Kay D. Aldridge

June 21, 1926April 28, 2012

ALDRIDGE, Kathryn Denese “Deenie” “Meemaw Kay” “Kay”, age 85, of Fairborn, passed away Saturday, April 28, 2012. Kay was born June 21, 1926 in Norwood, OH to the late George L. & Mary Cathrine (Creed) Hall Sr. Preceded in death by her beloved husband of 52 years, Harley Aldridge Jr., parents and a brother, George L. Hall Jr.. Survived by 2 daughters & son-in-law, Sherry & Peter Severance and Vicki Thompson; 2 grandchildren, Jason Garver & wife, Julie, Carley Thompson; 4 great grandchildren, Harley, Kathryn, Torrey, Jarrett; 2 brothers & sisters-in law, Darral & Charlotte Hall, Robert & Margie Hall; and a loving family of in-laws and dear friends that she considered family, and Living stepmother Evelyn Hall. Funeral service 10:30 A.M. Friday at the Byron Church where Kay was a faithful member, serving in the Ladies Guild and the choir. Interment Byron Cemetery. Pastor Wesley Barnhill officiating. Kay’s family will receive friends 5-8 P.M. Thursday at the Burcham Jennings Funeral Home. If desired, memorial contributions may be made to the Byron Church.


  • Visitation Thursday, May 3, 2012
  • Funeral Service Friday, May 4, 2012

Kay D. Aldridge

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May 3, 2012

Grandma was one of the dearest most wonderful people I have ever met. Thanks for all the grandparents days at school. You will be missed. Tina smith

lori moore

May 3, 2012

r,i,p, grandma kay, we will miss you greatly. may you shine in heaven. we will keep your family in our prayers.


May 3, 2012

My mother was a Angel and earth needs Angels so now that her return to heaven has come- We must try to treat everyone the way she treated all of us.

Christy M

May 1, 2012

Thanks for being such a sweetie, Grandma Kaye. I miss you. I will drive by your house and smile when I think about you.

May 1, 2012

So sorry to hear of your mothers passing. We will keep you and your family in our thoughts and prayers. I know you took great care of your mom and she was so grateful to you for that. I wish you well in your next phase of life.
Ann morrow