I work with Betty Wade (Rm #101) at University Place. I decorate Betty&s door every month and Mrs. Kay was my biggest fan. Her face would light up every time she saw a new theme go upon the door. This past month we had a back-to-school theme and she loved it. She stood outside the door with me and just admired it. She was beautiful not only on the outside, but she was always smiling, happy and just wonderful! I will miss her beautiful face admiring the door decorations and anticipating the following month&s theme. God with her family always.
Rest in peace Mrs. Kay. You were a wonderful woman and every time I decorate the door in the future, I will think of you.
You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. She is in a glorious place now.
Debbie Dunham McCollum(Carolyn and Melvin&s oldest daughter)
Dana and Hannah Post
With Deepest Sympathy,
Fowler House Student Waiter: 1963 - 1967
Fowler House Administrative Food Staff: 1968 - 1970 and 1979 - 1982
I am so sorry to hear of your mother&s passing. I knew both of your parents from when I worked at First United Methodist as their Administrative Assistant for 10 years. Both of your parents were always so sweet!
My prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.
Peace, prayers and blessings.
I would like to share some thoughts with you about your Mother and Father. I knew both of them starting in 1967, and worked with your mother for many years. Unfortunately, this box will not accommodate the message. If you can provide an address, I will be happy to forward the message.