It's been years since I have seen Aunt Kay, but I remember her as a kind and loving person. Both Scott and I have fond memories of good times visiting the house on the river. Ann, Scott and I offer our sincere condolences to the family.
Aunt Kay was by far the most remarkable woman I have ever met. She always had the time to listen and offered the most insightful advice. Kind, intelligent, warm, loving, resourceful, and always thought of others. She will always be remembered warmly and fondly by me and my entire family. (The Jack Sr. and Dorothy Simms Family)
Courtney & Nick - So sorry to read about your Mom. We were blessed to know her and
be on the receiving end of her smiles.
Frank and Lois Duiven
I forgot to sign our names to my post.
Kay was a wonderful and lovely woman and I went to FH high school when she worked there. It was great when Kathleen Simms Russell and family would visit GR and we would all get together at a resturant, with Kay and Court for lunch.She live a long life, as my mom is (99 years old) and she will be missed very much.
Dear Court and family,
Please accept our sympathy on the death of your dear Mother. What a special lady she was. She always had a smile and positive outlook on life.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Mary and Rick Bartling
Dear Nick & Court:
Dad and I were very sorry to hear of your mother's passing. She was a wonderful neighbor to dad at Heather Hills and we know you will miss her terribly. Our deepest sympathy to you and your family.
Louis and Richard Vander Kaay
I remember Kay as one of the nicest people that I have ever met. Whenever trouble found her she kept the faith. A very remarkable woman.
Dee Gebbens (Dr. Bakemans Office 1998)
Great lady that will be truly missed. Thoughts and prayers go out to Duiven family.
Nickey, so sorry to read about your mom--lots of good times to remember.
Nick and Sandy, I am sorry for your loss. Looks as mom lived a long productive life.