Kathy Louise (Robinson) Haddad, age 50, died on Wednesday July 7, 2021, at PBMC after a long courageous battle with cancer. She was surrounded by loving family members when she passed.
Kathy was born on December 11, 1970, to Wilbert L. Robinson and Priscilla A (Srock) Robinson in Waterbury, Connecticut. She was the youngest of five siblings. Known as the “baby sister,” Kathy was a quiet and shy person. She also had a unbreakable sense of humor, even up to the very end. She had a sweet disposition, much like her mother, and she always spoke sweetly about everybody.
Kathy graduated from Georges Valley High School in 1989. She worked locally in retail until she met Thomas J. Haddad and moved to Connecticut. They married on May 21, 1994, in South Thomaston, Maine then returned to Connecticut and made their home in Chaplin until they moved back to Maine. They divorced in 2014, and Kathy returned to the Rockland area to be closer to her siblings.
Kathy was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006. She completed treatment and remained cancer free until it returned in 2016. She had fought a long and courageous battle without losing her sunny disposition.
She was predeceased by her parents. Kathy is survived by her son John E. Haddad of Warren, her daughter Jordan E Haddad and fiancé Adrien of Augusta, and her son Thomas J. Haddad Jr. of Augusta.
On November 28, 2019 she was blessed with the birth of her grandson Jameson, who was the love of her life.
She also leaves behind siblings, Norene Jones and husband George of Thomaston, Kim Lavway and husband Michael of Appleton, Kelly Jackson and husband Daniel of South Thomaston, and Webster Robinson of Thomaston. Also aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, great nieces, and great nephews who all loved her dearly. She will be sadly missed by all who loved her.
Burial and celebration of life will be private. At this time the family would like to thank the Cancer
Care Center at PBMC, the medical surgical unit, and the SCU. Thank you for the wonderful care Kathy received.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Kathy’s name can be made to the Cancer Care Program and mailed to PenBay/Waldo Healthcare Foundation 22 White Street, Rockland, Maine 04841.