In Memory

Kay F Obert (Lossing)

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06/27/18 03:38 PM #1    

Michael J. Winkel

RIP Kay. 

06/28/18 11:22 AM #2    

Diana Casselman (Bode)

Kay was my best friend in junior high school.  I am so sorry to learn that we have lost her.

I remember learning how to roller skate wth Kay, and all the over nights we share at each other house.

Oh, the memories.

Diana Casselman-Bode

06/28/18 01:15 PM #3    

Sandra J Peterson (Spector)

Everlasting peace for you kay

07/10/18 05:31 PM #4    

Wallene Scott (Stauffacher)

I can't believe she is gone so soon. We had been friends since 5th grade at Sunnyside Elementary School.  She came down to Tucson, Az., Sept. 2016. We took her for a tour of Az. for 10 days. We picked her up at the airport in Phoenix, headed to Sedona for the day, on to Williams where we took the train (Labor day weekend) to the Grand Canyon for a couple of days & back. Then took Old Route 66 thru to Oatman, Az. (Kay was so facinated by the free roaming Burro's) on to the Aquarius Hotel in Laughlin, Nv. for some gambling, next on to The London Bridge in Lake Havasu, then to our home for one day of needed rest & laundry.  Friday was spent visiting Lake Roosevelt, taking the old Apache Trail (basically a one lane dirt road) thru Tortillita Flats (a town of 4 bldgs.-restaurant & bar, mercantile, ice cream & souviner shops). Next stopped at the Goldfield Ghost Town & The Lost Dutchman Mine, then to Apache Junction for dinner at the Organ Pipe Pizziera (one of the largest working Werlitzer Pipe Organs left in the country) then back home. Saturday, we headed for  Kartchner Caverns, then on to Tombstone where Kay shopped for jewelry, till Milo & I dropped (10 to 6 when shops closed). Then we played Texas Hold-em for the evening with some of the locals, in a quaint little shop. Sunday again was a day of rest & packing for Kay.  We had more planned to do & see but ran out of time. She said she was coming back as soon as possible. I'd been trying to get her down here for over 25 yrs., also to retire so she could travel if & when she wanted. I don't remember when she first told me she had cancer, maybe Sept. 2017. We talked regularly, I had just talked to her Easter weekend.  I told her it might be a couple of months before I could call, because April 1st was moving day. She said she was going to the Mayo for more testing that week.   I told her to let me know when she got the results. I commented how she was sounding so much better and was not breathing as hard.  The minute I saw the schools In Memory comment my stomach sank.  I'm kicking myself now, because Milo & I had both been commenting that we need to call Kay soon & something would get in our way or seem more important.  I'm glad she didn't have to suffer long.    LUV YOU!   Rest in Peace.


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