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Shirley Amen posted on 7/23/21
I am so happy to be able to have called Kay my friend. Never before have I me a person with such courage and optimism. Kay always thought of others even when she had more on her plate then she could handle. When you spoke to her she would always ask how you were doing. In April, when the weather outside was quite nice Kay would be outside working in the yard. I would tell her to slow down and not try to do everything at once. I guess she must have known what little time she had left. Kay was a beautiful lady both inside and out. Her smile was infectious and her caring nature was genuine. After I moved in April, Kay and I kept in touch through phone and text messages. At times she was so ill she could not even speak but we still communicated. Deepest condolences go out to Tom and Kay’s children and grandchildren. Embrace all the wonderful memories you have and may you find some comfort in knowing how much she cherished each of you.
 

 
Terrie Haas & Melody Haas Hatman posted on 7/22/21
Was so sorry to hear of this loss. Will miss seeing your lovely face at mass.
 

Jeff Szymczak posted on 7/20/21
It is near impossible to define how difficult it is to be the spouse of someone serving in he public eye like she did. Yet she always did so with a smile and kind word - even when it wasn’t earned. Kay was a very special person and those who met her know the world is a little better because of the life she led. God bless.
 

 
Bev Hoeft posted on 7/20/21
You are always in our hearts, all our love Bev and Gordon