Kay T. Theo

05/29/1939 — 04/19/2001

From Richland, WA, US | Born in Pittsburgh, Pensylvania

Kay T. Theo

Kay T. Theo

 Kay T. Theo of Richland WA passed away at her home on Thursday, April 19, 2001 surrounded by her loving family.  She was born on May 29, 1939 in Pittsburgh, PA.

 In 1961, she completed her education in Pittsburgh and worked for Kaufman’s department store as a credit officer.  She was also a very active member at The Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church in Mt. Lebanon, PA, volunteering in numerous activities and societies.

 On December 3, 1967 in Pittsburgh, PA, she was married to her loving husband Michael G. Theo and in 1970 they moved to Richland where they have lived for 30 years. In 1971, their son George was born in Kadlec Medical Center. During her many years in Richland, while raising her son, she was very active volunteering in the PTA where she was honored with the Golden Apple award, the Richland School District, and she also spent numerous hours volunteer at Hanford High School.  She also held numerous positions with the Benton County election board.

Kay was a very warm, generous, kind, and loving wife, mother and friend to countless people.  She was always interested in her family and her friends well being and was always very supportive of them.  Her family and friends will also remember her for her wonderful ability to love unconditionally, her selflessness, her strong will, and her zest for life.

 She was a wonderful wife, mother and friend who will be missed. Her love, values and strength will be memories that sustain us for the rest of our lives.

 Kay is survived by her husband and son, Michael G. Theo and George C. Theo of Richland; and her cousin Nick Tsatiris of Tarpen Springs, FL.

 She was preceded in death by her father Christos Tsatiris and her mother Irene Tsatiris.

 Funeral services are being held at Christ the King Church, 1126 Long, Richland WA on Wednesday, April 25, 2001 at 11:00 AM.

 In Lieu of flowers, contributions can be made in Kay’s name to the American Cancer Society or to the charity of your choice.

 Einan’s Funeral Home is in Charge of arrangements.

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  • I hardly ever saw Mrs. Theo, but I love every single time that I remember getting to see her. She was always so happy and always made me laugh. I will really miss getting to spend time with her at family functions she was so much a part of.

    Sara Millbauer
    November 4, 2014
    Enumclaw, WA, US
  • Kaye’s battle with her illness was hard fought. Her courage and determination were an inspiration. She was indeed blessed to have the loving support and devotion of Mike and George.

    I will miss Kaye; but, I will always treasure our friendship and be thankful for the my memories of her as a loving friend and neighbor.

    Marilyn Darke

    Marilyn K. Darke
    November 4, 2014
    Richland, WA, US
  • May we offer our condolences. We have a lot of fond memories of you guys sitting behind us at the hockey games. Kay was always so kind to everyone. She will be missed by many.

    Mark & Shirley Patterson
    November 4, 2014
    Kennewick, US
  • I first met Kay while working in the Hanford School Library. She would bring in the newsletters for the PTA, along with the other ladies. We struck up a friendship. She always had a smile. We also found that we had a mutual interest in the Tri-City Americans. We use to of course, give our varied opinons on how the team should be done etc. Had some great conversations about the team. We sat across the ice from Mike and Kay and use to see them between periods, and again put in our two cents worth. She was always upbeat and kind on how she lived her life. She didn’t brag about her son, but you knew she thought and loved him very much. I would see she and Mike at the grocery store and we would have a chat. I will miss her lovely smile and wit.

    My condolences go out to both Mike and George. May God take care.

    Pauleen Kosiancic
    November 4, 2014
    Richland, WA, US
  • I just heard from Nancy Manthos who emailed me of Kay’s passing. My prayers are with you both.

    I remember how much fun Melissa & I had at your home. Kay was a great hostess & i think back of how she loved Melissa huggy bear.

    Please email me sometime, I would love to hear from you.

