Atwood, Kathleen

Kathleen Eden Atwood, 94, of Farmington, widow of Allen J. Atwood, to whom she was married to for 53 years, passed away peacefully Friday, March 1st. Born in Penrith, England, September 20th, 1918, daughter of the late Joseph and Mary (Masson) Eden. Prior to retiring, Kathleen worked at The Travelers Insurance Company as a Supervisor in the Keypunch Department for 28 years. She loved watching UConn Women’s Basketball and camping in New Hampshire for many years. Kathleen is survived by her four children, Shirley Domin of Granby, Richard Atwood and his wife Pamela of Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, Pollyann Boucher and her significant other Bill Winter of Alton, NH and Robert Atwood and his wife Ann of Barkhamsted, her eight grandchildren, Stefanie, David, Jennifer, Jonas, Amy, Sarah, Brittany, and Emily, nine great grandchildren, her very dear friend, Wally Mercer, her loving and caring caregiver, Lynda Scott and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her three sisters, Elsie Clarkson, Eunice Gould and Florence Havens. Funeral services and burial will be private at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in her memory may be made to the American Heart Association, 5 Brookside Drive, P.O. Box 5022, Wallingford, CT 06492.

Calling Hours

Private

Funeral Service

Private

Burial

Private

Memorial Contribution

American Heart Association, 5 Brookside Drive, P.O. Box 5022, Wallingford, CT 06492

2 Responses to 'Atwood, Kathleen'

  1. kate sheely says:

    Ms. Domin: I’m very sorry to hear about the loss of your mother.
    –Kate Sheely and family

  2. To the Atwood family – Shirley, Polly, Richard & Bob,
    Ron & I offer our condolences to all of you upon your Mom’s passing.
    She was a strong independent woman and we know you all loved her
    dearly. She would wish you all the best in life in the years ahead
    without her.
    Our thoughts are with you in the weeks ahead.
    Ron & Jan

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