Condolences for Kay Frances Skidmore

Sharon Myers posted on 2/17/20

I worked with her at VBPS where she was always a bright light. We enjoyed going out and having fun. I will miss you. Rest in Peace.

 

Denita Johnstone posted on 1/22/20

You were always known as our beautiful Aunt . Have fun with Suzie !!!!

 

Judy&Manny Perry posted on 1/19/20

Kay, you were a Navy wife - raising three boys, alone during deployments. You did a great job! We claim Brant (best ever son-in-law) as our own. We share two wonderful grandsons and three great grand kids. We will always remember your bright smile, now gracing Heaven. Enjoy your reward - you will be missed!

 

Cecile (Flora) Saunders posted on 1/17/20

Terry and family, I was sorry to hear about your mom. Just know that other are thinking of you and feeling your pain. Love to all of you.

 

Amanda Rainwater posted on 1/17/20

I always grew up calling her uncle kay Sending love and prayers and deepest sympathies

 

Bill Neely posted on 1/17/20

RIP Kay. May God rest your soul in peace and the angels always be there with you. Bill & Trish Neely

 

Ken denardo posted on 1/17/20

You will be missed you we’re a special person Love ken and charlene

 

Nancy Corns-Smith posted on 1/16/20

From the moment we met, we were instant buddies. She became my favorite aunt from the moment I came into this family. Her acceptance of me was instant and that meant the world to me! I have many fond memories of times we spent together while she was on this earth. Jesus said "Death shall be the last enemy" . But really death is not death...It is a recycling of energy, a reformulation of our cells according to higher assignments in a soul's progression. The spirit does not die, but rather enters new channels of life. Our relationships are not severed at death, but refocused beyond physical connection. When we lift our eyes above the illusion of death, we will begin to see the eternity of life...and there, we will join Kay again! Until then, please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and my very dear friend a very dear friend. May God's grace and love be with you as you send her home to glory! With love and blessings, Nancy and Bo