    Love,

    Matina & Melissa huggy bear

    Matina Balint
    November 4, 2014
    Bethpage, NY, US
  • Dear Mike and George,

    Please know that Katie will always be in my fondest memories. I feel so blessed to have known her, and to have shared her company and friendship. When I babysat ” Georgie” it was more of a night out than a chore. Mike and Katie always made it a fun and special night for the babysitter! I will miss Katie so much…And I know as the years go by I will wonder what advice and wisdow she would have shared. Not many people truely have the gift of listening…I’ll miss her smile and those caring eyes that spoke with emotion and truth. I am so blessed to have been a part of such a wonderful family of friends. Please accept my heartfelt condolences at this time for your great loss. Susan

    Susan Guzek
    November 4, 2014
    Richland, WA, US
  • dear mike and george,i am so sorry for your loss..i wanted to say what a wonderful person katie was in my heart…she had no malice whatsoever about her..suzy and i were talking about her the other night and saying what a woman she was….noone could ever out grace her..she was so quiet about it but she had shown it wherever she was…and whomever she was with…god love her and your family…prayers are with you from our hearts to yours…john,linda and family……xox’s

    linda guzek houdasheldt
    November 4, 2014
    aiken, sc, 298038, usa
  • Kay was one of those late-in- life friends that you would have given anything to meet sooner. Her smile was contagious and she always had that sparkle in her eyes. You knew exactly where you stood with her and how she felt about things. Didn’t spend a lot of time mincing words – just not her style. Her courage, her strength and her faith were amazing. Her love for her husband and her son was ferocious! She would go round and round with them but that was her privilege and no one else’s. I am going to miss her so much. I had so much to learn from her and we ran out of time. It is not only my loss – but everyone’s.

    Dear Mike and George – You were everything to her! You know that she is in a better place and not in pain anymore. You did all that you could and your care of her was the most patient and loving I have ever seen.

    Thank you for sharing her with me. You will never know how much it meant to me.

    Love you both – Penny

    Penny Williamson
    November 4, 2014
    W,, Richland, WA, US
  • I remember growing up with Kay behind as a neighbor. She was always there with a kind word when i was growing up, and I always remembered she had something sweet for us to eat during the holidays.

    Ethan Brackenbury
    November 4, 2014
    Olympia, WA, US
  • Dear Mike and George:

    We are deeply sorry that Kay has passed away. We remember her at ball games that Duane and George played in. She was a very kind and caring person and we always enjoyed talking with her at the games or at Safeway where we seem to often cross paths. We know that she is with Lord, and we will pray for you as you adjust to Kay’s passing.

    Larry, JoAnn and Duane Olsen
    November 4, 2014
    Richland, WA, US
  • Mike & George,

    We were so sorry to hear about Kay and your loss. Kay was such a wonderful person and so very giving. Even though it has been awhile since we have talked, we often think of you both. We enjoyed her cheery outlook on life and she was also a wonderful cook, We always looked forward to her treats!

    We are so sorry for your loss.

    God Bless you both.

    Susan & John Calhoun

    Susan & John Calhoun
    November 4, 2014
    Richland, WA, US
  • Dear Mike & Geroge

    What a time we’ve had as next door neighbors for the last 29 years!

    It is so hard for me to think about not seeing Kay shake her rugs over the front proch rail. Mike & Tim have often jokingly asked over the years “has she shook ’em apart yet?

    Please let us honor Kay at a good old times back yard pot luck dinner. We would like to plan it as soon as the gardens start to yield. No one can fry veggies like “Kay”, but I’ll give it a try.

    If I may help you guys in any way, please let me know how. I’m just a step away!!

    Love DEE

    Dee Young
    November 4, 2014
    Richland, WA, US
  • Mike and George –

    I was saddened to learn of your loss. I will always remember when I first met Kay – she had come to my deli for lunch with some friends. We immediately hit it off when we discovered that we were both “East Coast Greeks!” She was a warm and caring person, with a wonderful sense of humor and a contagious smile.

    I pray that the Lord brings you comfort during this difficult time.

    God Bless you both.

