Kathryn Gabel

Kathryn M. Gabel

Tuesday, July 22nd, 1958 - Monday, February 22nd, 2021
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Kathryn Gabel, age 62, of Bordentown, NJ passed away, peacefully, surrounded by loved ones at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton Inpatient Hospice after her illness with colon cancer.

Kathy was born in Wilkes-Barre, PA to the late Robert and Kathryn Gabel. She lived in Bordentown for over 20 years.

Kathy was employed as Director of Volunteer Services at RWJ Barnabas Health Hamilton. She was admired for her integrity, energy, sense of humor, and engaging personality. Kathy’s legacy is her development of the volunteer services program and her devotion to her volunteer family.

She is survived by her partner Mariane, and siblings: Joann, Ed, Pat, and Ruth. She was preceded in death by siblings Betsy and Bob. Survived by her nieces and nephews: Rose, Robin, Sharon, and Bobby; Peter, Rob, and Natalie; Brian and Christine; Joe; Liz and Maeve. Preceded in death by niece Julie. Survived by numerous great nieces and nephews.

Kathy and Mariane loved being outdoors walking, biking, hiking, and kayaking with their close friends. Kathy and Mariane made it a point to travel, and recently splurged for a Viking Cruise through parts of Europe.

Kathy was blessed with and loved by loyal friends, family, and kindred spirits. She will be lovingly remembered for her smile, humor, and determination.

Arrangements are private. Memorial gifts may be given to Unite for HER, an organization that helps provide complementary therapies to women facing cancer.

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 Arrangements are under the direct care and supervision of Robert L. Pecht, Bordentown Home for Funerals 40 Crosswicks St. Bordentown, NJ 08505. Please go to Kathryn’s Book of memories page at to upload a picture, make a donation or offer condolences to the family.
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Arrangements are private. Memorial gifts may be given to Unite for HER, an organization that helps provide complementary therapies to women facing cancer.


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Heather Cheesman

Posted at 07:43am
I'm so sad to hear of Kathryn's passing. Many years ago, I was going through cancer treatment and it was Kathryn and the the therapy dog that made my day. She made a difference in my life and many others.

Robin Gilinger

Posted at 07:56pm
Kathy was the family member you wanted to hang around at the many family functions I attended at my dad’s house (my dad was Kathy’s oldest brother....he and my stepmom Bonnie had all of the family get togethers). As I got older, I loved being with her outside of the family environment. I stopped at her house in Bordentown many times ....some on my way home from work. She was my spiritual political guide....and a wonderful friend. As the days move forward, I find more things to miss.

Liz Sattler

Posted at 02:58pm
Kathy was a vibrant and fun loving person, sister, partner, aunt and advisor. She always gave us both good pieces of advice whenever we needed them, even when they’re about anything....about love, life and so much more. She was a visionary and always an important example to everyone who all loved her. I, Liz Sattler remembered her face, smile and lots of encouraging words and the way she makes me both laugh, smile, loved most of all cared for too. Love Liz

Bernie Gross

Posted at 01:29pm

Sue Stefanick

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