Catherine Scott Obituary, Death – Catherine Scott, a dear friend of ours and a member of the Board of Directors for Team Gleason, has passed away. She no longer suffers from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) because she is no longer with us. Catherine was much more to us than just a member of our Board; she was a friend, a guide, and a genuine leader in every meaning of the word for us. We consider her to have been an invaluable asset to our organization. You can take that knowledge with you wherever you go because those of you who knew her are aware that no one was more passionate about making things right and about the people she loved, and you can take that knowledge with you.
You can take that knowledge with you because those of you who knew her are aware that there was no one more passionate about making things right. In the ring, she was a determined adversary to her opponents. She exuded an air of determination in the way that she handled herself. Despite this, it seemed as though love was oozing out of her entire essence. It seemed to emanate from her. Catherine was the only individual regarding whom we had any reason to believe that she was still alive, and we have excellent reason to believe that she is still alive today.
Not more than a few days ago, Catherine played a significant role in one of our stories and was highlighted throughout the piece.
This week, in an effort to give everyone a chance to laud her qualities and as part of our plan to provide everyone with the opportunity to do so, we have made the decision to highlight her across all of our social media platforms. This decision was made in an effort to give everyone a chance to laud her qualities, and it is also part of our plan to provide everyone with the opportunity to do so. So many of you did. Catherine was one of the extremely few people who had a one-of-a-kind connection to the world in which we live, and she was one of the select few individuals. Catherine was also one of the very few people who had this connection.
There is no question in our minds that she comprehended all that was explained to her, and we are confident that she continues to do so even now. This is an old proverb that has been credited to Steve, and it goes as follows: “Through difficulty, we find our heroes.” Catherine Scott is the only individual who comes to mind when one considers to whom the statement was originally addressed and to whom it currently is aimed. You, Vanessa, and Anthony are in my thoughts and prayers as I hold fast to the hope that God will bless your life with an abundance of love and peace.