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Kay Elizabeth Cole

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Kay Elizabeth Cole

Birth
Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan, USA
Death
4 Dec 2019 (aged 72)
Hampton Township, Bay County, Michigan, USA
Burial
Cremated Add to Map
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Graduated from Lansing Everett High School Class of 1965
Graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor Degree in English and Social Studies
Graduated from Central Michigan University in the area of Elementary Education

Taught at the Buena Vista School District from August 1971 to June 2001 and taught Kindergarten/First Grade



"Kay Elizabeth Cole, 72, of Bay City, our fun, artistic, and creative sister and friend passed away on Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at Brian’s House. Kay was born in Lansing on March 10, 1947, the daughter of the late Cleo R. and Hazel P. (Andrews) Cole. She attended Maplewood and Mt. Hope Elementary Schools, graduated from Everett High School, and went on to graduate from Michigan State University, where Kay earned her teaching certificate. Kay was an elementary school teacher in Saginaw with the Buena Vista School District, and taught kindergarten and first grade for many years. She enjoyed genealogy, art, Bay City history and researching historical information, annual and perennial flower gardening, restoring her home, socializing with friends, performing at Pit & Balcony Theatre, and spoiling her three cats. Her dream came true of owning a historical home in Bay City in 2008. She will be deeply missed, yet lovingly remembered for years to come. Kay is survived by her sister, Susan L. Carrow and her husband, Richard; Sister-in-law, Janine Cole; many nieces and nephews and their families, along with her three spoiled feline children, Emma, Sebastian, and Chandler. In addition to her parents, Kay was preceded in death by her sister, Jane A. Foster; brother-in-law, Wayne Foster and her brother, Larry L. Cole. A memorial will be held at a later date. Final arrangements have been entrusted to Skorupski’s – Bay County. Memorial contributions may be directed to Pit & Balcony Theatre or the Humane Society of Bay County. The entire family wishes to extend a heartfelt thanks to the staff of Brian’s House, along with Mary, Deb, and Connie from Heartland Hospice for their compassionate care. Expressions of sympathy may be shared with the family online at www.skorupskis.com."
Graduated from Lansing Everett High School Class of 1965
Graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor Degree in English and Social Studies
Graduated from Central Michigan University in the area of Elementary Education

Taught at the Buena Vista School District from August 1971 to June 2001 and taught Kindergarten/First Grade



"Kay Elizabeth Cole, 72, of Bay City, our fun, artistic, and creative sister and friend passed away on Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at Brian’s House. Kay was born in Lansing on March 10, 1947, the daughter of the late Cleo R. and Hazel P. (Andrews) Cole. She attended Maplewood and Mt. Hope Elementary Schools, graduated from Everett High School, and went on to graduate from Michigan State University, where Kay earned her teaching certificate. Kay was an elementary school teacher in Saginaw with the Buena Vista School District, and taught kindergarten and first grade for many years. She enjoyed genealogy, art, Bay City history and researching historical information, annual and perennial flower gardening, restoring her home, socializing with friends, performing at Pit & Balcony Theatre, and spoiling her three cats. Her dream came true of owning a historical home in Bay City in 2008. She will be deeply missed, yet lovingly remembered for years to come. Kay is survived by her sister, Susan L. Carrow and her husband, Richard; Sister-in-law, Janine Cole; many nieces and nephews and their families, along with her three spoiled feline children, Emma, Sebastian, and Chandler. In addition to her parents, Kay was preceded in death by her sister, Jane A. Foster; brother-in-law, Wayne Foster and her brother, Larry L. Cole. A memorial will be held at a later date. Final arrangements have been entrusted to Skorupski’s – Bay County. Memorial contributions may be directed to Pit & Balcony Theatre or the Humane Society of Bay County. The entire family wishes to extend a heartfelt thanks to the staff of Brian’s House, along with Mary, Deb, and Connie from Heartland Hospice for their compassionate care. Expressions of sympathy may be shared with the family online at www.skorupskis.com."


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