I was very sorry to hear of Kay's passing from my mother-in-law who danced with her in Asheville. My late husband and I helped Kay get settled in NC. My condolences to Jason and the rest of the family.
To the Family of Kathryn Demos,
We are very sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved Kay. We pray that you will be comforted to know that Kay now rests eternally in the warm grace of the Good Shepherd, as explained in the Gospel of Saint John.
Kay was a very dear sweet lady. She was also very soft-spoken. I was privileged to sing in the Choir with her for many years. Now, she adds her beautiful voice to the Choir of Angels in Heaven!
Once she hosted a picnic of the Trinity Adult Group at her magnificent home, but more magnificent than the yard and house was the staircase leading from the first to the second floor: there was not one inch of space that was not covered by awesome icons.
We all missed Kay when she moved out of state, except for the tremendous variety of emails she sent: some humorous, others about Greek religion, history, and culture, others about folk dancing, and so many more!
It has been said that a heart is not judged by how much a person loves, but by how many others love that person. Looking at the emails of fellow Choir members I know that Kay was loved by many!
May Her Memory Be Eternal!
With Love In Christ,
Andrea and Tom Blasi
Kathryn’s family: I'm so sorry for your loss. I went through a similar situation and I was very helped by the hope that I found in the Bible in John 5:28, which says, "Do not amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out". I am sending you a link with more information on this hope.