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Kathryn Driver

Kathryn Driver (Mason)

October 11, 1944 - April 11, 2021
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Kathryn Mason Driver, age 76 of Haycock Township, Quakertown, Pennsylvania, passed away peacefully on April 11, 2021 after a courageous battle with cancer.

Born in Spartanburg, SC, she was the daughter of the late William Logan and Katie Ruth (Cheek) Mason

Kathy was always extremely generous with her love as demonstrated in the way she loved her husband, children, grandchildren, sister, and their extended families profoundly and unconditionally. Kathy also had many close friends who cared deeply for her and rejoiced in their time spent with her. It was Kathy’s effervescent love of life, incredible sense of humor, relentless optimism, and her ability to be kind to everyone that inspired all who knew her.

Kathy married her high school sweetheart, Ed Driver (predeceased in 2009), and they enjoyed 42 wonderful years of marriage. Together, Kathy and Ed loved spending time with family and friends cooking, eating, playing poker, or simply sitting on porches catching up and telling stories. When alone, Kathy and Ed loved taking long road trips, going to the movies, and picnicking along the Delaware River. Their love was exceptional.

Kathy loved the arts, especially old films, literature, poetry, and music. She would often quote from memory long passages from favorite books, poems, or songs to illustrate a point or share a meaningful message. She also loved collecting antiques and artwork from local and renowned artists. She was a passionate football fan and fiercely loyal to the Philadelphia Eagles and the Georgia Bulldogs.

In high school, Kathy was captain of her basketball team, an avid tennis player, and a camp counselor during summer breaks. Along her way to earning a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Georgia, she was honored with membership in the Phi Beta Kappa academic honor society. In her professional life, Kathy served as a senior account executive at Bucks County Magazine where she served for 27 years, and was well-loved by her colleagues as well as her clients. Kathy also contributed her passion and expertise to the Bucks County Chamber of Commerce and as a board member of the James A. Michener Art Museum located in Bucks County.

While contributing to her profession and to society was important to Kathy, nothing was more sacred to her than being with family and friends. Kathy loved visiting her children and four grandsons and being an integral part of their lives. She also loved spending time with her sister, brother-in-law, nephew, niece, great-nieces, and great-nephew and was very much a part of their lives, too. She held close ties with and cherished the relationships she had with her relatives from Georgia, calling them regularly and visiting every opportunity that she could. Her friends would often gather for birthdays, book clubs, or for no reason at all other than the fact that they missed each other. Kathy brought her fun-loving personality to everything she did, and her biggest smiles came from playing with young children, being silly, making them laugh, and helping them dream bigger dreams.

Kathy is survived by her children Jennifer Harrington (Christopher), Kerry Driver (David), and Matthew Driver (Melanie) along with four grandchildren, Ryan Harrington (Jess), Kieran Harrington, Duke Hoffman, and Kam Hoffman as well as her sister and very best friend Vicki Miller (Butch), her nephew Jonathan (Karen) and his children Aliah and Brendan, and her niece Kristen Miller and her daughter Georgia.

Kathy was a very special person who brought a smile to everyone’s face. She was one-of-a-kind and will be deeply and forever missed, but always celebrated.

A private family service will be held at a later date, per Kathy’s wishes. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the James A. Michener Art Museum.

https://www.michenerartmuseum.org/join-support/giving-opportunities/how-to-make-your-gift/

A celebration of life event will be planned for the near future, and friends and family will be contacted with details.
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Tom, Lucy, Lisa, Annie and Thomas Rutherford

Posted at 12:17pm
Our best wishes and thoughts are with you - we did have some fun times -
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Kathie Bachmann

Posted at 01:48pm
I'll forever miss our
wonderful lunches at restaurants along the Delaware. Always a great time.
Kathy was a special friend, always positive. We shared our love of books and delicious food.
I will miss her so much.
My deepest sympathy to her family.

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Vicki miller

Posted at 10:40am
We hurt so much because we loved so much.❤️ Kathy Mason Driver

Today, April 11, 2021 is the saddest day of my life. I lost my sister - my best friend – my partner in crime – my confidant – my other half - my ROCK! In these moments of heartbreaking grief I know the empty space is because we were blessed with a love so beautiful it became part of our soul.
I thought Kathy would always be in my life - and there will never be a day that goes by that I will not think of her and miss her terribly. She has been by my side through every happy and every sad event of my life ...AND NOW I MUST FACE THE SADDEST OF THEM ALL WITHOUT HER.
The world as we know it has changed forever. Kathy took a piece of all who love her to light her way-but she left us with so much more. She left us with the memories we each hold so close to our heart. She blessed each of us with her beautiful spirit and love of life.
I can’t begin to name the memories we have made. As children we PLAYED together- As adults we PLAYED together. Birthday parties, Holidays,River trips, Picnics, Lunches, Road trips, Hawaii trips, and then there was always “Sissy Time”.
Kathy was book smart and life smart... One of the most intelligent people I know. If you had a question she had the answer...and if she didn’t know the answer she made one up. (Inside humor for those who really knew her) Of course we all know she was usually SPOT ON with her knowledge!!! The love Kathy had for her children, her grandchildren, and her family and friends was immeasurable. The love she had with Ed was inspirational.
The last several years have been hard for my family. My sister was by my side every minute! There was NEVER a time that I needed her that she didn’t come running. She was and is such an integral part of my family. She supported us all in her own special way. She is adored by Georgia...Kristen’s daughter. They developed such a close bond. Kathy is Georgia’s favorite person by far.
This is a sad and devastating time for anyone who knew my sister- but how can you think of Kathy and not SMILE! We are a Blessed Family and Kathy was a gift to us all. May the Circle of Love and Family Never Be Broken. Nothing on earth can separate a love that has grown to be a part of the heart. I will always smile when I think of you my sister and I will miss you every day of my life. I know that someday we will see you again and although that may be many years-in the space of all eternity-that is but a speck in time.
Thank you for being my sister and my friend. I thank God you were in my life. I will carry your heart in my heart forever.
What a Celebration that must be going on in Heaven right now. The CHEEKS-MASONS-DRIVERS-and MILLERS. Give everyone hugs from us Kathy. I can rejoice in knowing you and Ed are together again.❤️

I LOVE YOU SISSY❤️

We will always be THE MASON SISTERS ❤️

Watch over all of us ❤️

PEACE...BE STILL ❤️
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