Canton - Kay Hogue, 77, passed away on Thursday, April 4, 2019 at Graham Hospital Emergency room.
She was born on August 26, 1941 in Elmwood to Milo and Vera (Oldfield) Harkness. They preceded her in death.
Surviving are her children, Penny (Robert) Althiser of Elmwood, Shelly (Jim) Cornwell of Creve Coeur, Robert (Sara) Hogue of Maquon, two brothers, Dick
Harkness of Canton, Ronald Harkness of London Mills, eight grandchildren, Brad, Katie, Robert, Hannah, Raymond, Aaron, Olivia and Abby and sixteen Great grandchildren.
Also preceding her in death is one sister, Betty Wheeler.
Kay worked for ALCOA in Princeville. She was a member of White Chapel United Methodist Church and enjoyed crocheting and keeping track of the family history.
Cremation rites have been accorded per her wishes and a graveside burial of the ashes will be held on Saturday, April 13, 2019 at the Elmwood Township Cemetery at 11am. A celebration of her life will follow at the 1st Presbyterian Church in Elmwood.
Memorials can be made to 1st Presbyterian Church in Elmwood.
To leave online condolences, please visit www.oakshinesfuneralhome.com
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Rest in Peace Kay. We had some good times. Loved working with you at LR Nelson's. What a great person you were.
Penny, Shelly, & Bobby, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your mom. She was a great person who always looked out of the good of others. I still remember staying the night at your house numerous times and having such a great time with your mom. I also remember going to Six Flags and getting sick in the first 10 minutes of being there. She was a great person and I hope that God is helping heal your hearts as you grieve the loss of mom. And, I am so sorry I could not make it back for her services.
Penny, Shelly and Bobby, my most heartfelt condolences to your families. I have many, many great memories of 'Aunt Kay'! She loved to laugh, that's for sure! I hope you can find some comfort in knowing how lucky we were to have such great Moms. RIH Aunt Kay---- Vicky Miller
Asking for God's comfort as you grieve your Mom and Grandmother Kay. She was a classmate friend in the Elmwood High School class of 1959. I shall miss her friendship. Carroll Inskeep