Catherine J. (Vlahos) Wetherbee
of Dracut

 

Catherine J. (Vlahos) Wetherbee, 74, of Dracut died Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at the Northwood Rehabilitation and Health Care Center in Lowell.

Born in Lowell, she was the daughter of the late Orestes and Athanasia (Eliacopolous) Vlahos.

Catherine worked for the Dracut Police department as a dispatcher. She had previously worked as a bartender in the greater Lowell area.

She was a member of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church of Lowell.

Catherine was a volunteer for the Good Samaritan Suicide Prevention. Her greatest joy was spending time with her family, and helping those in need.  She was a longtime resident of Dracut.

She is survived by her daughter, Pamela and her husband, James Bradbury of Litchfield, NH; sister, Maria Vlahos of Dracut; grandchildren, James and his wife, Laura Bradbury of Manchester, NH, Chelsey Bradbury Lamarre and her husband, Corey Lamarre of Litchfield, NH; great grandson, James Bradbury; extended family, Mickey Lamarre, who she considered her daughter, Mickey’s husband Brian Lamarre, and grandchild, Alec Lamarre of Dracut.

Private services were held at the convenience of the family. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041.

  1. Matthew Hankins says:

    My deepest condolences to the entire Bradbury family. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you need anything!

  2. Chick Wetherbee says:

    so so sorry

  3. Michelle Aprahamian says:

    What a wonderful person she was second Mom to me growing up. Heaven gained a beautiful angel!

  4. GAIL PAQUIN says:

    Pamela, Family and Friends, I’ve known Cathy since she worked with my Dad at D.P.D. She has always been one of the sweetest people I’ve ever known. My heart breaks to hear this news. My thoughts are with you.

  5. Amy Roemer says:

    💙 Thevlast time I saw Cathie she gave me a big smile and a big hug. That is how I always remember her. So sorry for your loss, Pam, Jim, Chelsey, & Jim.

  6. Sue Cooper says:

    Pam, family and all the friends and people who she has touched over the years. I feel priviledged to have met Cathy at our family gatherings. I regret not getting to know her even better. I really did want to take her fishing. Heaven must of needed someone up there to liven up all with her jokes, funny sayings and her loving caring heart. My heart goes out to you all for the loss of such a wonderful woman.

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