March 23, 1959 ~ November 6, 2022

Born in: Salem, Massachusetts
Resided in: Lawreneville, Georgia

On Sunday, beloved daughter, Catherine (Cathie) Grant, age 63, passed away at her home in Lawrenceville, Georgia. Born in Salem, Massachusetts on March 23, 1959 to Carolyn B. and Albert E. Grant. She spent much of her early childhood as a military dependent with her family. Living in Massachusetts, Texas, Germany and Georgia with visits to dad’s duty stations in Florida and Hawaii. Cathie graduated from Savannah Vocational Technical High School in 1978 with a certificate in Data Processing which launched a long career starting out as a keypunch operator at Savannah Bank, which led to many years as a successful operations control manager at Fiserv Inc. ending in 2021.

Always quick with a smile and caring kindness, Cathie’s love for music and service to the Lord found her serving as a worship leader in churches she attended. She loved to serve in a prison ministry in Gwinnett County under Barnabas Ministries, which serves in the rehabilitation of prisoners. This had the positive effect of making acquaintances who she would see later after they were released. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Barnabas Ministries https://www.barnabasministriesga.org/donate

Cathie is survived by her father, Albert and brother Kevin. Family and friends are invited to calling hours at Granite United Church, Salem, NH, on Saturday, December 10, 2022 at 10:30am. A memorial service will follow at 11:00. A private graveside service will be held on Friday, December 9,at Hamilton Cemetery at 10:00am, for immediate family.

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  1. CandleImageI worked with Cathie at Fiserv. Whenever I would run in to her somewhere, she would always stop to talk to me. Always so kind and never had anything bad to say. Heaven has definitely gained an angel.

  2. CandleImageI worked with Cathie at Fiserv for many years. She was very kind and always had a smile for everyone. She told me once how much she loved working with the prison ministry. I know when she got to heaven God said to her “well done, good and faithful servant”.

  3. CandleImageCathie was a special individual and will be missed. No matter what was going on with around her, she approaching everything in life with a smile on her face and a loving and carrying attitude. She trained many people over the years and had the perfect amount of job knowledge and patience to do that successfully. I will miss Cathie and my thoughts and prayers are with her family as grieve her loss but celebrate her life.

  4. I will never forget her laugh. Always smiling and making everyone around her smile too! My heart goes out to her family! She will be missed!

  5. CandleImageI am very saddened by the news of Cathie passing. I worked with her at Fiserv and we’re cube neighbors when I worked at the Norcross office for a long time. She was a regular “Chatty Cathie” and I had many wonderful conversations with her over the years. I always admired her positive and upbeat personality and her love of the lord and to those (prisoners undergoing rehabilitation) that most people probably would not take the time to care about. She was such a lovely soul and I still remember my last conversation with her where I had given her the latest update on my life after not connecting with her for sometime and how I had started going back to church and following the Lord and I still remember how happy that made her to tell her that. She will be greatly missed and I’m sorry that I didn’t really have an opportunity to say goodbye to her in person before I left Fiserv. My heart and prayers go to her and her family.

  6. Cathie was such a great friend. I will miss her smiling face and crazy stories. She was so funny and had a wonderful heart. She loved Jesus and now she gets to sit as His feet. I know I’ll see you again one day but I wish I could have seen you one last time. I love you and miss you already. Prayers for your family 🙏🏼. Cathie was one of a kind.

  7. CandleImageCathie was always one of the most upbeat people you could ever meet. Always looking for the bright spot in any event. While I worked and knew Cathie for over 30 years at Fiserv, she was always the same. If you ever needed a pick-me-up, just talk to Cathie. Always willing to help and always did. Great co-worker and better friend. She will be missed. My condolences go out to her family and many of the people I still work with and call friends.

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