Cathy J. Warrick
Date of Passing:
Warrick, Cathy J., 68, of New Meadow Road, Barrington, died peacefully on August 20, 2021 at the Philip Hulitar Inpatient Hospice Center, Providence, surrounded by her loving family. She was the beloved wife of Charles L. Lightfoot.
Born in Plainfield, NJ, a daughter of the late Robert C. and Lois (Melick) Warrick, she lived in Barrington for 19 years.
Mrs. Warrick was an Accounts Payable Clerk at Citizens Bank for 10 years before retiring in 2015.
Cathy was a devoted animal rights advocate and enjoyed spending time with her loving family.
Besides her husband of 20 years, she is survived by her children, Diana Chevrette of Hudson, MA, Allyson Neilan of Barrington, Stephen Chevrette of Phoenix, AZ, Austin Lightfoot of Portland, OR, Will Lightfoot of Baltic, CT, Kelli Lightfoot of Gunnison, CO and four grandchildren. She was the sister of the late Ellie Morris and Roberta Warrick.
A Memorial Service will be held in the W. RAYMOND WATSON FUNERAL HOME, 350 Willett Avenue, Riverside in the Spring of 2022 when those who loved her can gather safely. Flowers are respectfully omitted. Contributions in Cathy’s memory to the American Cancer Society, 931 Jefferson Blvd., Suite 3004, Warwick, RI, 02886 would be deeply appreciated.
I am a first cousin of Cathy, Ellie and Bobbi. We grew up together in the Plainfield area of New Jersey. I recently found out that both Ellie and Cathy died last year. Heartbreaking. Dear cousins, many wonderful times, especially Thanksgiving at Grandma’s and Grandpa’s (or pop pop). I’m so sorry for your loss of Cathy. May her memory be a blessing.
Deke, so sorry to hear about Cathy’s passing. Keeping you all in my thoughts during this difficult time. My your memories of her bring you comfort in the days to come.
Hi Deek I am so sorry for your loss
I miss my friend Cathy. Bernie and I have had so many good times with Cathy and Deke since we were their witnesses at their wedding on a cold winter day 20 years ago. We’re ready to see you and help with anything you need when you’re ready Deke.
I will miss her sense of humor and candor. Her spirit will live on the the features of her children and grandchildren
Hi Deek, I’m sorry for your loss, it was always a pleasure to see you guys walking and stopping to chat!
Let me know if you need anything!
James, from across the street.