Catherine "Kaye" McCue

January 7, 1926January 3, 2021

Catherine “Kaye” McCue was born January 7,1926 and passed away January 3, 2021 at the age of 95. Catherine was born in Detroit Michigan to the parents of Margaret Leitch and Charles Bell. She resided most of her childhood years in Michigan, until she relocated to Florida to finish high School. Upon graduating from Tarpen Springs High School, she decided to move back to Michigan were she married her beloved husband Frank McCue in March of 1945.

Catherine is a proud mother of Susan Deburie, Bonnie Elizabeth and Patrick Michael McCue. Dearest grandmother of Heather (Jeff) Tedder, Heidi (Ron) Pray, Yevette (Joe) costa, Deanna (Michael) Cueny and eleven great grandchildren.

Catherine enjoyed playing the piano and learned how to play by ear. She enjoyed spending time with friends and family and was a member of Garden City Presbyterian Church for many years.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.


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Catherine "Kaye" McCue

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Katherine Hodge

January 14, 2021

Kaye was a wonderful woman and a dear friend. Her faith in God was an inspiration to all who had the privilege of knowing her. I am heartbroken because I tried to reach her several times after Patrick passed away and her phone was no longer in service. I never heard from her and assumed she was with the Lord. Now I find it just happened and I am devastated! To all the family, please accept my condolences. I am so very sorry for the loss of this dear lady.

Heather Tedder

January 11, 2021

Grama Q. You’ll forever be in my heart. 52 amazing years we cherished together. My heart rejoices for you as you are now with your heavenly family. Although my heart seems a little empty now. I will miss our daily talks, ending our conversations with a nitey, nite instead of a goodbye. How you would tell me to keep those little angles around my bed, and I you. What a amazing woman you were. People loved you so much because of your kindness. Till we meet again, I’ll say nitey nite for now. Always in my heart! Heather Dawn💞

Shirley Hunt

January 10, 2021

Kaye ,
You will be greatly missed , loved, cherished
By all who knew you.
Always enjoyed our chats on the phone
And your words of encouragement to me.
May God Bless you
Till we meet again
Condolences to sue and family for your loss.

Carol Morgan

January 8, 2021

To the family of our dearest Kaye,
How we will miss her! I am so glad I asked her to do "Kaye's Corner" for the PresbyNotes. Her thoughts and ramblings of her faith, her family, and her childhood were priceless. Her gracious words of encouragement and thanksgiving make my heart swell everytime I think of her. She will be missed but she is in the loving arms of her Lord. Hugs to a very special angel .

Rosemary Loostrom

January 8, 2021

She leaves us with such a great loss of a great friend in our lives. Kaye loved all of her friends, family, her church and her God. what a talented and loving lady. we will miss you Kaye. much love to you

Barbara Keough

January 8, 2021

I will miss her so much. such a wonderful person. her special cards and letters will never be forgotten. so kind and gentle. she will be greatly missed

Lindsey Basile-Goodlow and Family

January 7, 2021

Kaye, was truly a wonderful soul. We all enjoyed seeing her at church and were blessed to consider a friend. She passed on her amazing hat fashion sense to my daughter, Liberty. I will miss her asking when we will have another child. I will miss her kind words to our whole family. My condolences to her whole family.

Pat Swider

January 7, 2021

I will miss my dear friend! such a loving person and so talented. her hand written cards will be so missed and her continual smile. above she loved her GOD, her family and her friends. I will miss her so much. Much love to Kay, Pat.

scott and anne minch

January 7, 2021

we will miss a great lady! so loving and caring about everyone. she loved her family, her friends, her church and especially her GOD. may GOD hold her in the palm of His hands forever. we love you Kay!