    Karen

    Karen Albers
    November 4, 2014
    Richland, WA, US
  • Mike & George-

    All I have is good memories of hanging out at your house and that is in large part to Kay I will miss her and I am thinking about you both-

    Matt

    She was very much loved, we will miss her and remember her fondly. Our thoughts and hearts go out to you.

    Love, Wendy

    Matt & Wendy Graves
    November 4, 2014
    Beaverton, OR, US
  • Dear Uncle Mike and George-

    I remember one day when I was 10 or 11 years old and had stayed home from school because I had a terrible cold. Aunty Kay invited Mum and me over for lunch, and while I don’t remember exactly what she cooked I do remember that she gave us some incredibly spicy salsa with tortilla chips. It immediately cleared up my nose and made us all laugh because it was so hot! I remember that lunch very clearly because of the way Aunty Kay made me feel happy even though I was sick. It was wonderful!

    I will miss Aunty Kay very much now when I come home- things just won’t be the same. But even though she isn’t with us in body, she is still with all of us in spirit…smiling:

    I love you both very much,

    Dev

    Dev Sen
    November 4, 2014
    New, York, NY, US
  • Dear Mike and George,

    How saddenend we were to hear of your great loss…our loss too. We extend our deepest sympathy to you and our prayers that our risen Lord will give you hope, peace and strength and comfort.

    We love you and hope that we will be able to see you sometime in the near future, so that we can hug you and in some way comfort you.

    We have never seen such a beautiful memorial as this one. Thank you for putting it on the internet so that those of us who are far away can mourn with you and feel close to you and to our beloved Kay.

    God bless you and help you feel our presence with you at this most difficult time.

    May her memory be eternal in God’s Kingdom.

    So much love, love, love,

    Damon and Carol

    Damon and Carol Halkias
    November 4, 2014
    Pittsburgh, PA, US
  • Michael and George,

    I remember Kay with fond memories of graduation and her kindness. Even though I only spent a short time with her I still remember her warm heart and always able to make anyone laugh. My prayers and thoughts are with you both. If there is anything I can do let me know.

    Love,

    Maria Terrana

    Maria Terrana
    November 4, 2014
    Purchase, NY, US
  • Dear Mike and George

    We have fond memories of her when we were with you in Richland. We still remember her cooking and the Walla Walla sweets. She was a very thoughtful and loving person. We will miss her. Sorry we couldn’t make it to the funeral but we hope to see you at the memorial service.

    Love your cousins

    Freda and John

    Freda & John Kouroupis
    November 4, 2014
    Millersville, MD, US
  • Memory Eternal. I am originally from Pittsburgh, PA. I am Carol Halkias’s sister. I dearly remember Kay from my youth. I have seen her at Holy Cross Orthodox church at least once since we both have lived out of town. My deepest sympathy.

    Angie Papalas Sebree
    November 4, 2014
    Louisville, Kentucky, USA
  • Please accept my condolences. Kay and I were friends in Holy Cross Choir during the 1950’s and I taught Kay to drive so she could take her beloved mother, Iro, to run errands and shop. May her memory be eternal….”zoe se sas”. Katherine Gianoutsos Straw 4136 Staffordshire Drive Lakeland, Florida 33809

    Katherine Gianoutsos Straw
    November 4, 2014
    Lakeland, Florida, US
  • Mike & Georgie, you have our deepest sympathy. Kay was a lovely person who I met years ago when we painted her home in Mt. Lebanon, she always had a smile and good words for all. Mike, may her memory be eternal, and may she rest in peace. Love Frank and Connie

    Frank & Connie Barlamas
    November 4, 2014
    Ambridge, PA, US
  • My heartfelt sympathy I extend to you George, and your father, Michael. I am deeply saddened by your loss and my prayers are for your strength through this time of sorrow.

    Barb Preas
    November 4, 2014
    Walla, Walla, WA, US
  • Kay was a dear person and friend. We shared many exciting escapades as volunteers while our children were in high school at Hanford.

