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Darlene “Kay” (Butler) Wilson, 54, of North Kansas City, Missouri, passed away on July 7, 2019, at Truman Medical Center – Hospital Hill,
Kansas City, Missouri, surrounded by loved ones.
Kay was a creative, gifted artist who loved sharing her creations with family and friends. She enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren and family,
and was a dedicated accountant.
Kay trusted in Jesus for her salvation and is waiting for the rest of her family and friends to join her in heaven.
Kay is survived by parents, Joe and Darlene Beck; children, Tara Lawson, Brittany Wolfgeher, Kourtni Douglas (Bobby Watkins), Hunter Wilson;
nine grandchildren; siblings, Kathy Suddarth (Michael), Billy Butler and Joe Beck.
Graveside services will be held at Clinton Memory Gardens Cemetery, 1901 N Vansant Rd, Clinton, MO on Friday, July 19, 2019 at 2:00 pm.
Aunt Bertha says
I Love my Family, I’ll miss our Kay’ /Kay was my Hero, Kay never give up’ Kay fought till her last minute.
Always a sweet, Loving personality , always how are you. Not poor me, & ask about you first . We need more Kays in our life.
Although down on Luck, Kay Kept her savior first. Tears,Love, *& forever more in my heart.
Love my family.
Christin Cordray says
Kay was an extremely talented artist. She will be missed. Most of my childhood is filled with memories of all of the cousin being together at grandmas, on vacation, or at each others houses. She will always be remembered and loved. Prayers for Aunt Darlene Uncle Joe and the rest of the family to many to list. I LOVE YOU ALL. Sending love and light your way.
Virginia Hughes says
I am saddened to learn of our loss, my cousin, Kay. Although I, was an adult when she was small, I remember her as a happy big sister to Kathy Sue, and Little Billy. My prayers are for you my aunt Darlene, uncle Joe, her sister, Kathy Sue, brother’s, Billy and Joe, her children and grandchildren. May God surround you with His love and comfort and sweet memories to fill your hearts of her absence. Love to you all, Virginia Sue “Susie” and Ronnie Hughes and our family ???
Ron Pugh says
Kay will always be remembered as my beautiful talented niece. we will miss her so much, but find much comfort in knowing that she has found the peace and beauty of going home and is wrapped in Gods love… prayers for the whole family
Amy (Shsrp) Pebley says
I know Kay and I weren’t close friends. I know she’ll be truly missed. Darelene, Joe, Billy, Kathy, Joe, Tara, Brittani, Courtni, Hunter, and the grandkids. I and truly sorry for your lost. I’ll keep you all in my prayers.
Kathy (Bush) Rimmer-Dostal. says
I am so very sorry to hear of Kay‘s passing. I will always remember her loving to paint with acrylics, Such a talented artist. When we were kids she would spend the night with me and I was always shocked to see her eat cornflakes with ketchup! Also, she had to have her toast buttered completely, all four corners. A long, long time ago. Our friendship was interrupted after her family moved to Butler, Missouri. The last time I saw her was about seven years ago. She was still the same beautiful Kay I remembered going to school with. Prayers and condolences to her entire family.
Trinity Maryellen says
Hi, so my name is trinity i am Kay’s grandaughter. i’ll see u soon 🙂 btw my mom is tara, i remember one time when i was not doing well at all, i was home alone with my younger sister you helped me make food (eggs….) i really miss her. and i don’t know why but, everytime i see a butterfly i think of my grandma kay…. i really miss u, the last time i saw her was probably 2017 maybe, its been a while…. u were my hero at that peak of time. nothing can ever make me forget about my grandma. i’ve been very sad and out of it lately, but everytime i think about kay it makes me have a feeling of reassurance, stablized, comforted. i love you my hero….
<3 trinity 12/30/2021