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Kay Mayfield

Kay Mayfield

June 4, 1916     ~     April 20, 2013

 

Kay Mayfield, 96, of Glasgow died April 20, 2013 at NHC Healthcare. She was born on June 4, 1916 in Caruthersville, Missouri to Mr. And Mrs. O. T. Wilson. After attending business college in Pontiac, Michigan, she worked for the Civil Service Commission in Washington, DC, where she met and married Dr. Lynn Mayfield. Her parents, her husband, and a brother, Randall Wilson preceded her in death. She is survived by two nieces: Cindy Wilson of Florida and Phyllis Wilson of Michigan.

Mrs. Mayfield was an avid gardener and flower arranger; past president of the Glasgow Garden Club; past president of the Kentucky Flower Show Arrangers Council;a master flower show judge and landscape critic. She was a member of the Glasgow First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) where she participated in the activities of the sanctuary choir.

A graveside service will be held 4:00 p.m. Thursday, April 25, 2013, at the Glasgow Municipal Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Hatcher and Saddler Funeral Home. No visitation is scheduled. Memorials may take the form of contributions to the First Christian Church Building Fund.


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5 Entries for Kay Mayfield

  1. Sam Terry IV says:

    All of Glasgow owes much gratitude to Kay for making our community an even more beautiful place.

  2. Judith Hatchett says:

    Kay was a joy, a true original. We are all honored by our times with her.

  3. Jane H. Baker says:

    true lady who gave so much to the community and all who knew her. She will be missed and remembered. Jane

  4. Phyllis Wilson says:

    Dear Aunt Kay,
    You have been a great inspiration to me from the time I was a child. Your involvement in your church and your love of flowers moved me to lead the floral ministries program at my own church. Your civic commitment encouraged my interest in volunteerism. Together we both found a joy and passion in our love for travel. I only wish that the number of miles between us wasn’t so great as I would have loved to have been able to spend time with you throughout the years as our visits were too few. I loved corresponding with you over the years. I am blessed to be your niece. I know that you are together again with Uncle Lynn and have been welcomed into God’s heavenly kingdom with open arms. Rest in peace +. Love, Phyllis Wilson (Stamford, CT)

  5. Teresa Harrison says:

    Goodbye my friend. You will be greatly missed. I enjoyed working for and with you and our conversations brought me much joy as i hope and believe they did for you. I am glad you are at home with God. Rest in peace. Love Your Friend, Teresa Harrison