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Karen (Kay) Kanable Reynolds

Obituaries - 07/08/2024 576 1 Tributes
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Karen (Kay) Kanable Reynolds

Karen (Kay) Kanable Reynolds died at 2 PM, July 4, 2024 at The Oaks of Fairmont, Fairmount, GA. 

Kay was born in Kokomo, IN on January 20, 1944.  She was the daughter of Ira and Mickey Fortson Kanable.  She was preceded in death by her parents.

Surviving is her sister JoAnn (Albert) Warner of Rantoul, IL, her children Jeena (Brett) Verdelotti of New Port Richie, FL, Jill (Carl) Conforti of Kennesaw, GA, Jay (Holly) Reynolds of Wichita Falls, TX and Kevin (Ashley) Reynolds of Odessa, FL.  Also surviving are six grandchildren, three great grandchildren and numerous cousins. Kay graduated from Rantoul TWP High School in 1962.  She retired from the USPS after 35 yrs of service.  Kay was an avid reader & loved spending time with her family & friends. 

A Celebration of Life will take place at a later date.  Georgia Funeral Care of Acworth, GA is handling the arrangements.

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