Catherine Lee Halloran Obituary, Death Cause – Catherine Lee Halloran passed away without incident on March 9, 2023, at the age of 90, when she was at home in Charleston.
Catherine Conway was the daughter of Martin C. and Regina McAndrews Conway. She was the one who was born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. She received her diploma from St. Ann’s Academy and then attended Misericordia University in Dallas, Pennsylvania, where she received her bachelor’s degree.
Catherine devoted her life to being a good wife, mother, and grandmother who loved her family and supported them in all of their endeavors. She did this by loving and supporting her family in all that they did. She had a charming demeanor, an irreverent sense of humor, and a very generous heart, all of which will be remembered and appreciated by all who knew her. She had a lively and varied circle of friends who contributed to the overall fulfillment of her life.
Her commitment to her family and friends was unwavering and genuine at all times. She thoroughly enjoyed going to the theater in New York City, traveling internationally with her husband Tom and their friends, and spending time on Hilton Head Island while her children were still little. She has been involved with The Charleston Light Opera Guild for many years, both as a patron and a volunteer. Catherine’s children, Erin Oblinger and her husband Philip of Cincinnati, Ohio, Thomas R. Halloran, Jr.
And his wife Stacey of Charleston, and Kitty Sununu and her husband John of Rye Beach, New Hampshire, are the only ones who will carry on her legacy after her passing. She is also survived by her grandchildren Holly Mott and husband Michael, Anne Pohlman and husband Gunnar, Elizabeth Mackey and husband Wil, Thomas R. Halloran III, Gretchen Halloran, John Hayes Sununu, Grace Sununu, and Charlotte Sununu; as well as her great-grandchildren Georgie Mott, Darby Pohlman, and Louis Pohlman.
She was predeceased by her husband, Thomas R. Halloran III. She was preceded in death by her devoted husband Thomas R. Halloran, Sr., as well as by her daughter M. Lynn Halloran. Her parents were also among those who had passed away before her. On Wednesday, March 15, 2023 at 10:00 in the morning, the Sacred Heart Co-Cathedral will be the location of a funeral Mass for the deceased. After the ceremony, there will be a reception and luncheon at the Edgewood Country Club beginning at 11:30 am.