Kathleen Dianne Byrnes

December 7, 1950May 2, 2020

Kathleen Byrnes, 69, passed away peacefully May 2, 2020. She worked Security at the Aerospace Corp in El Segundo, enjoyed being a Mary Kay consultant and met Mary Kay in Dallas. Hope Chapel was her special place to worship, volunteer and go on trips.

She will be missed by her twin sister, Karen (Ed) Grab; brother, John Seeley; sister-in-law, Janet (Raymond) Seeley; niece, Valerie (Mark) Keach; great nephew, and niece, Emerson and Constance Keach.

A memorial will be held at Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Bath, Michigan on October 17, 2020 with visitation starting at 12:30 p.m. and memorial service beginning at 1 p.m.


  • Visitation

    Saturday, October 17, 2020

  • Memorial Service and Committal

    Saturday, October 17, 2020


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Belinda Rivera

May 26, 2020

I will always remember Kathy's beautiful, warm smile and kind hello and goodbye whenever I passed through the A1 lobby. My prayers are with her family during this trying time. She will be greatly missed. ~Belinda R.

Cherrie Lesher

May 26, 2020

Sending my thoughts and prayers to Kathy's sister and family during this difficult time. Having worked with Kathy for 12 years I will miss her dearly.

Erik Baer

May 23, 2020

Thank you for always having a smile on your face and supporting the mission. You will be missed,

Lisa Neufeld

May 22, 2020

Kathy touched so many of us in her role at the security desk in our lobby. I got a "have a nice evening" every night I saw her. Her warmth and smile will be missed. I hope your loving memories of her will help you during this time of loss. - Lisa

J. Michelle Jones

May 21, 2020

Kathy was such a joy to talk to. We always had conversations about her twin and the twin conventions. She would share all the wonderful pictures of the attendees and their events. When I spoke to her in January she told me that she was going to retire in a few months. I told her I would attend her celebration. Then she asked me about my family. She was so kind. This is heartbreaking.


May 21, 2020

Kathy was always the welcome smile I would see at the end of the day as I walked through the A1 lobby. She had a kind way about her and a willingness to assist in any way. I will miss her.

Trina Kilpatrick

May 21, 2020

On many occasions, Kathy was the last person I saw at the end of my work day. We would wish each other a good night and safe travels. Kathy always had such a kind and gentle disposition, she will surely be missed.

Steve Isakowitz

May 21, 2020

Kathy was an amazing person on our team at Aerospace Corp. I walked past her desk many days as I would come in and out of the office and she always had a most gentle smile and kind greeting. I will miss her as she always made me feel better and all that were lucky enough to know her.

Elisa Haber

May 21, 2020

Having met Kathy when I worked with her at my previous job, she was always so friendly and had a great laugh. She introduced me to her wonderful sister Karen, and year after year I would meet them at Twin's Days in Ohio, where I would photograph them for a project. Truly wonderful and the sweetest people. My condolences to Karen and her family. Wishing love and healing always.

Gail LaCroix

May 21, 2020

Thinking of you and your family, hoping that you find comfort in remembering the good times and the special closeness that you and your sister shared together. I will miss her calmness and that smile.


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