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January 29, 2009
Kay was a true steel magnolia. Both she & Jimmy V. were inspirations to young & old alike.
January 29, 2009
I am very inspired by the way Kay lived her life on and off the court. What an inspiration for others who are fighting the battle of cancer ! You will never be forgotten !! Go Wolfpack !!
January 29, 2009
I would have liked to have known her...she sounds like an amazing woman!
January 29, 2009
Wow. I'm so sorry the world has lost a legend. She made such a contribution to history through her career and battle with cancer. We see she never allowed her fight get in her way of helping. Her example should have some impact on all of our lives, especially for those of us who are women. Her courage through her battle will help Kay's influence be that much greater. Even though she lost this one, she will not be forgotten. John 5:28,29/Acts 24:15. May we await the day when we will see her again. I hope that her family is so very proud of her and that they will take care of one another in this difficult time. May you throw your grief and sadness upon God because he cares for you (1Peter 5:7) and lean on the strength he supplys (2Corinthians 4:7). I am so sorry for your loss.
January 29, 2009
The Lord know she had fought a good fight so he told this precious angel on home with him. I will keep the family in my prayers.
January 29, 2009
I have followed articles about the Coach for awhile now. I lost my Mom in 1987 after a 13 year battle with breast cancer. Our oldest daughter went to Montana State to play basketball. Coach Yow had incredible courage and perserverance and she left that mark, it is clear, on everyone she touched. Thank you for sharing her with us.
January 29, 2009
I NEVER KNEW COACH KAY YOW , BUT GOD BLESS HER FOR ALL SHE HAS DONE , WHAT AN INSPRIATION SHE IS TO ALL OF US . A WOMAN OF GOD FOR SURE . MAY WE ALL TRY TO LIVE OUR LIVES WITH LOVE FOR ALL ..
January 29, 2009
It occurred to me that the inscription on Francis(Aunt Bea) Bavier's tombstone would be very appropriate for Coach Kay Yow. It reads, "To live in the hearts of those left behind is not to die". Coach Yow certainly lives on in the hearts of many! She was a teacher and teachers "touch the future", as the saying goes. Her lessons will be passed on to many future generations. May she rest in peace but her work go on.
January 29, 2009
I never met Coach Kay Yow, but I love her for all she did for young people. She will be missed by all.
May GOD bless hes family.
January 28, 2009
You were one of the most courageous people in the world, and also one of the most humble. You put a positive spin on something as devastating as cancer, and made the world a better place. Thank you for all of the triumphs on the court and for all the little things in life that you reminded us to notice, and not take forgranted. Rest now, Coach Yow. You deserve it!

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