Katherine-ALEXANDER-Obituary

Katherine ALEXANDER

Avon Park, Florida

May 17, 1927 – Sep 20, 2012

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I'M SORRRRRRRRY FOR YOUR LOSS!!
I MOURN WITH YOU...
SHE WAS A VERY LOVING, HUG & CARING TO ALL!!
EVEN IN THIS TIME OF SADNESS, MAY WARM MEMORIES BRING A SMILE (LUVING IT GRANNY KAYE W/H MY OLDER SON MATTHIEU; HUG MORE LOTS), WORDS NEVER SEEM ADEQUATE BUT KNOW CARING HEARTS ARE REACHING OUT TO YOUR, MAY YOU FIND COMFORT IN BELIEVING THAT THE BRIGHTNESS OF A LIFE WELL-LIVED CONTINUE TO SHINE & HOPING THAT TIME WILL BRING PEACE AND COMFORT TO YOUR HEART...
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Dear Andy and Family,

Terry and I have many fond memories of Aunt Kate when you all lived in Virginia. I remember spending many Sunday afternoons together watching football and eating her favorite Kentucky Fried Chicken! We'll always cherish the memories of shared holidays spent with your family when you lived in VA Beach.

I loved your Mom's smile and her beautiful eyes....will always remember her with loving thoughts. I know she will be missed by many. RIP Aunt...

To Andy and family. My family and I have known your Mom since our son was only about 3 yrs old .He is now 32. We will greatly miss Ms. Kaye. She was a very loving and caring lady to all. She was always very precious to our family. James & Mayme Ivey

I did not get to see Aunt Kate during the last years of her life (most of her nieces and nephews called her Kate back in the day). I grew up in Pageton, and she was the best aunt ever. She worked at the company store, and always had something for me every week - it could be a dress, coat, candy, etc. I was so proud she was my aunt, and I loved her dearly. I'll never forget the words of advice she gave me before I left home to work in Washington, D.C. I still laugh about that to this day. ...

Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.

Kaye was very unique, no one quite like her. She could bring out the best in someone, because she expected the best out of someone. She might dole out some tough love, but the most important part was definitely the love. She will be missed, but I know she is in a much better place now. Love you Aunt Kaye!

I have many memories of Kaye, she was always one to make you laugh or give you"what for" if she thought you needed it. You could always count on her to tell you what she thought but at the same time be your friend any time you needed one. Goodbye for now.

To andy and family,I am sorry for your loss. All of avon park and I mourn with you. I am sure the love of a son is what kept her going the past several months. I know Allen will be there to welcome her into the arms of GOD. May she rest in peace.

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ALEXANDER, Katherine "Ms. Kaye", age 85 passed away Thursday, September 20, 2012, in Avon Park, Florida. She was born in Pageton, West Virginia on May 17, 1927 to Payton and Stella (Mitchem) White. She was employed at McDonalds for more than 20 years as a hostess and known to all as...

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