Grace B. KANE, (nee Bonham), age 94, Loving daughter of Rose (Caine) Bonham of Ireland and Bert Bonham. Beloved wife of Robert Kane (deceased). Dear sister of Irene Rosenbaum, Sr. Helen (HM), Hazel, Elsie Chase, Raymond, (all deceased) and Edward of Utica, New York. Greatest mom ever to Robert (Bernadette), Kathleen (Dan) Cavolo, Dennis (Barbara), Mary (Frank) Bolmeyer and Rosie (Nick) Cugliari. Doting grandmother to Kelly, Marie, Jim, Danny, Mike, Patrick, Colleen, Katie, Kevin, John, Carolyn, Christopher, Lauren, Brian, Emily, Meghan and Meredith. Awesome great grandmother to 32. Loving aunt, great aunt, Godmother, as well as a loyal friend to many.
VISITATION ON SUN., OCT. 27 FROM 12-5 P.M. AT THE ZABOR FUNERAL HOME, 5680 PEARL RD., PARMA (between Snow & Ridge). MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL MON., OCT. 28 AT 10:00 A.M. AT ST. ALBERT THE GREAT CHURCH, 6667 WALLINGS RD., NORTH ROYALTON, OH 44133. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Reilly Irrevocable Trust, P.O. Box 31118, Independence, OH 44131.
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Grace was born in Parma, Ohio in 1924. She attended St. Charles Grade School and Lourdes Academy High School. She was employed at American Steel and Wire Company in market research and sales development. She was active with the USO (United Service Organization), serving the military during World War II. After the war, she married her first grade classmate, Robert Kane who was her husband for more than 61 years.
Grace was active in many charitable and church organizations throughout the years including the Christ Child Society, the Legion of Mary, and St. Bridget of Kildare Renewal Team. She became a homemaker who dedicated her life to her children and grandchildren.
She enjoyed all types of music, traveling, volunteering, and financial planning which she continued into her latter years. She coordinated many social events but mostly enjoyed her large family gatherings.
Grace was known for her humility, wisdom, kindness, humor and strong moral convictions. Today her family mourns their loss but consider them blessed as they treasure the memories of her unending love and support.