Kay Allensworth Honaker

17 octobre 19291 mai 2021

Kay A. Honaker of Longwood, Florida, age 91, passed away May 1st, 2021. Born in Guthrie, KY, she was married for 62 years to the late Bill Honaker of Apopka. Formerly a teacher, she graduated from Gulf Park College, Gulfport, MS; attended the University of Kentucky and was an active member of Sanlando United Methodist Church. She is survived by her three sons-Charles of Lake Mary; Mark of Apopka and Dan of Melbourne and their wives; seven grandchildren (1 deceased), and 3 great-grandchildren. An inurnment service will be held at Baldwin Fairchild/Oaklawn Cemetery, 5000 County Road 46A, Sanford, FL 32771. The family requests, in lieu of flowers, that memorial donations for Kay A. Honaker be sent to Sanlando Christian School in care of Sanlando United Methodist Church, 1894 West State Road 434, Longwood, FL 32750.


  • Graveside Service

    lundi, 24 mai , 2021


Kay Allensworth Honaker


Dan Honaker

24 mai , 2021

My sweet Mom, above all was the best mother a boy could have! Devoted, loving, nurturing, encouraging, supportive and kind.

I will certainly miss my mom’s presence w
on earth, but I am forever greatful of the knowledge that mom is in her eternal resting place, reunited w/her husband, Bill, and all her family and friends who have gone before...

In God’s care now...I will always love you!
Your son, Danny

Bob White

24 mai , 2021

Chuck, Mark, Dan --
Your mother was a good friend through the years. I served on the Sanlando Christian School Council for 12 years with Kay. I really got to see what a great person she was, and was willing to help anyone with whatever they needed. She and your dad were members of the Fellowship Class that Marti and I are members. She was a great asset to our church and will be missed by a lot of people.

Johny Blunt

22 mai , 2021

Kay was a dear friend and great example of Christ's love at work. I knew her through the activities of the United Methodist Women.
During the construction of the Fellowship Hall she helped with the color selections for paint, tiles, and floors. She always spoke kindly of others and glowed with happiness when talking about her family.
She will be missed by many.

Alicia Padgett

18 mai , 2021

Chuck, Mark and Danny.

I am so sorry for the loss of your dear sweet mom. I have so many fond memories of time spent with Kay in Louisville on Glenwood Road, at Beargrass Christian Church and after their move to Florida: Both she and your dad were such dear friends of my mom and dad. As Linda said I’m sure they are all having a great reunion in heaven! Love to you all.

Virginia Langston

13 mai , 2021

What an absolute beautiful picture of Kay . It captures her beauty and kind expressions. She was a special lady and friend to so many. Love that you have chosen the Christian School for a memorial. She and I served on the board for several years and I know how special it was to her. She will be missed by all of you I am sure. My prayers and love continue to be with you all.

Ladye Cox

11 mai , 2021

Kay was such an exceptional lady. She was a gracious and encouraging friend. She will be missed by everyone! ❤️❤️❤️

Linda Diaz Smith

10 mai , 2021

Sorry to hear about Kay. Such a sweet dear lady. I’m sure she had a warm welcome from my
Mom and Dad, along with the rest of the Beargrass bunch. Think it’s getting crowded up there. Comforting thoughts for all the family.

Rudy and Emily Molnar

6 mai , 2021

We were sorry to hear about Kaye. She was a wonderful presence. One you looked for in the room.