    Once they graduated we went different paths. I often thought of her and frequently told myself we need to visit more often. Regretfully, it’s too late physically, and I will miss her. But, mentally I already have communicated with her, and I know she is at peace.

    I was unaware of her illness. And, sorry I didn’t stay in closer touch.

    Our condolences to her loving family Mike and George.

    Love, the Penningtons

    Lynda Pennington
    November 4, 2014
    Richland, WA, US
  • I am so sorry for your loss. I will be praying that God will comfort you during this difficult time.

    Eli Brackenbury
    November 4, 2014
    Boise, ID, US
  • Dear Mike & George,

    It warmed us to read the loving testimonials to Kay. It must have immensely warmed the two of you. Almost everyday Noreen picks up something Kay has given her. Yesterday it was the soup ladle. Today the P.J’s she gave Noreen for xmas years ago came out of the dryer. The list goes on and on. Kay was even more generous with sharing her time and wonderful cooking us and her dear friends. We will never forget her and will miss her forever. We love you both, please take care of yourselves!

    Don & Noreen
    November 4, 2014
    Pt., Ludlow, US
  • Our prayers for comfort are with your family during this difficult time. Kay will always have a special place in our hearts. We miss her and her family at the hockey games. God Bless You!

    Greg and Vonda

    Vonda and Greg Smith
    November 4, 2014
    Kennewick, WA, US
  • Mike & George-

    May you find comfort in the fact that others care & remember.

    With Deepest Sympathy,

    Ric Bricker

    P.S. So very glad I ran into the 3 of you at Baskin-Robbins a few months back!!!

    Richard A. Bricker
    November 4, 2014
    Richland, WA, US
  • I hardly ever saw Mrs. Theo, but I love every single time that I remember getting to see her. She was always so happy and always made me laugh. I will really miss getting to spend time with her at family functions she was so much a part of.

    Sara Millbauer
    November 4, 2014
    Enumclaw, WA, US
  • Kaye’s battle with her illness was hard fought. Her courage and determination were an inspiration. She was indeed blessed to have the loving support and devotion of Mike and George.

    I will miss Kaye; but, I will always treasure our friendship and be thankful for the my memories of her as a loving friend and neighbor.

    Marilyn Darke

    Marilyn K. Darke
    November 4, 2014
    Richland, WA, US
  • May we offer our condolences. We have a lot of fond memories of you guys sitting behind us at the hockey games. Kay was always so kind to everyone. She will be missed by many.

    Mark & Shirley Patterson
    November 4, 2014
    Kennewick, US
  • I first met Kay while working in the Hanford School Library. She would bring in the newsletters for the PTA, along with the other ladies. We struck up a friendship. She always had a smile. We also found that we had a mutual interest in the Tri-City Americans. We use to of course, give our varied opinons on how the team should be done etc. Had some great conversations about the team. We sat across the ice from Mike and Kay and use to see them between periods, and again put in our two cents worth. She was always upbeat and kind on how she lived her life. She didn’t brag about her son, but you knew she thought and loved him very much. I would see she and Mike at the grocery store and we would have a chat. I will miss her lovely smile and wit.

    My condolences go out to both Mike and George. May God take care.

    Pauleen Kosiancic
    November 4, 2014
    Richland, WA, US
  • I just heard from Nancy Manthos who emailed me of Kay’s passing. My prayers are with you both.

    I remember how much fun Melissa & I had at your home. Kay was a great hostess & i think back of how she loved Melissa huggy bear.

    Please email me sometime, I would love to hear from you.

