Catherine E. Voigt, affectionately known as Kay, made the world a little brighter with her loyal, funny, generous, and loving presence. Born on August 2, 1933, in Plymouth, Pennsylvania, she brought joy to many throughout her life. Kay resided in Horseheads, New York, but her journey started in Hunlock Creek, Pennsylvania and took her to places like Long Island, New York, and Greensboro, North Carolina. She was a devoted Registered Nurse, retiring from Cone Hospital in Greensboro, North Carolina, where she cherished her time working in the maternity ward.\n\nKay was not just a hard-working nurse; she was also a woman of many hobbies and talents. She loved playing the piano in church alongside her friend Diane. She was a member of Christ Community Church and the Choral Society of Greensboro. When she wasn't playing piano, Kay enjoyed sewing, knitting, spending time in her garden, and doing puzzles. Spending time with her family, including her many beloved dogs, was what mattered most to Kay, and she loved going out to eat and enjoying company of family and friends.\n\nKay is survived by her daughter-in-law Barbara Richer, her sons George (Sharla) Voigt, Paul Voigt, and Glenn (Heidi) Voigt, and her 9 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her father Robert Evans, mother Emily Evans, three sisters, one brother, daughter Karen Knight, and granddaughter Tiffany Knight. Kay's loving spirit will live on in the hearts of those she touched.\n\nWe would like to extend a special thanks to Barb Clark, Kelly's Angels and Care First for your passionate, loving care for Kay. \n\nPlease feel free to share your memories and upload photos to Catherine's memorial page to celebrate her vibrant life and the impact she had on everyone who had the pleasure of knowing her.