In Loving Memory of KATHRYN CHASTAIN-TREAT

January 8, 2015 at 11:29 pm 1 comment

Kathryn Treat

Kathryn C. Treat passed away on Sunday, December 21, 2014 @ 2:20 am (California time). On Friday, Dec. 19, after having a wonderful time at our virtual Christmas party, in a virtual chat room with her fellow RRBC VIP Lounge members, Kathryn informed us that she was not feeling well and that she was going to leave. Shortly thereafter, she suffered a hemorrhagic stroke and then lapsed into a coma.

Kathryn was an honorary board member of the Rave Reviews Book Club, where she served as Membership Director from Dec. 2013, until September, 2014. Kathryn is the author of “ALLERGIC TO LIFE: MY BATTLE FOR SURVIVAL, COURAGE AND HOPE” . She inspired and encouraged many with this book so if you have not had the pleasure of reading it, please head to Amazon and get your copy.

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TAKE A LOOK AT HER AWESOME BOOK TRAILER

Kathryn was a dedicated member of RRBC until her passing and she was one of the most supportive members we had…not just to one, but to all. Kathryn leaves to mourn her husband, her mother, her two daughters, a son-in-law and three grand-kids (who she adored more than life), as well as her entire RRBC family. We will have more information to add to this page in the coming days. I have been informed by her husband that there will not be any services until after the holiday.

Let us remember Kathryn and honor her memory by always being kind to one another and by always offering your support to another. It’s what she did. It’s how she lived. It’s who she was. In honor, on the day of Kathryn’s funeral, I would like to ask each of you to please post a page for Kathryn, her bio and book on your site. If you’re interested in participating in this grand show of honor, please email RaveReviewsSecretary@gmail.com, and her photos and bio will be sent to you in advance. (You do not have to be a member of the club to participate). If Kathryn touched your life in anyway, please share your memories and comments below.

Best Wishes,

C. Lynn Williams
Author & Rave Reviews Book Club member

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