil Carey.
You brought so much love, joy and light into our lives. You were the kindest and most caring daughter we could have wished for.
Thank you for all the time you spent with us, even when you were not feeling well, the many trips out, lovely holidays, and everything you did for us.
You are gone from our lives too soon and we will miss you so much every day.
Love Mum and Dad xxx

Lucinda Bowers


Dearest Kath,

I did not know you for long I did not know you for long enough, but I am so glad that I did.
You welcomed me, you made it easy for me with your warmth and your generous hospitality. I am so glad that I knew you, even if for such a short time. I would have liked longer, but it was not a choice for us to make. Rest now, dear friend, and know that I feel privileged to have had such a close and special friendship with you. So glad that you were in my life – wouldn’t have missed it for anything. I do miss you!

Luci Bowers



My gorgeous sister-in-law Kath.
Whenever I think of you Kath, I always think of parties because that was where we usually met up - from your hen night, through both our weddings, Christmases, birthdays or parties just because.
Now every family party will have a Kath sized gap.
I love and miss you...

Andy Sykes


One time valued colleague
Long time special friend
Always wonderful person

Very happy memories, very sad loss x

Kevin Quinlan


30 years of perfect loving marriage and I can’t describe the loss I feel.
Bye bye my darling wife.

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