Kitty is survived by: three children, Michael Crosson, Cheryl Osler and Michele (Mike) Paquin; brother, Pat (Rose) Chobaniuk; sister, Sue (Mike) Adams; seven grandchildren; and one special great great grandchild.
Kitty loved her family deeply, providing them with guidance and unconditional love with a sense of humour. “Nana” was so loved by all her grandchildren.
Kitty also loved her AA family and proudly celebrated 41 years of sobriety.
Cremation has taken place and Kitty will be buried in Canmore, Alberta with her parents at a later date.
Those wishing to remember Kitty can do so by making a donation to Saskatoon and District AA - 245 3 Ave S #515, Saskatoon, SK S7K 1M4.
God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot
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