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March 13, 2007
Hey Momma!

One year ago today.....in some ways it feels like just yesterday, but in others it seems like it's been forever since I've seen you...been able to hear your voice...or just see your smiling face! I miss you so much....think of you EVERYDAY! Sometimes I even think I hear you talking to me....maybe it's just my conscience, but whatever it is, it's a blessing to feel your presence. I love you Momma!
March 29, 2006
I will truly miss Kay. She is one of the very few people who I ever developed as a truly good friend from anywhere I worked. I've missed her and will continue to miss her. She is truly an inspiration to all of us on how to handle whatever life throws at you. She talked about all of her family all the time. Sometimes frustrated or agravated but always with love. She always wanted the best for all of you. Don, she could NOT have loved you more. It would just be physically and emotionally impossible!! Bye Kay, see ya!
March 29, 2006
The world will not be the same for all of us without Kay right here with us. After my husband died, Kay appeared in my life (2001). Her comforting presence (via email and phone) was something I never took for granted...I treasured every minute of time we spent together. Her wisdom, humor, and compassion are/were beyond compare. It always seemed like she had a sixth sense...if I was particularly down I would either get an email or a phone call from her.

My deepest sympathy and love go out to her family. If she had such an impact on me, I can only begin to imagine how much you must all be grieving. The only saving grave is that she is no longer suffering.
March 28, 2006
I was Kays first cousin. We played together when she lived in Great Bend and my family visted her family after they moved to Oklahoma City.

Kay visted my mother when she was in Florida with my brother and his wife and after their visit she contacted me and we sarted e-mailing each oher on a regular basis.

In 2001 she invited my husband Jerry and I to Mississippi for a visit. We were there when the Towers were hit in New York City.

This was the first we had met Don and the two of them showed us a wonderful time and after this time she and Don came to Kansas several times and we spent time together.

I loved Kay very much and will miss her tremendously. I knew what she and her family were going through during her illness as I had gone through this with a close friend.

She will be missed by everyone who loved her.

Phyllis Reifschneider
Hutchinson, Kansas
March 28, 2006
Linda Kay and I were each born in 1944. We shared Harry and Nellie, the most wonderful grandparents I can imagine. In the early years Linda Kay and Loy and Larry still lived in Great Bend, so my earliest memories include them. They were so much fun. I was very sad when they moved away to Oklahoma City. Later on, when they moved to Houston, one of the highlights of my years growing up was the time when Mom,Dad and I flew down to Houston for a visit.

Fast forward to a few years ago, when Linda Kay started sending me e-mails. I wasn't sure what to make of them at first. We have so many cousins, it is hard to keep up with all of them, but her persistence won me over. When she and Don came for a visit last summer, only to turn around and come back to Dad's funeral a week later, I was blown away.

There is no question in my mind that Linda Kay is an angel. Totally, seriously AN ANGEL. From Heaven. The real deal.

Has anybody ever handled a terminal illness with more grace, good humor and dignity?

Linda Kay left her family and all of us who love her with an incredible void, which can never be filled, but the everlasting memory of her indomitable spirit, the ever present smile and her twinkling eyes will never die.

With love and sympathy,
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