Cathy R. Breish
Breish, Cathy R. (nee Rudolph) (July 19,2016)Beloved wife of the late John W. Jr. Devoted mother to John W. Breish III, Charles (Colleen) F. Breish, and Eric (Kerri) C. Breish. Grandmother of 3. Loving daughter of Marilyn and the late Richard H. Rudolph. She will also be missed by her sister and brother Cynthia McClorey, and Richard Rudolph Jr. Relatives and friends are invited to Cathy’s Memorial Service Saturday 7/23 4pm Oreland Ev. Presbyterian Church, where friends may call 3pm. Interment Private. In lieu of flowers contributions in Cathy’s name may be made to Oreland Ev. Presbyterian Church 1119 Church Rd., Oreland, PA 19075 or the Leukemia& lymphoma Society 100 N. 20th St., Suite 405, Philadelphia, PA 19103
I am in Shock. Cathy was a sweet heart. She will be missed. Hugs and prayers to her family
We are so sorry to hear of your mother’s death. Please accept our condolences
Beth and David
Jay, Charlie and Colleen, Eric and Kerri, Cynthia, Richard and Mrs. Rudloph–
I truly don’t have the words….To say how sorry I am is so inadequate. I was just in touch with Cathy about a week and a half ago, and I knew her health had taken a turn for the worse, but I did not know how little time she had left. As you all know, Cathy and I were roommates freshmen year–we were so different from one another but we got along so well. Sophomore year we had adjoining singles which was a wonderful arrangement, and I think we closed the door only when we were ready to go to sleep. Junior and senior years we had to go to a dormitory that had only single rooms, so naturally we were next door to each other. I have nothing but wonderful memories and am so sorry for your loss. If there is anything I can do for any of you, please feel comfortable to email me at the address Craft has for me. My thoughts are with each of you. I feel I have lost so much more than a roommate-I have lost a lifelong friend and confidante-a sister of sorts. Love to each of you. I know two more grandchildren are expected, and I know how much Cathy was looking forward to greeting them. You will have to share lots of happy memories with all of the grandchildren. Their grandmother was just the best! Sending loving thoughts-Steffie Levine
Cathy was one of my closest friends in college and during our twenties. Although our busy lives put us in different states and circumstances thereafter, I always remembered fondly Cathy’s sense of humor and ready smile. I am so sorry to hear of her passing, and I will miss her. My sincere condolences to her family
We’re so sorry to learn of your loss. Hugs and prayers from the whole Gilmartin family.
I was shocked and profoundly saddened to learn of Cathy’s death. I had not known of her illness.
Our family has such happy memories of “the Rudolph girls”, our beloved babysitters. Cathy was alway so cheerful, so good natured, so nice to have around. I can only imagine how much you’ll miss your sister, Cynthia, and my heart aches for you.
I hope you’ll share my sentiments with your Mother. I have no address for either of you and A.Coughlin doesn’t either.
Please know you, Rich, your Mother, and all your family are in my prayers. May your many good memories bring you comfort in the days ahead.
With my love and sympathy,
Thank you for your kind words and memories. I will certainly share your message with both Rich and Mom. Mom is in an Assisted Living Center near our home in MA. We see her often. We are all still trying to recover from this terrible lose.
Hope you and your family are well,