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Dear Connie and family, My sincere condolences for the loss of Kaye. I heard she was very brave in fighting for her life, and I definitely admire her for her strength and courage.
Please accept my sympathy at Kaye's passing--I returned home from vacation travel to learn the news, and must share my condolences. Kaye was an esteemed member of the RSM McGladrey Financial Executive Network, and I met her years ago as a peer professional. I always looked forward to seeing her at our monthly continuing education sessions, as Kaye was a joy to be around. May she now rest in peace.
I'm sorry to learn of Kaye's passing. I haven't seen her in several years but was kept updated by others. I know she fought a good fight through this battle and is now resting peacefully. My thought and prayers go to her family.
Frank and Paula Grim Sanders
We are sorry to hear about Kaye's passing. Our first contact with her was back in her Cub Scout days, and the last few years we have seen how much she contributed to our HOA Board activities. She is a very nice, enjoyable woman and will be missed by many. We are sorry we are unable to attend the funeral, but our hearts and thoughts are with you. Our deepest condolences to Kaye's whole family.
I knew Kaye from Johnson Country Area Women's Network, she was a regular and I enjoyed her comments and discussion. I also knew Kaye from my limited time at the Brown Deer womens golf league. She will missed by her many friends. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I will be happy to contribute to the Bird house in her memory
As a "Turnipseed cousin" I spent almost every Sunday afternoon playing games with Kaye (and Connie) at at our Grandma's house in Washington until our grandparents passed away. They were the closest people in my life to be like sisters; and the only other people I was ever dressed alike for Easter! Although life took us in different directions I never ceased to be amazed by the principled and steadfast way Kaye lived her life. And the way she faced her illness was a courageous example for everyone who knew her. In recent years I have been the "taxi' to take Kaye's Aunt Norma and Aunt Martha to North Liberty to see her when I visited Washington from my current home in California. In December, the last time I saw her, I assured her that after struggling with infertility myself for years, I was sure Andrew and Lisa would prevail just as I had. I'm so happy Kaye was able to celebrate the knowledge of her third grandchild (and second grand-daughter) before passing. I'm sorry I can't be with all of you this week. I'm definitely there in spirit.
Shawn and Andrew, We are so sorry to hear the news of your Mom's passing. She was always such a lovely person. Our thoughts are with you.
Remembering Kaye as a young girl as we grew up together. She was always the steady one who was good at math and could laugh easily.
She has inspired me as she faced down this illness.
I hope I am as brave when the time comes.
My best to Connie and both of her sons and that new grandchild on the way
Connie---We are very sorry to hear about your sister, Kaye..our sincere sympathy to everyone in your family.... I have posted these 2 photos that I took of the group of the girls at Chris Wilson's celebration of life, I am sorry I didn't get them to you earlier--lost track of that CD...today I found it..thank goodness. Love Jan
I am sorry for your loss. Kaye has always meant a lot to our family. She will be greatly missed.
Thinking of your family in this time of sorrow. I met Kaye several times here in KC & always enjoyed visiting with her. She was a wonderful caring person & will be missed by all. Sympathy to the family. Diane DeWitt
I worked for 12 years with Kaye while employed at City Carton Recycling. She was always so kind and helpful to me. She had such a calm way of explaining financials to me. I have many warm memories of Kaye while working with her. I will miss her greatly.