Kathryn “Grandma KK” McKeever-Bevington
Those family members now by her side in heaven include her sister Mary (Bill) Hill, her brother Ed (Mary) Maher, grandson Robby Plogger, great-granddaughter Jori Howley and great-grandson Ayden McKeever.
KK was surrounded in love by her surviving family brother Ken (Pat) Maher. Her sons Sam (Arlene), Tom (Carol) McKeever of Florida, caregiving daughter Margie (Harold) Thomas, and step-son Terry (Cyndi) Bevington.
She was “Grandma Kay” to her 3rd generation of grandchildren Shellee (Gary) Howley, Jeff, Gregg, Kenny, Kristian (Maureen), Shawn, Morgan (AJ), and Matthew McKeever, Cortney (John) White and Trevor Bevington.
She became “KK” to her 4th generation great-grandchildren Tia (Donnie) Rambler, Samuel, Madison, Paytn, Ema, Keeley, Seth, Laurene, Kevin, Jackson and Collin McKeever.
She was blessed with her 5th generation great-great grandchildren Hunter, Kasey and Haleigh Rambler, and Braxton Lockard.
Kay grew up in West Hill and graduated from Buchtel High School. She was proud of her 28 years of service as a grocery cashier at Acme. She was a loving and amazing daughter, mother, sister, grandmother, aunt, and friend to all who ever met her. She was famous for her one liners and witty quick comebacks. She was a joy to be around and was loved deeply by all who knew her and cared for her. Kay lived her life to the fullest. She loved to spend time with family, play cards, do puzzles, travel, crochet, do word search puzzles and especially enjoyed taking care of her cats and dog. She was a Shut the Box game champion and beat anyone who played her.
In her golden years, she enjoyed residing with her family where she was constantly surrounded by love. She was a joy to be around with her colorful personality and love of life attitude. She took pride in keeping everyone in line with her quick wit and shenanigans. She will be so very deeply missed by all who knew her.
A special “thank you” to all of those who loved her through the last years we were blessed with her. She touched so many lives in her 92 years.
All arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Newcomer, Akron Chapel.