Juliet Kay (1947 - 2017)

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Juliet Kay, 69, passed away on March 10, 2017, from natural causes.
Juliet Meena Kay, baptized as KochuThresya (little Thresya), aka Juliet Ammini Davis, daughter of Devassykutty and Ammini Edathuruthikaren, was born on September 19, 1947 in Thrissur, India, and grew up in a loving Roman Catholic family in Cherpu, Kerala, India.

Juliet loved school, with math being her favorite subject throughout her life.
At 19 years old, she married her husband, an American Peace Corps worker, and moved to the states. In 1985, Juliet moved to Juneau with her two sons where she attended UAS and worked for the State of Alaska, banks, and stores.

Juliet will be remembered as an innocent, kind, compassionate, and hard-working woman. She read her bible daily and started attending Auke Bay Bible Church in her last few months.

Juliet is survived by her two sons, Mohan Kay and Shajan Kay of California, granddaughter, Ashlynn of Juneau, her sister Helen Edath of California, and brothers Seesan Ed of DC, Sunny Edathuruthikaren and Paul (Bulu) Edathuruthikaren of Kerala, India.

Juliet is loved and missed greatly.
Published in The Juneau Empire from Sept. 19 to Oct. 18, 2017