Florence T. McKay

September 3, 1928January 11, 2021

On September 03, 1928, Florence Teresa McKay was born and passed away on January 11, 2021. She was the beloved wife of the late John Alan McKay, devoted mother of John D. McKay and his wife Patricia, Kathleen Robinson, Mary Ann Hines and her husband Timothy and Robert McKay; dear sister of Edna Mae Hughes, and the late Joseph Rogers, and Helen Grant; loving grandmother of John J. McKay, Scott McKay, Erin Creager, Mary Dittler, Caitlin McKay, the late Jennifer Robinson, Daniel Robinson, Jessica Robinson, Hannah Hines, and Katie Hines; cherished great grandmother of 5 great grandchildren.

Due to the covid-19 pandemic the family will have a private service at this time. The family will have a public service and mass once the covid-19 restrictions are lifted. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Florence’s name to the Prostate Cancer Foundation at 1250 Fourth Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401. Condolences may be left for the family at


  • John Alan McKay, Spouse (deceased)
  • John D. McKay, Son
  • Patricia McKay, Daughter-in-law
  • Kathleen Robinson, Daughter
  • Mary Ann Hines, Daughter
  • Timothy Hines, Son-in-law
  • Robert McKay, Son
  • Edna Mae Hughes, Sister
  • Joseph Rogers, Brother (deceased)
  • Helen Grant, Sister (deceased)
  • John J. McKay, Grandchild
  • Scott McKay, Grandchild
  • Erin Creager, Grandchild
  • Mary Dittler, Grandchild
  • Caitlin McKay, Grandchild
  • Jennifer Robinson, Grandchild (deceased)
  • Daniel Robinson, Grandchild
  • Jessica Robinson, Grandchild
  • Hannah Hines, Grandchild
  • Katie Hines, Grandchild
  • and cherished by 5 great grandchildren.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


Florence T. McKay

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Mary Ann Hines

January 24, 2021

Mom,I count the days we had with you, and they are not enough...Christmas, birthdays & vacations, life...
1 True love, our Dad, you celebrated 59 years of marriage!
2 Sparkling, Irish blue eyes and a laugh I can still hear.
3 Siblings you loved dearly...
4 Children you raised and adored daily,
5 Great-grandchildren you celebrated.
6 Day of December, our Dad's birthday,
7 Days in a week to go to Fenwick, Pappa's, Boscov's, Costco, A.C.
8 ...Yes, you fed us well! Roast beef, turkey, cupcakes, your icing!
9 Your birthday month, September 3rd.
10 Grandchildren ...your legacy lives on! Strength in adversity!!!
A "thousand" I love you's to you Mom, and then a "thousand" taught me to love the word thousand, and you taught me SO much more! We all love and miss you, Mom !Mary Ann

Don & Kim Middlecamp

January 23, 2021

John and family sorry for your loss. Sending prayers from the Middlecamp family.

John McKay

January 13, 2021

A few thoughts about my mother’s legacy.That would be the extended family that she started,and her devotion to all of them.( any and all birthday’s-anniversary’s,and especially Christmas would be celebrated.)The other legacy would be her example of true grit amongst adversity,that most could not possibly realize.That is her gift to her family—-a true example of what you could aspire to be like,when facing life’s challenges.—Thanks for all you have done,and Love you mom!

Edna Hughes

January 13, 2021

My world seems so much smaller without you, I have a lot of wonderful memories of you and your family, of our life and growing up together. I will always miss you, Love Edna