I had the privilege of "supervising" Kay during her internship at Research - such a classy lady!
Ed, so sorry to hear about Kay. Happy I could see her at our 50th reunion. She was a good classmate and her academic ability keep me on my toes as she was number one and I was number two-I always kidder her that she took easier classes-which was, of course, not true.
Dear Ed and Family,
It is always sad to learn of the death of a friend from my youth. I first met Kay at the Traverse City municipal skating rink when I was in Junior High. It was the social gathering place and it was there that we public school students first met those from the Catholic school. The girls in Kay's school class were all attractive and we all made sure we met them. Kay was not only attractive, but smart, as I believe she was the only one in her class to graduate from the University of Michigan. I also attended U of M and would run into Kay on campus. On one of those occasions, she introduced me to you Ed. A couple of times, she “fixed me up” with her sorority sisters. I remember at least one time riding home with Kay and her father. Sadly, our ways parted when we graduated. She was obviously a great wife, mother, church member and user of her education. My condolences to you all.
I asked Kay to inspect a grandchild who, at age three, was virtually uncommunicative. She pronounced him normal, which greatly relieved the anxiety of his kinfolk. That boy graduated from Rockhurst H.S. as a National Merit Finalist and is now a senior in an honors program at Ole Miss.
Patti, I am so sorry to hear the passing of your mom. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Amy Clarkson