Kathryn A. “Kay” Munson

Kathryn A. “Kay” Munson

May 24, 1933 – Feb 4, 2017

Preceded in death by husband, Dale R. Munson; parents, Harry and Anastasia Tietz. Survived by daughters, Ann Hegarty (Michael) and Ruth Maguire (Joseph); grandchildren: Erin Markel (Brian), Amy and Christine Hegarty, Michaela, Claire, Matthew and Ellie Maguire; sister-in-law, Leona Munson; brother-in-law, Howard Munson (Anah); nieces, nephews, and many cousins.

ROSARY Monday, Feb. 13th at 10am, Christ the King Catholic Church, followed by MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL at 11am at the church. Interment: Vasa, Minnesota Cemetery. Memorials to Nebraska Humane Society; Chaska, Minnesota Historical Society; or Siena/Francis House.

 

4 Comments

  • Sharon Struve Posted February 5, 2017 12:59 pm

    My sincere condolences to you, Kay’s family. Ruthie and Annie, you were loved so dearly by your parents. It was such a pleasure to sing with them both in the Messiah (Voices of Omaha) and in Omaha Symphonic Chorus. May blessings of the peace of our Savior be with each one of you as you keep both of them close to your hearts forever.
    Keep a song in your hearts.
    Fondly, Sharon Struve – Voices of Omaha Board Member and Omaha Symphonic Chorus member.

  • Colette Kramer Posted February 5, 2017 2:06 pm

    Saddened and teary-eyed when I saw this in this morning’s paper. Certainly intend to see you at whatever and whenever services will be at Christ the King this week. How I would have liked to have had one good long laugh together in one of our many Alto sections we shared all these years. Now she is singing with angels!

  • Kathy & Dennis Schafer Posted February 7, 2017 2:32 pm

    To the family of Kay…Our most sincere sympathy , love, thoughts and prayers are with you. We knew both Kay & Dale well – back in the days of Voices of Omaha and also Choral Arts. Then there were the “Many, Many” St. Patricks Days at Dinker’s Bar. Your Mom & Dad introduced Dennis & I to the best corn beef and cabbage in town some 25 yrs ago and we still go their every yr. and think of Kay & Dale every time. The laughter & shared travel stories can never be replaced. May God’s blessings always be with you all.

  • Jim Mullin Posted February 12, 2017 10:05 pm

    So sorry to hear about Kay’s passing. She was my godmother and as kids she was a favorite cousin of all of us Mullin kids.

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