    Love,

    Matina & Melissa huggy bear

    Matina Balint
    November 4, 2014
    Bethpage, NY, US
  • Dear Mike and George,

    Please know that Katie will always be in my fondest memories. I feel so blessed to have known her, and to have shared her company and friendship. When I babysat ” Georgie” it was more of a night out than a chore. Mike and Katie always made it a fun and special night for the babysitter! I will miss Katie so much…And I know as the years go by I will wonder what advice and wisdow she would have shared. Not many people truely have the gift of listening…I’ll miss her smile and those caring eyes that spoke with emotion and truth. I am so blessed to have been a part of such a wonderful family of friends. Please accept my heartfelt condolences at this time for your great loss. Susan

    Susan Guzek
    November 4, 2014
    Richland, WA, US
  • dear mike and george,i am so sorry for your loss..i wanted to say what a wonderful person katie was in my heart…she had no malice whatsoever about her..suzy and i were talking about her the other night and saying what a woman she was….noone could ever out grace her..she was so quiet about it but she had shown it wherever she was…and whomever she was with…god love her and your family…prayers are with you from our hearts to yours…john,linda and family……xox’s

    linda guzek houdasheldt
    November 4, 2014
    aiken, sc, 298038, usa
  • Kay was one of those late-in- life friends that you would have given anything to meet sooner. Her smile was contagious and she always had that sparkle in her eyes. You knew exactly where you stood with her and how she felt about things. Didn’t spend a lot of time mincing words – just not her style. Her courage, her strength and her faith were amazing. Her love for her husband and her son was ferocious! She would go round and round with them but that was her privilege and no one else’s. I am going to miss her so much. I had so much to learn from her and we ran out of time. It is not only my loss – but everyone’s.

    Dear Mike and George – You were everything to her! You know that she is in a better place and not in pain anymore. You did all that you could and your care of her was the most patient and loving I have ever seen.

    Thank you for sharing her with me. You will never know how much it meant to me.

    Love you both – Penny

    Penny Williamson
    November 4, 2014
    W,, Richland, WA, US
  • I remember growing up with Kay behind as a neighbor. She was always there with a kind word when i was growing up, and I always remembered she had something sweet for us to eat during the holidays.

    Ethan Brackenbury
    November 4, 2014
    Olympia, WA, US
  • Dear Mike and George:

    We are deeply sorry that Kay has passed away. We remember her at ball games that Duane and George played in. She was a very kind and caring person and we always enjoyed talking with her at the games or at Safeway where we seem to often cross paths. We know that she is with Lord, and we will pray for you as you adjust to Kay’s passing.

    Larry, JoAnn and Duane Olsen
    November 4, 2014
    Richland, WA, US
  • Mike & George,

    We were so sorry to hear about Kay and your loss. Kay was such a wonderful person and so very giving. Even though it has been awhile since we have talked, we often think of you both. We enjoyed her cheery outlook on life and she was also a wonderful cook, We always looked forward to her treats!

    We are so sorry for your loss.

    God Bless you both.

    Susan & John Calhoun

    Susan & John Calhoun
    November 4, 2014
    Richland, WA, US
  • Dear Mike & Geroge

    What a time we’ve had as next door neighbors for the last 29 years!

    It is so hard for me to think about not seeing Kay shake her rugs over the front proch rail. Mike & Tim have often jokingly asked over the years “has she shook ’em apart yet?

    Please let us honor Kay at a good old times back yard pot luck dinner. We would like to plan it as soon as the gardens start to yield. No one can fry veggies like “Kay”, but I’ll give it a try.

    If I may help you guys in any way, please let me know how. I’m just a step away!!

    Love DEE

    Dee Young
    November 4, 2014
    Richland, WA, US
  • Mike and George –

    I was saddened to learn of your loss. I will always remember when I first met Kay – she had come to my deli for lunch with some friends. We immediately hit it off when we discovered that we were both “East Coast Greeks!” She was a warm and caring person, with a wonderful sense of humor and a contagious smile.

    I pray that the Lord brings you comfort during this difficult time.

    God Bless you both.

    Karen

    Karen Albers
    November 4, 2014
    Richland, WA, US
  • Mike & George-

    All I have is good memories of hanging out at your house and that is in large part to Kay I will miss her and I am thinking about you both-

    Matt

    She was very much loved, we will miss her and remember her fondly. Our thoughts and hearts go out to you.

