Kicha C. McBee
March 26, 1960 – December 31, 2018
Kicha Choi McBee passed away in Bel Air, Maryland on December 31, 2018, at the age of 58. Kicha was born March 26,1960, in South Korea in the city of Dangjin in South Chungcheong Province. She was the daughter of Oak Hwan In and Young Rin Choi, and sisters currently residing in South Korea. In 1989, she married Terry Lynn McBee. She is survived by her husband and sons, Ian and Christopher. Kicha was a highly skilled and dedicated Registered Nurse with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Her nursing colleagues will miss her compassion and love she expressed to her veteran patients. Kicha touched many people in her life, providing companionship through moments of joy and tribulation. Her strong faith in Jesus Christ carried her through her valiant fight against cancer and reinforced the faith of those around her.
Kicha’s family is humbled and grateful for the richness of her life. As a daughter of Christ, she was an example of kindness and love that we should all follow. She will be greatly missed.
- Gathering of Friends Friday, January 11, 2019
- Celebration of Life Service Friday, January 11, 2019
Kicha C. McBee
January 10, 2019
My thoughts and condolences are with the McBee family. I was fortunate enough to have worked with Kicha the first few years as a nursing assistant with the Veteran Administration. Kicha was passionate about her work as a Registered Nurse. She was so compassionate and loving with everyone she came in contact with. Kicha will forever hold a special place in my heart.
Yvette Johnson- Fellow Coworker
January 5, 2019
We, are so sad, that our Kicha has passed. Kicha, was hard worker loving her job, being a nurse. Kicha, loved her husband my, son and a very loving mother to Ian, and Chris.We, will always miss her. We, were very lucky to have her in our family..RIP, Kicha..
January 1, 2019
I am so sorry for the loss of Kicha. My memories include the family (before Christopher was born) visiting us in Minnesota. Ian was a little boy, and we went to the Mall of America. She thought the mall was really something. She also wanted to make a Korean meal for us, and worked so hard in the kitchen. We had a lovely time.
She is gone too soon, but I hope the McBee boys take comfort in their memories. Hugs and love to you all! Aunt Judi