Kathryn J. Hallett

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Kathryn J. Hallett

June 21, 1952 - January 18, 2019

Cambridge - Kathryn Hallett, 65, died January 18, 2019, as the result of a traffic accident in Carmel. She was born June 21, 1952, in Norwood, MA, a daughter of Clayton and Miriam (Perkins) Sallie. She had been manager of the Wagon Wheel Restaurant in Abbot. She will be remembered as an avid lover of animals and supported humane societies.
She is survived by her husband, Walter of Cambridge; a son, Robert of Ellsworth; a daughter, Katrina Halletthosenfeld of VA; a brother, Paul and wife, Patricia Sallie, of MA; a sister, Donna "Kim" and husband, Michael Cross, of VA; four grandchildren; and many loved nieces and nephews.
A celebration of life will be held later this year at the family camp in Eastbrook. Arrangements are by Crosby & Neal, Newport. Those who wish may make memorial donations to the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Dept. 41831, P. O. Box 650309, Dallas, TX 75265. Written condolences may be expressed at www.CrosbyNeal.com.
Published on January 22, 2019
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Sara Wyman
Jan 31, 2019
To the family of Kathryn, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My family and I frequently went to the wagon wheel to eat while it was open.
I too have very recently lost someone dear to me. These times are never easy.
I do find comfort from a scripture in revelation 21:4 which says in part that god "will wipe every tear from their eyes and death will be no more." This is a promise for us in the future, but you may wonder what about a hope for those who have already passed away. Feel free to visit JW.ORG for somemore comfort from the Bible for an answer to that.
May you have the strength you need during this very difficult time.
Paul and Elizabeth Bradbury
Jan 22, 2019
Kathy was a very special person who shall be dearly missed. Her smile, her laughter, and her love of animals and nature, were just a part of the reason people loved her. She would welcome visitors at camp with open arms, and she was certainly a person who was instantly loved by all who knew her. Rest in Peace Kathy, we know you will certainly be soaring with the angels.