    Love, Wendy

    Matt & Wendy Graves
    November 4, 2014
    Beaverton, OR, US
  • Dear Uncle Mike and George-

    I remember one day when I was 10 or 11 years old and had stayed home from school because I had a terrible cold. Aunty Kay invited Mum and me over for lunch, and while I don’t remember exactly what she cooked I do remember that she gave us some incredibly spicy salsa with tortilla chips. It immediately cleared up my nose and made us all laugh because it was so hot! I remember that lunch very clearly because of the way Aunty Kay made me feel happy even though I was sick. It was wonderful!

    I will miss Aunty Kay very much now when I come home- things just won’t be the same. But even though she isn’t with us in body, she is still with all of us in spirit…smiling:

    I love you both very much,

    Dev

    Dev Sen
    November 4, 2014
    New, York, NY, US
  • Dear Mike and George,

    How saddenend we were to hear of your great loss…our loss too. We extend our deepest sympathy to you and our prayers that our risen Lord will give you hope, peace and strength and comfort.

    We love you and hope that we will be able to see you sometime in the near future, so that we can hug you and in some way comfort you.

    We have never seen such a beautiful memorial as this one. Thank you for putting it on the internet so that those of us who are far away can mourn with you and feel close to you and to our beloved Kay.

    God bless you and help you feel our presence with you at this most difficult time.

    May her memory be eternal in God’s Kingdom.

    So much love, love, love,

    Damon and Carol

    Damon and Carol Halkias
    November 4, 2014
    Pittsburgh, PA, US
  • Michael and George,

    I remember Kay with fond memories of graduation and her kindness. Even though I only spent a short time with her I still remember her warm heart and always able to make anyone laugh. My prayers and thoughts are with you both. If there is anything I can do let me know.

    Love,

    Maria Terrana

    Maria Terrana
    November 4, 2014
    Purchase, NY, US
  • Dear Mike and George

    We have fond memories of her when we were with you in Richland. We still remember her cooking and the Walla Walla sweets. She was a very thoughtful and loving person. We will miss her. Sorry we couldn’t make it to the funeral but we hope to see you at the memorial service.

    Love your cousins

    Freda and John

    Freda & John Kouroupis
    November 4, 2014
    Millersville, MD, US
  • Memory Eternal. I am originally from Pittsburgh, PA. I am Carol Halkias’s sister. I dearly remember Kay from my youth. I have seen her at Holy Cross Orthodox church at least once since we both have lived out of town. My deepest sympathy.

    Angie Papalas Sebree
    November 4, 2014
    Louisville, Kentucky, USA
  • Please accept my condolences. Kay and I were friends in Holy Cross Choir during the 1950’s and I taught Kay to drive so she could take her beloved mother, Iro, to run errands and shop. May her memory be eternal….”zoe se sas”. Katherine Gianoutsos Straw 4136 Staffordshire Drive Lakeland, Florida 33809

    Katherine Gianoutsos Straw
    November 4, 2014
    Lakeland, Florida, US
  • Mike & Georgie, you have our deepest sympathy. Kay was a lovely person who I met years ago when we painted her home in Mt. Lebanon, she always had a smile and good words for all. Mike, may her memory be eternal, and may she rest in peace. Love Frank and Connie

    Frank & Connie Barlamas
    November 4, 2014
    Ambridge, PA, US
  • My heartfelt sympathy I extend to you George, and your father, Michael. I am deeply saddened by your loss and my prayers are for your strength through this time of sorrow.

    Barb Preas
    November 4, 2014
    Walla, Walla, WA, US
  • Kay was a dear person and friend. We shared many exciting escapades as volunteers while our children were in high school at Hanford.

    Once they graduated we went different paths. I often thought of her and frequently told myself we need to visit more often. Regretfully, it’s too late physically, and I will miss her. But, mentally I already have communicated with her, and I know she is at peace.

    I was unaware of her illness. And, sorry I didn’t stay in closer touch.

    Our condolences to her loving family Mike and George.

    Love, the Penningtons

    Lynda Pennington
    November 4, 2014
    Richland, WA, US
  • I am so sorry for your loss. I will be praying that God will comfort you during this difficult time.

