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Dutton Funeral Home

300 East Cash Street, Iowa Park, TX

OBITUARY

Evelyn Kay Fisher

December 1, 1951August 15, 2020
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Evelyn Kay Fisher passed away Saturday, August 15, 2020 in Electra, Texas. Graveside services will be held at 9 AM on Wednesday, August 19, 2020 at Highland Cemetery with Mr. Jeff Watts officiating. Visitation will be held from 6-8 PM on Tuesday, August 18, 2020 at Dutton Funeral Home in Iowa Park, Texas.

Kay was born December 1, 1951 in Harford, Maryland to Roy F. and Ruby (Gadskin) Scott. Her dad served in the Army which allowed Kay to travel and live in many places including Germany, where as a broadcast student, she was able to interview the Rolling Stones. Kay moved back to the states and won the heart of Keith with her European accent and beauty. They were married on October 31, 1969 in Marlow, Oklahoma. Keith was stopped while on his way to the wedding by an Oklahoma State Trooper who after a little convincing, escorted Keith to their wedding. Cassie came along five years later and completed the family. As a local entrepreneur, Kay worked with Keith in opening K&K Foods in Iowa Park the day after Christmas in 1985 and was also co-owner of Fisher’s Restaurant which after learning her husband bought the building, cried, got mad, then pitched in and made a success of it. She was generous to a fault, always giving to those in need. Kay wanted to share her love of reading and would take a book and special treats to a Kindergarten classes. She had a love for all children, especially her grandchildren who brightened her day every day. Her hobbies included, sewing, cooking, canning, gardening, fly fishing, and traveling to the Rocky Mountains.

Kay is preceded in death by her daughter, Andrea LeMay; and father, Roy F. Scott.

Surviving relatives include her husband, Keith; daughter, Cassie; two granddaughters, Samantha Elizabeth and Madeline Penelope; all of Iowa Park; mother, Ruby Love of Gallatin, Tennessee; sister, Debi Walker of Grand Prairie, Texas; and brother, Leroy Scott of Gallatin, Tennessee.

Memorials are suggested in lieu of flowers to the Friendly Door Senior Citizens 810 N. 3rd St. Iowa Park, Texas 76367 and to Hawks Fighting Hunger 411 S. Wall St. Iowa Park, Texas 76367.

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, August 18, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Memories

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Linda Koetter

August 18, 2020

Keith.....I am sooo sorry about Kay. My heart goes out to you and the girls. Kay was the sweetiest lady and I'm gonna miss her terribly. Prayers for you my friend.

Tami Ligon

August 18, 2020

Sending prayers and comfort for the family! Kay was always a ray of sunshine. I loved to see her coming through the door at the flower shop. We would visit and laugh till we cried. She was always bringing us little gifts and purchasing gifts in the store to give others. She was a true giver in so many ways. She loved to make people smile. A true angel on earth and now has earned her wings.

Tami Ligon

Rita Perez

August 18, 2020

Kay you are a very special lady and you will be missed. I was always happy to see You and Keith come in to the Grocery store. May you rest in peace sweet Kay. God Bless You and your Family.

Marsha Rivera

August 17, 2020

I met Kay at Sam’s Club many years. She Came in every Tuesday dressed like a doll that she was. Kay did love to read. I work at she would always come find me. I would get her the New releases. It would always make her smile. My sweet friend I will miss dearly. Till I see at The Gates. ♥️

Kristi Barnard

August 17, 2020

Oh Mrs Evelyn! I met you a couple of years ago at the clinic. I fell in love with you and your family immediately! You are now with our Heavenly Father. Hugs to Mr Keith, Cassie, Libby and Mimi. 😢

Leroy Scott

August 16, 2020

My sister Kay was always dear to my heart. Kay and my sister Debbie set on me and pull my ears as a young boy. Kay would always say that I deserved it. Maybe so, ears still stick out from the side of my head. She was such a mentor to me. Kay and Keith took me in and let me live with them the very first year of their marriage. I am sure she knew how very grateful I was for that. For the last ten years we have been closer than ever! We never went more than a week with talking on the phone. I know heaven has another angel now. I love you sis. Leroy (Bubba)! Picture below is of my wife Amy and myself

Vickie Benson

August 16, 2020

We are so saddened to hear the loss of Kay. Kay has been a friend and neighbor for many years! She worked hard along with Keith to make K and K a success. Keith, Cassie and girls you are in our thoughts and prayers! Praying God brings you peace and comfort in the days ahead. Love to all, Ronnie and Vickie Benson

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