Kay W. Jones
January 24, 1945 - December 23, 2015
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Kay W. Jones, age 70, of Bolivar, MO, passed away Wednesday, December 23, 2015 at Cox Medical Center South. She was born January 24, 1945, in Jamestown, NY, to Donald and Mildred (Murphy) Wightman. She was a member of the Temple Israel Synagogue. She was preceded in death by her parents. She is survived by…

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Tracie Fisher left a message on December 30, 2015:
Dr. Rita you understood Kay perfectly. You wrote exactly what I was trying to say. She touched my heart as well as all who knew and understood that “wicked sense of humor” Thank you for your words because I just couldn’t find them. She was a unique, talented and interesting person. She left her mark on all of those who were Fortunate to know and love her. Shalom, Tracie Fisher
Dr Rita Spilken left a message on December 28, 2015:
Dear Timothy, Heather, Kevin and sister Ann….. It is because of your Kay that life, for me, seems more precious as it is so fleeting. Whatever time I did spend with Kay, was spent talking, laughing or giggling. To me, Kay had a very dry sense of humor and some would say, “wickedly funny”! Most of the time, I didn’t know whether to laugh or take her seriously. Lately, I hadn’t been to temple but, when I was there, I would always looked for her or asked others if they had seen her. I, for one, will sorely miss Kay and the twinkle in her eyes! I am so very sorry for your loss as she was one of those “special” kind of people that many people will miss! Shalom Kay you will be miseed Doc Rita Spilken Springfield, MO.
Susan Fisher left a message on December 26, 2015:
My dear sweet friend and (between the two of us)sister. There are no words that will help make this any better. We had such a great time together. She made me laugh. She taught me so much. She was so artistic in every area. Working with leather, Painting, Jewelry making, cooking and baking. She was funny and witty. She loved her son Tim with all her heart. She loved more than anything when she became a Jew. I will miss you so much Kay. You were my best friend. I love you too Tim. If you ever need anything Tim, let me know. Her sweet memories will always be a Blessing in my life. Thank you Hashem for bringing Kay Into my life, because I know it was meant to be. ? Good Bye my friend. I love you Kay.
Tracie Fisher left a message on December 25, 2015:
This is so hard, because there are really no words to explain what a special human being she was and the impact she had on those she touched. Kay you will be missed more then I can express. Tim, I have nothing to offer you but support and ANY help you need. Your mother was the most creative person. She was going to teach me to work with leather. Tim please call mom if you need us to help you in any way. We love Kay and we always will. She will be with us as long as we remember her. Tracie L. Fisher 234-4857
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