    Eli Brackenbury
    November 4, 2014
    Boise, ID, US
  • Dear Mike & George,

    It warmed us to read the loving testimonials to Kay. It must have immensely warmed the two of you. Almost everyday Noreen picks up something Kay has given her. Yesterday it was the soup ladle. Today the P.J’s she gave Noreen for xmas years ago came out of the dryer. The list goes on and on. Kay was even more generous with sharing her time and wonderful cooking us and her dear friends. We will never forget her and will miss her forever. We love you both, please take care of yourselves!

    Don & Noreen
    November 4, 2014
    Pt., Ludlow, US
  • Our prayers for comfort are with your family during this difficult time. Kay will always have a special place in our hearts. We miss her and her family at the hockey games. God Bless You!

    Greg and Vonda

    Vonda and Greg Smith
    November 4, 2014
    Kennewick, WA, US
  • Mike & George-

    May you find comfort in the fact that others care & remember.

    With Deepest Sympathy,

    Ric Bricker

    P.S. So very glad I ran into the 3 of you at Baskin-Robbins a few months back!!!

    Richard A. Bricker
    November 4, 2014
    Richland, WA, US
  • Mike: Our sincerest condolences on your loss. While we

    remember Kay, it has been years since we last saw her.

    May her memory be eternal.

    Loula & Ted Manis
    November 4, 2014
    Ambridge, PA, US
  • Dear Mike and George,

    I will always remember how nice Kay was and always friendly. She would always ask my parents how I was doing and how my brother, Sean, was doing. She was everyone’s “mom” in the neighborhood. My thoughts and prayers are with you right now.

    Love, Heidi:

    Heidi Pesek-Turner
    November 4, 2014
    Nampa, ID, US
  • Dear Mike and George,

    Please accept our heartfelt sympathy and prayers that God will grant peace to Kay and comfort to you. We look forward to seeing you in Pittsburgh. Please let us know what we can do to help you.

    With love in Christ,

    Fr. John and Sandy Chakos

    Fr. John & Sandy Chakos
    November 4, 2014
    Pittsburgh, PA, US
  • Dear Mike and George,

    We are saddened to hear about Kay’s passing. Our childhoods always include fond memories of Kay.

    Love, John, Marika,

    Katherine, & Stephen Kontos

    Nick & Athena Vafias

    John & Marika Kontos
    November 4, 2014
    Southgate, MI, US
  • One of the most giving persons we have known! Kay spent hours teaching bunches of us how to prepare fine Greek entrees for a big dinner in the 1970s. She spent hours helping us create moussaka and spanakopita, down to the details of how to properly chop onions Very finely. She was a most gracious host in the home store in Washington Plaza. And she welcomed and entertained any and all whenever there was a knock at her door. We’ll remember her well!

    Jerry and Jerri Main
    November 4, 2014
    Richland, WA, US
  • Dear Mike and George,

    We want you to know that you are in our thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time in your lives.

    Kay was a special person to us, the girls always looked forward to visiting Auntie Kay whenever we came home. She holds a very special place in our hearts. We love you both very much.

    Most sincerely,

    The Camacho Family

    Oscar, Nina,Astrid,Daniela and Oscar A. Camacho
    November 4, 2014
    Caracas, Venezuela
  • I knew Kay as her dental hygienist for twenty years. I always looked forward to her coming in. She was a very loving person and that love was most evident toward her family, especially her son George. I wish that I had kept in touch with Kay after I left Dr. Zweifel’s but unfortunately I didn’t. May God bless her family now and may He find a special place for her with Him in heaven. Love, Leona

    Leona O'Neill
    November 4, 2014
    West, Richland, WA, US
  • I am Damon and Carol Halkias’ youngest son. May the blessings of the risen Lord grant rest to the soul our departed loved one: Katherine. May her memory be eternal!!!

    Nicholas M. Halkias
    November 4, 2014
    Brookline, MA, US