Upon reading Kay's obituary, I couldn't help but reminisce what it was like growing up in the fifties in Dunmore, PA. Kay McLaine was such a wonderful person, as was her husband John. What fond memories I have of being a frequent guest in the McLaine home, as many were. Theirs was a house that was always welcoming to the friends of their children. And, with 5 children of their own, there were many friends who would stop by. I happened to be one of Jack's friends, which led to being friends with the whole family. Kay was always including guests at the dinner table and there was always enough to go around. But, the most memorable food item she had, that really sticks out in my mind, was the homemade loaves of bread she baked weekly. And, it wasn't just a couple loaves ... probably more like three dozen or more. What a treat on baking day! Feasting on fresh baked bread with butter. I also remember the many pinochle games we played, with Kay as a player/teacher. She really knew how to play cards! One last thought ... if Kay had not given birth to her son Jack, who introduced me to Michele, my wife of 46 years, then I would not be the lucky guy I am now. Thank You Kay! Mark E. McDade, January 23, 2019 Peg and other family members, I'm sorry to hear of your loss. Kay and Betty were so helpful to my mom and brother in Dunmore. May the Lord comfort you at this time of loss.
Lori Ballantyne, January 20, 2019 We are very sorry for your loss. Your Mom was a wonderful woman. She was a great friend to our Mom Theresa. Bob and Sally Judge, January 20, 2019 Jack, Bill, and Jim to all the family my deepest condolences to you. I have a lot of memories with all and I shall pray for all. Please let me know about grave site if possible.
Cindy Smith, January 13, 2019