Kay Myers-Lepage

Died: Thu., Feb. 1, 2018


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Kathleen" Kay" Myers-Lepage

A resident of Little Current.

Died peacefully at Manitoulin Centennial Manor on Thursday, February 1st, 2018
at the age of 95.

Daughter of Hazel and Robert Lewis (both predeceased).

Beloved wife of Lorne Myers and Albert Lepage (both predeceased).

Beloved sister of Nora Miller of Little Current  (Earl predeceased).

She is also predeceased by her brother Lloyd Norman and survived by Lloyd's wife Lorna Edith of Espanola.

Great friend of Jeneen and the late Reuben Phillips of Tekummah.

Fondly remembered by many nieces, nephews and friends.

She will also be remembered for her kindness and for helping the people of the communities where she lived.
Kay enjoyed knitting and crochet.

A memorial graveside service 11am on Saturday May 12, 2018 in Elmview Cemetery.
Donations to Manitoulin Centennial Manor Auxiliary would be appreciated in Kay's memory

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Don and Gertrude Cooper
   Posted Fri February 02, 2018
We have known Kay for so very many years and it was good to see her at the Manor whenever we visited there. Kay lived a long and interesting life. May she rest in peace.

Perry Barb Chatwell
   Posted Mon February 05, 2018
So sorry to hear,Kathleen was a dear lady,and a angel to perrys mom when they were roomates,will always be remembered with love and respect.RIP Kathleen‚̧

Ronda and Don
   Posted Mon February 05, 2018
Kathleen will be greatly missed by all of us who knew her and loved her. She was always so positive and cheerful and loved to talk about her many interesting life adventures. My Mother Faye Chatwell was Blessed by her genuine friendship, love and kindness while they were room mates in the nursing home. I will always be THANKFUL for her and remember her as a beautiful Guardian Angel.

Lise Garrette
   Posted Fri February 16, 2018
I used to spend time on the farm with Kay and Lorne as a youngster. I would watch Kay separate cream into butter, eat her delicious home made doughnuts and years later came to appreciate her amazing pumpkin pies and the love she put into their vegetable garden allowing me to eat as many peas as I could find. My parents bought their property from Kay and Lorne and they moved closer to us before Lorne died. I got to ride the hay wagon up to Ten Mile Point and bottle feed baby lambs in the late afternoon sun. Kay's hugs were the best and I'm sorry that I didn't get to spend any time with her in her later years. Always fondly loved and remembered. Lise xo

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