Kay Lenore (Hill-Plourd) Sebade
Nov. 14, 1932 – June 7, 2021
Kay was born in Winlock, Washington, Nov. 14, 1932, and her Lord referred to as her dwelling on June 7, 2021 in Homer, Alaska.
She moved all around involving Washington, Oregon, California and Canada during her childhood just before graduating from Roosevelt Large Faculty in Portland, Oregon, in 1952. She went to operate at United Airlines in Portland, Oregon, then transferred to Los Angeles. She moved on to supervising the history middle at Space Technologies Laboratories exactly where she experienced to have FBI clearance.
After a limited holiday vacation in 1980 to Seldovia, she fell in adore with Alaska. She packed and sold the property in Seattle and moved below in June of that same year. Following nine months in Seldovia, the subsequent experience was in Anchor Point for a yr before ending up in Homer. She experienced a number of employment for the duration of these years, which include at the Anchor River Inn (1981-82), Marston Authentic Estate (1982-1985), South Peninsula Medical center (1985-1990), Ignore Me Not Flowers & Gifts (1995-1997), Homer Medical Clinic (2000-2003), Homer Senior Heart (2003-2009) and then was on HSC board of administrators. She acquired her EMT certification right after coaching in Seldovia in 1980 and joined the EMT volunteers in Anchor Point in 1981, and then Homer in 1982.
Kay will be remembered for her genuine passions, which were being her family members, church loved ones, her beloved Seattle SEAHAWKS, quilting, reading, classical audio, bowling and sitting on the spit viewing the boats occur in when consuming a Glacier burger. She shared her spare time over the many years with the Homer Senior Centre, the animal shelter and as an conclude of lifestyle volunteer with Hospice of Homer. She was proud of the actuality that she gained her sobriety on Feb. 4, 1980, and was a two-time breast cancer survivor. She had a sort coronary heart, an complete enjoy for daily life and a shining, good perspective even by striving moments.
She is survived by her brother Rene Bollman of Washington, daughters Lara (Paul) Fleenor, of Homer Vicki (Jim) Swaggert, of Homer grandchildren Trevor (Shayla) Plourd, of Oregon, Thomas (Jessica) Anderson, of Nebraska, Shelby Sinn (Randon), of Homer, Halle (D.J.) Marsengill, of Ga and Homer, Aaron (Amber) Fleenor, of Homer, Rose Fleenor, of Anchorage, John Anderson and James Anderson, of Homer 11 wonderful-grandchildren nieces Rebecca (Tom) Stone, Debbie Graham and Margaret Stroknes great-nephew Thomas and wonderful-niece Lacy. Extended family members involve Ken (Wendy) Plourd, Bernie (Ronna) Plourd, Jackie (Tony) Corning, Dawn Plourde, Maureen Sandoval and their little ones.
Preceded in demise by her beloved father William Hill, mom Vesta Kitchener, brother Don “Sam” Hill, decided on sister Terry Hill and nephew Jason Hill.
Solutions will be held at Homer Christian Church at 865 East Conclusion Street on Saturday, June 26, 2021 at 3 p.m. Make sure you sense totally free to use blue or purple, two of Kay’s beloved shades. Any thoughts, you should make contact with Lara Fleenor at (907) 299-6688.
Fairly than flowers, the spouse and children has asked for donations be designed to Hospice of Homer, any veteran group or Homer Animal Shelter.