OBITUARY

Kay Adair Lennon

May 3, 1936November 24, 2018

Kay Adair Lennon, of Monroe, passed away on Saturday, November 24. She and her husband William, who predeceased her in 2016, lived in their home for 53 years.

Born May 3, 1936 in Gordon, WI to Russell and Katherine MacDonald, Kay was the second oldest of 7 children and is survived by her siblings, Bonnie, Sue, Robert, Douglas, Warren and Cameron MacDonald. Kay graduated from high school in Superior, WI and as a people person quickly landed a job at TWA airlines as a stewardess. She traveled internationally working in first class where she met many celebrities including Frank Sinatra who told her she had “crazy blue eyes.” During that time, she met her husband and took on her beloved role as wife and mother.

Kay was a creative soul and loved playing bridge, quilting, needlepoint, painting, writing poems, crafting, and telling stories. She loved cooking and baking for family and friends and had an active social life and circle of good friends and family who loved her dearly. Kay’s positivity shone through everything she did and her exuberance was contagious. She was full of life and brought a smile and kind word to everyone she met. Kay will be deeply missed.

Kay is survived by her beloved children Bill & Pam Lennon, Mason, OH; Bob & Heather Lennon, Fredericksburg, VA; Kathleen & Scott Mason, Newtown, CT; Tim & Lauri Lennon, Brookfield, CT; and Jennifer Lennon & Brett Ochs, Boulder, CO. Kay also treasured her 11 grandchildren, Melanie, Thomas, Felicia, David, Lauren, Kellyann, Gregory, Cara, Jack, Timmy, and Russell.

Services

  • Calling Hours Friday, November 30, 2018
  • Memorial Mass Saturday, December 1, 2018
REMEMBERING

Kay Adair Lennon

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Kay Donovan

December 2, 2018

I loved my Aunt Kay/Godmother very much. She always gave so much love and laughter to everyone she met. Her infectious smile and grand stories are something I will cherish in my heart of memories forever. When I jump off Cami's bridge this summer my words will be I LOVE YOU AUNT KAY!!! So proud to be her namesake....Love, Kay Adair, the 2nd💖

Barbara Alexander

December 1, 2018

Lennon family:
Sincerest condolences on on Kay’s passing.
She was a delightful person, warm, loving & kind.
I will miss her & our chats and chuckles after mass taking her blood pressure.
Barbara Alexander

Doug and Ann Lash

November 28, 2018

I had the great privilege of working with Kay at Santa Fuel and hearing her endearing laugh! The Christmas decorations she did there brought all of us well into the spirit of the season. Also her home Christmas party was one Ann & I loved, she would put the North Pole to shame. So much joy and energy wrapped up in a loving and pretty lady gave us all a smile. Your family will have millions of great memories as will all of us who were privileged to have known Kay and Bill. We all will have smiles through the tears, may God Bless Kay and your family.

Jennifer (Mahon) Holfelder

November 28, 2018

Kathy, Tim & Family- I am so sorry to hear about your Mom. She was a great lady! May your memories bring you comfort during this very difficult time.

Jen (Mahon) Holfelder

Valerie Salamon

November 28, 2018

We met when I was 20..on Flint Ridge Rd. We became fast friends. We shared so many things...funny and sad. Kay was always there for me...and everyone. Our children played together on the famous Lennon side door yard...we laughed. We had wonderful parties at the beach. We wore great bathing suits then!!
Kay and Bill had fabulous Christmas parties. Indeed, the food was beyond delicious.
Memories... happy memories of a wonderful friend, wife, and mother. We were all blessed to call Kay our friend. Rest in peace and quiet with your beloved Bill.
Hugs, forever... Valerie and Jim

Amy Scatenato

November 27, 2018

Kathy, I'm so very sorry for your loss - thinking of you and of your family in such a sad time.

Debbie Cooke

November 27, 2018

I loved how Kay genuinely wanted to know all about my family and what was going on with them everytime I saw her. She lit up the room with her smile and her stories. And, I loved her accent!

Mary Anne Hersam

November 27, 2018

I am happy to have met the lovely Kay - sincere condolences to Kathy and family