Kathleen Ann (Robinson) Stuart
SALEM, NH It is with heavy hearts that we announce that Kathleen Ann (Robinson) Stuart, 61, of Salem, passed away on Friday, May 22, 2020. She tragically lost her life to Covid-19 despite the exceptional work by the medical staff at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. She had recently celebrated her 33rd Wedding Anniversary with her husband Robert W. Stuart.
Kathy came into this world on March 9, 1959, in Lowell, Massachusetts and was the daughter of the late William and Margaret (McDonald) Robinson. She grew up in Chelmsford and attended the Chelmsford Schools. Ever since a young age Kathy wanted to work in the medical field. After years of working as a caretaker/CNA, she got married, had two children and finally fulfilled her dream graduating from St. Joseph’s School of Nursing. She then went and worked as a nurse and supervisor at CareOne at Lowell for over 20 years. Kathy had a deep passion for helping people and took great joy in caring for her patients.
She built a fulfilling life in Salem, NH with her family. She enjoyed shopping, watching sports and loved country music. Most of all she cherished time spent with her family, especially her children, and was a very loving and devoted mother. Kathy will be remembered for her amazing sense of humor, her infectious laugh and mostly her big heart.
Survived by her husband Bob and daughter Mae Stuart of Salem, NH, stepdaughter Crystal Urness and her husband Doug, step-grandchildren Leah, Jack and Gwen, all of Alberta, Canada, her brother David and his wife Karen Robinson of North Billerica, MA. Kathy also leaves her in-laws and numerous nieces and nephews all of Prince Edward Island, Canada.
She is predeceased by her two sons, one lost at a young age, and Robbie Stuart who passed away in May of 2009. She was also the sister of the late William C. Robinson who passed away in 2018.
Her committal service will take place privately, at the Pine Grove Cemetery in Salem, NH.
Always in my heart. Miss you
I am so saddened by your departure from this world. I will always remember your kind words of encouragement you gave me when I was going through some difficult times. You always knew what to say, so wise and grounded you were even when you had recently gone through your own tragedy. I will miss those late night conversations at work, talking about everything and nothing and also about our Canadian heritage. I will miss your unwavering commitment and support and leadership at work. I will miss you. I know you are now reunited with your dearest Robbie and smiling from up above.
Rest In Peace
Always your friend,