Kay Stump
1944 - 2021
BORN
1944
DIED
May 2, 2021
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HAWKER FUNERAL HOME
132 SOUTH SHILLING AVE
Blackfoot, ID 83221-3277
Kay Oram Stump, of Basalt, ID, passed away peacefully at EIRMC surrounded by her family on May 2, 2021.

Kay was born April 7, 1944 in Blackfoot, Idaho to Ellis Hughes Oram and Vera Clark Oram. She was the second oldest of five children. She attended schools in Blackfoot, and graduated from Blackfoot High School. Growing up as a child she often got away with not doing things because she was too "nervous". Her siblings always joked about this.

Kay married DuRell Hansen in August of 1962. In September of 1967, they adopted a baby girl, Kimberly Jo. She brought so much happiness into their lives. They later divorced. Kimberly was Kay's only child.

Kay later married Gene Wilkins. This marriage brought three more children, Jana, Greg, and Karen into Kay's life. She grew to love them very much. Kimberly wanted to have the same last name as the rest of the family, so Gene adopted her. They later divorced, but remained friends.

Kay loved playing softball, she played on a team with her sister, Marti that was coached by their father, Ellis. They had many great times together. Kay also enjoyed camping, fishing, and spending time with her family. Some of her favorite times were spent taking her grandchildren camping. They loved going camping with grampy and grammy. They had a lot of fun fishing, shooting guns, and going on long four wheeler rides. Kay's grandchildren were her pride and joy in life. She was even more excited to become a great grandma. Her great grandkids loved their "Grandma Great!"

In 2006, Kay married Dean Stump. They were married 11 years before he passed away. They had many good times together. She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Dean joined the church, and they were later sealed.

Kay spent the last few years volunteering at Bingham Memorial Hospital. She did this with her sister, Lorna. Last year they both received the Servant's Heart of the Year award, she was honored to receive such an award.

Kay is survived by her daughter, Kimberly (Bret) Lockyer of Basalt; her three grandchildren, Whitney (Junior) Flores of Blackfoot, Kristopher (Shelby) Lockyer of Shelley, and Taylor Lockyer (Brent Ethington) of Idaho Falls; seven great grandkids, Bentley, Bristol, James, Addilynn, Lucas, Remingtyn, and Raylynn; siblings, Lorna VanHorn of Blackfoot, Richard (Sharon) Oram of Lindon, UT, Kent (Dawnette) Oram of Pocatello; brother-in-law, Wayne "Tucker" Johnson of Divide, MT; and many nieces and nephews who called her "favorite aunt Kay".

She was preceded in death by her parents, Ellis and Vera Oram; her grandparents; husband, Dean Stump; husband and friend, Gene Wilkins; sister, Marti Oram Johnson; and brother-in-law, Robert VanHorn.

A funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. Friday, May 7, 2021 at Hawker Funeral Home. Family will meet with friends from 6:30-8:00 p.m. Thursday, May 6, 2021 at Hawker Funeral Home and for one hour prior to the service.

Those who would like to participate in the service from home are invited to view the service on a live broadcast at www.hawkerfuneralhome.com/page/broadcasting

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Published by Post Register from May 4 to May 5, 2021.
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I am so sorry for your loss. We had a lot a fun times together and she was always there when I needed her most.
Lynette Moran
Friend
May 13, 2021
Kay worked as a manager for Arctic Circle in Shelley Idaho during the 90's. As I recall those days Kay was a fun loving friend to all of us. We had some really good times. I appreciate her example and influence during those years. Deepest sympathies Brett, Kim and your family.
Jill Lott
Friend
May 8, 2021
We are so sad to here of Kaye´s passing. We were so blessed to be part of their meeting each other and living next door to them for all those many years. She was very beautiful out side as well as inside. She really loved her family all of you lite up her life. She will be missed by many
Joan and Fred Ball
May 7, 2021
Kay’s sister Marti and I were good friends. Kay, Marti and I all played ball together with Big “E” (Ellis) as our coach. I spent many hours in the Oram home and love them all dearly. Kay was always so cheerful, even when I knew things weren’t going her way. She will be missed ❤
Kerry Christiansen
Friend
May 7, 2021
I will never forget how she could brighten a room. She is and will forever be "Favorite" Aunt Kay. My love is with everyone even though I cannot be.
Kelsey Brown
Family
May 7, 2021
What was a lot of fun to be with. I will miss her smiling face.
Her cousin Gayle Dance
Gayle Dance
Family
May 5, 2021
Kay was/is a wonderful human being. she was always willing to help others as exemplified by her countless hours of service to the hospital and its people. I don't know anyone as much as Kay and her sister Lorna who have given so much, for so many here at Bingham Memorial Hospital.
She had a wonderful sense of humor and was sensitive to others needs.
Kay....you will be dearly missed!

I am so glad you and your sister were honored with the Servant's Heart award, selected from nearly 1100 employees. what an honor!
michael harris
Coworker
May 4, 2021
So sorry for your loss. She was always cheerful and fun to be around. Great smile and laugh. She will be missed by many. May God Bless .
Ralph Mortensen
Friend
May 3, 2021
I’ll miss you my friend. Love you!!!
Nancy Williams
May 3, 2021
I will always love your family. They were my second family. When ever my Mom was sick, I was sent over to Oram’s house. Thank you for all you’ve done for me. I will miss her!! Love all of you. Nancy and Stanley Williams
Nancy Williams
Friend
May 3, 2021