Eleanore B. Kay

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Eleanore B.
Kay

Kay, Eleanore B. (nee Hofner)
To the Honor and Glory of God for 93 years, Eleanore Kay graduated from this life to true Glory on March 15, 2014. ‘Ellie’ was a Christian and loving Mom to Tom & Irene; deeply loving Grandma to Jason and Holly (Scott) Dixon; and had a rich love of her very Special Great-Grandkids Jami, Dylan, Brooklynn and twins Savannah and Amelia. Her family was so important to her everyday life. Preceded in death by her Mom, Eleanor Hofner (Heiligenthal) Nov. 1989; sisters Rosemary Jackson and Kathleen Loebel and brothers Art, Leon, and Don Hofner, and ‘soulmate’ Art Mueller. ‘Ellie’ had other close and loving relationships with nieces, nephews, neighbors, patients, care-givers and friends of 68 years and less. A visitation will be held Wednesday at the Funeral Home from 10-11AM followed by a service at 11AM. Interment Highland Memorial Park following the service. In lieu of flowers, etc, donations to the Linden Grove Mukwonago Campus would be appreciated.

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Diane Parys

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Paulette Jane La Mountain

Tom & I shared the Gesu grade school experience together, although not In the same grade, It was our first formal introduction to God, but Tom had a head start because of his wonderful Mom! By example, she raised him to be a good Christian man and a devoted son. I know he is a tribute to her by being a wonderful husband & father. He also learned compassion as well as loyalty eye. He has been a good friend to many, to which I can gratefully attest! I know she is very proud of him and did her earthly job well!

Tom & Irene, peace and love in HIS name! Paulette (Stolowski) La Mountain

Mary Quirk-Thompson

To the family of Eleanore B. Kay, It was with sadness that I became aware of Eleanore’s passing. The sadness was not because she had gone to God but rather that I had not known so as to attend her funeral. I knew that she was a devoted Christian and a mother and that her son, Tom, appreciated that very much. And I know that Tom was a devoted son and that his wife Irene was a devoted daughter to Eleanore. Devotion to one another. Is there anything more wonderful? I don’t think so. Take care and please accept my sincere sympathy,
Mary Quirk-Thompson.

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