LISBON - Katherine "Katie" Breton, 79, passed away at her home in Lisbon this past weekend.She was born in Lisbon, Aug. 24, 1925, daughter of the late Telesphore and Florence (Norbury) Breton. She graduated from Lisbon High School in 1943 and remained a lifelong resident of Lisbon.After maintaining a job at Worumbo Mill for several years, she became a certified nursing assistant and worked for companies such as Androscoggin Home Health Services.She was a member of Holy Trinity Church, and gave her life to her belief and religion. One of her many sayings were "If you live by the book, you will have a good life." Every day of her life is testimony to how true that is.While her personal life and health remained private, her special way of loving reached out to anyone and everyone she's ever met. Her love was not always evident when meeting her, but it was shown in small acts of kindness - such as donations of food and money to charities, foundations and even friends; she never asked for anything in return.She loved to garden and feeding wildlife, with her 14 bird feeders and salt licks for the deer. She was often seen taking walks with her handmade walking stick down Ferry Road.She was compassionate with a care giving nature about her that will be sadly missed but always remembered.She is survived by her great-niece, whom she often called the daughter she never had, Tonie and her husband, Charles May, of Lewiston; her three special great-great-nephews, Michael and Joshua Trepanier, and Danny Rand; and several nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends.