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Kathleen Entwisle

August 7, 1941 — February 20, 2024

Kathleen "Kitty" Canary Entwisle, a beacon of love and faith, passed away peacefully in Canton, GA, on Tuesday, February 20, 2024, at the age of 82. Born on August 7, 1941, in Annapolis, MD, to Clarence and Leigh Canary, Kitty grew up surrounded by the warmth of a close-knit family.

Kitty's life was one of unwavering devotion to her family and her faith. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Stan Entwisle, her brothers, Jim Canary, and her parents. Her legacy continues through her children, Sister Elena, Victoria Entwisle Skuza (Bob), Julie Rogers (Jay), and Ted Entwisle (Paige), as well as her cherished grandchildren, Jared Rogers (Giliana), Tim Rogers (Ingrid), Andrew Rogers (Allie), Jenna Skuza, Jacob Skuza, Allie Skuza, and David Entwisle and her beloved great-grandchildren Hannah, Vivian, Harrison, Emalyn, Darcy, Lynyn, Noa Beth and Ella Mae. Kitty also held a special place in her heart for the many surrogate children who became like her own over the years.

Kitty's life was a testament to her belief that family was her greatest achievement. She was a mother not only to her own children but to the entire neighborhood. Her home was always bustling with life, filled with kids, dogs, ducklings, and a menagerie of other critters. She had an open-door policy, a "come one, come all" attitude that extended beyond her doorstep and into the community. Kitty's faith was the cornerstone of her existence, and she dedicated her life to sharing the love and teachings of Christ with everyone she met. Her influence and guidance have left an indelible mark on countless lives. Kitty's interests were as diverse as the guests who frequented her home. She was the quintessential mom to the neighborhood, always ensuring that her house was a sanctuary of warmth and acceptance. Her ability to make everyone feel loved and important was one of her most remarkable qualities. Kitty's conversations often included stories of faith, and she made it her mission to ensure that everyone knew about Jesus.

As we remember Kitty, we celebrate a life rich in love, faith, and service. Her spirit of generosity and her unwavering commitment to her family and faith will continue to inspire those who knew her. Kitty's life was a beautiful tapestry woven with threads of kindness, compassion, and an enduring belief in the goodness of people. Kitty's passing leaves a void in the hearts of those who loved her, but her memory will be cherished forever. She was a guiding light, a source of strength, and a true example of selfless love. Her family takes comfort in knowing that Kitty's legacy will live on through the lives she touched and the community she helped build.

As we bid farewell to Kathleen "Kitty" Canary Entwisle, we hold tight to the memories and the lessons she imparted. Her life was a journey of joy, her home a haven of hospitality, and her heart a vessel of boundless love. Kitty's story does not end with her passing but continues in the lives of those she loved and the faith she so fervently shared. May she rest in peace, knowing that her love will continue to echo through generations.

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