Katherine P.
GREECE: Wednesday, August 29, 2007. Predeceased by her loving husband, Robert; son-in-law, Bob Blume; daughter-in-law, Nancy Davis. Survived by her sons, Robert P. 'Bob' Davis, Jeffrey C. (Donna) Davis; daughters, Christy Blume, Jan (Bob) Steehler; grandchildren, Amanda (Christopher) Hurley, Jamie (Jesse) Brophy, Jared, Joshua, Bob, Mike, Rick & Elizabeth; great-grandson, Tyler. Friends may call Friday (Sept. 7) 5-8 PM at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home 1075 Long Pond Road. Her Memorial Service will be held Saturday (Sept. 8) 9:30 AM at Gates Presbyterian Church. Interment, White Haven Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Pulmonary Fund at Strong Memorial in her memory.

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  1. I have so many wonderful childhood memories of our families. From ice skating to Red Wing games to breakfast picnics in the park. My parents certainly considered your Mom and Dad among their best friends. Our lives have gone in so many different directions. How I would love to see all of you again. For now, I offer you my greatest sympathy. Two more wonderful people are watching down on us from heaven. My Dad died in November also and I believe that they are all enjoying their 5:00 cocktail together right now. There is no more suffering.
    Love, Lynn

  2. Kay and I worked together at Gates Chili High School. We shared many good times and lots of laughs. She entertained us at social functions with her lovely singing.

  3. Kay was one ball of fire who kept us
    laughing at Gates Chili High School.
    Always young at heart and ready to
    entertain at the drop of a hat. Our loss
    is Heaven’s gain. God Bless.

  4. We were so saddened to learn of Kay’s death so soon after Bob’s. We became friends when we were all involved in Brighton Theatre Guild. Bob & Ed built sets. We visited for many years at their Christmas open houses, the last after they moved. Unfortunately, time passed and we went our separate ways. But we have very fond memories of them both. They were such warm, loving people. Our sympathy to the family.

  5. We will miss Kay and Bob at our 388th BG reunions as they added a special flair each year they attended. It is a sign of their love for each other that they were only separated for a short time. It is comforting to think they are now together in Heaven…entertaining the other angels. It was my honor and pleasure to have known you both.
    Alan & Ralph Reese

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