Kay was my childhood friend Stacey's mother. They were my neighbors who lived across the street from the school yard from us. I was always over there and Stacey was always at my house. We had lots of laughter and a few tears too, but all-in-all,Kay was one of those people that grew on youimmediately with her quick wit andawesome sense of humor. We had a lot of fun, but when she passed at just age 40, it broke my heart and I had to keep an eye on Stacey too. We all went through hell from the pain that her death caused. Iwas naive about drugs thenbecause I didn't start using until I was 21. So I was so shocked about her death. I'll always remember what she meant and means to me. She was a very special woman and I'll always remember her for that. Love you Kay!
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