Kahler-Dolce Mortuary

441 North Washington Street, Papillion, NE


Kay A. Jack

August 8, 1943December 28, 2019

Kay Ann Jack August 8, 1943 - December 28, 2019 Born in Jefferson, Iowa to parents Paul and Hazel Leichsenring, she spent her childhood on a farm at Paton Iowa. She married on July 13, 1963 and then provided military community support as an Air Force Officer’s wife from 1964-1987. After attending schools in Iowa, Idaho, California, South Dakota and Nebraska, she earned her Registered Nurse degree. She worked at Papillion Manor for several years and later at Omaha’s Urology Center as a surgical nurse. As a resident of Rapid City, SD she will truly miss the beauty and serenity of the Black Hills; and the hills will miss her. She is survived by her Husband Gary Jack, Daughters Kim Denny and Michele Jack-Love, Son Bradley Jack, nine Grandchildren and one Great Granddaughter, Sister Carol Grasso and Niece Brenda Grant of Chattanooga, Tenn. Celebration of Life Friday January 3rd at 9:30 am Kahler-Dolce Mortuary. Interment: Omaha National Cemetery. Memorials to American Parkinsons Disease Association


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DeAnn Williams

January 10, 2020

I am so sorry to hear of Kay's passing. We just visited with her at the Paton All School reunion. She was a special lady and we extend our sympathy to her family.

Lonnie Jack

January 4, 2020

Thank you for being such a wonderful mother, mother-in-law and grandmother. You will be greatly missed. We all love you so much!! God Bless You Forver and Always,
Brad, Lonnie, Nick,Lindsey and Ryan

Carol Grasso

January 2, 2020

The best sister anyone could ever have. I will miss you every day of my life. My memories of our childhood warm my heart.

Terry & Janice Lintz

January 1, 2020

Kay, you were so caring and kind. We always looked forward to talking with you at church. We pray for God's blessings for your family as they carry on your kindness.

Craig-Elizabeth Denny

December 31, 2019

Kay, You were an extra special lady in our lives for over 29 years. You welcomed us into your life. Your smile and ability to actively listen to others was amazing. You made us feel like we were the only ones in the room at the time. You brought laughter, endless energy, and unconditional love where ever you went. You were a courageous, strong, smart, determined, gracious, and yet gentle woman. Your soul will live on through your precious children, grand children and great grand daughter. We are so proud and blessed to have you in our lives. You are not forgotten.

Dee Bartness

December 31, 2019

Dearest Kay, We wish you peace-filled, pain-free days in your wondrous, new life, lifted by your Lord. We will miss you beyond words.
Over our 38 year friendship, we've had such fun. Little did we know that when the Air Force blessed us with an assignment to England in 1981 to serve our beloved Nation, that we would become fast friends from the first "Hello". Our precious children shared the school bus, after school activities and social events, while you and I spent countless hours on O.W.C projects and our Husbands dealt with Air Force issues - many of which were "secret", but we had secrets of our own!! We laughed over countless cups (actually pots), of coffee, told silly stories until we cried, and consoled one another when we grieved.
Our love for you and your beautiful family will last forever. Thank you for your amazing, faithful, loving friendship. Rest in total peace my dear and trusted friend. I know we'll meet again, but until then, keep the coffee warm - we'll have some catching up to do.
Love, Blessings and safe travels. Patrick, Dee, Rob, Martin

Carol Clausen

December 30, 2019


You and your family have our deepest sympathy. We have enjoyed being your across the street neighbors for 28 1/2 years. I will miss talking to Kay and meeting her at our the mailbox's at the same time.

Carol, Dale, Lori, Dale Jr.

Betsy Spiegelman

December 30, 2019

So sorry for your loss, Gary and family. I had the privilege of working with Kay for many years at The Urology Center. She was one of the most caring, compassionate people I've worked with. Rest easy, Kay.