Added: Sascha Koeller - Date: 17.09.2021 06:40 - Views: 11350 - Clicks: 6550
A Memorial Mass will be held on Tuesday, May 14, at a. Patrick Catholic Church in Imogene.
Burial will follow in the Mt. Calvary Cemetery in Imogene. The family will receive friends one hour prior to services at the church.
Memorials may be directed to the St. She was a 5'2" tower of strength. At the early age of eight, Kay lost her mother to a heart attack and shortly thereafter, her father realized that raising three young kids was beyond his ability.
Their Aunt Lois Lightfoot and Uncle Roy Anderzhon opened their hearts and raised the three kids as their own on a farm north of Farragut. They began their life together in a farmhouse north of Imogene and in December of she gave birth to Anthony Paul Tony. In she lost a premature baby girl and two months later on February 27,her beloved Tommy was killed in a car collision. It was their second wedding anniversary.
Kay later returned to college, got her degree in ing, and worked for several years at Timberline Pipe Co. Her next move took her to Carson City, NV, where she put her ing skills to work at International Printing, a company owned by her sister Glenda and husband Bill Duckworth. In the mid's Kay moved home to Farragut. Her Iowa careers included a short stint at the Shenandoah Walmart and then back to the office environment of Mac Malloy Motors.
Upon retirement, she enjoyed reading her many books and cheering on the Denver Broncos and St. Louis Cardinals. Her face was familiar in many area Bridge clubs, she was a retired member of St. Left to cherish her memory are her son Tony, stepchildren Debbie and Mike, six grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren, brother Jerry, sister Glenda, several in-laws, nieces, nephews and an abundance of friends.Farragut Iowa scort girls
email: [email protected] - phone:(495) 754-1303 x 6886
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