Kathryn A. (Sloan) McCourt, passed away unexpectedly at the Canton-Potsdam Hospital on July 10, 2013. Kathryn was born on April 28, 1971 in Potsdam. Daughter of William N. Sloan and Armande C. Lalonde Sloan, she graduated from Potsdam High School in 1989. She was united in marriage to Sean P. McCourt on July 3, 2004 at St. Marys church in Charlestown, MA. Along with her husband, Kathryn is survived by her 3 children: Jack William McCourt (5 yrs old), Claire Sloan McCourt (2 yrs old), and Will Joseph McCourt (3 months old); 5 siblings: William (Tracey) Sloan, Todd (Dawn) Sloan, Lynne (Jay) Matthews, Suzanne (Robert) Davis, and Carol (Michael) Grant; and several loving nieces and nephews.
After high school Kathy graduated from Providence College in 1993, where she excelled as an All-Star goaltender and helped lead Providence to a National Championship in NCAA Womens Hockey in 1993. Kathryn worked as a Manager of Talent Acquisition and Deployment at EMD Serono in Rockland, MA.
In lieu of flowers, to honor the memory of Kathryn McCourt, a trust has been set up for Kathryns children. Donations are welcome in place of flowers. Checks can be made payable to Stifel Nicolaus, FBO the McCourts lease, send checks to:Stifel Nicolaus c/o Keith Blades, 20 Williams Street, Suite 330, Wellesley, MA 02481.
Avid runner / loving wife and mother / Earned letters in both soccer and softball and was the goalkeeper for the New York State Champion Midget Girls Hockey team from Potsdam. Outstanding athlete in high school, Top Stoners Athlete of the year in 1989.
There will be a memorial service for Kathy on Saturday, July 13th at 9am at St. Marys Church in Potsdam, NY with Rev. Garry Giroux celebrant. Arrangements are with the Garner Funeral Service. Online condolences can be sent @ www.garnerfh.com. There will be a mass of Christian Burial held at St. Marys Church in Charlestown, MA on Wednesday, July 17th at 11 am with burial to follow the service at the Milton Cemetery in Milton, MA. The Dolan Funeral Home will be handling the arrangements in Massachusetts.