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Kay Berry

September 10, 1937 - August 11, 2020

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Posted by:
Rick and Ann Gehring

Posted on:
August 21, 2020

I was so saddened to read about Kay. I hadn't seen her for a while but she was the best ever nurse for Dr. Marienau. We really enjoyed her happy attitude and she always made us laugh. She was a delight! Running into her after her retirement was always enjoyable. We are very sorry for your loss. A wonderful person!

Posted by:
Erin Hines

Posted on:
August 20, 2020

Kay was such a wonderful lady that I was privileged enough to have met. She always brought the biggest smile to my face anytime I saw her or heard her voice. She made hats for my children and little things for around my home that will be cherished forever. I miss her dearly but feel so blessed to have known her, even for only a year or so. I am sending love to her family and close friends, as her passing has certainly left a hole in their lives. Please know that she was seen and loved and cherished by others in the community.

Posted by:
Gail (Davis) Yaw

Posted on:
August 18, 2020

We were so very sorry to hear about Kay, and we offer our deepest sympathies to Billy and all of Kay’s family and friends. As David D. said, Kay was very much a second mom to all the kids in the neighborhood. She kept us out of the hospital on more than one occasion and mentored me through my first job as a receptionist for Dr. Marienau. What could’ve been a scary experience for a painfully shy teenager was instead time spent with a trusted friend...and, on occasion, quite the adventure. I’ll miss our recent chats in the alley—I was looking forward to moving back and having her there to visit with and to give me gardening tips—but I’m confident we’ll meet again.

Posted by:
Molly O\'Reilly

Posted on:
August 17, 2020

Kay was a wonderful person! We came to know each other when my husband and I built Park cottages across the street from Kay and Cliff. Kay and I shared a love of gardening and a commitment to our wonderful community. She was a bright light of warmth, competence, intelligence, common sense and humor. Her passing will leave a big hole. You have my deepest sympathies for your loss.

Posted by:
Francie Rogers

Posted on:
August 14, 2020

So sorry for the loss of your Mom, Bill. I did not know her but I know she raised a beautiful son. Losing a parent is so hard. Love and prayers with you and your family.

Posted by:
David DeMers

Posted on:
August 13, 2020

So Sorry to hear about this beautiful lady passing. She was like a second mom to me growing up. She always had a wonderful greeting for me and my memories are full of of special moments. She will be missed by all who knew her. To my dear friend Bill, you had a lifetime with one of gods angels, Kay and my mom are having that way overdue cup of coffee. Love to all the family!!