Kathleen 'Kay' R. Dewey

04/16/1938 - 02/12/2021

Funeral Home: Kerr-Parzygnot Funeral Home 540 Dixie Hwy Chicago Heights IL (Map-it)

Cemetery: Assumption Cemetery 19500 S Cottage Grove, Glenwood, Illinois (Map-it)

Kathleen Rose Dewey (nee Sandroni) passed away peacefully on February 12th in Peoria, AZ.  She was born on April 16th, 1938 in Chicago Heights at St. James Hospital.  She lived a wonderful life surrounded by a very loving and close family.  She went to Bloom High School, was married to Bill Dewey in 1958 and they celebrated 62 years of marriage together after dating for 5 years.  She lived in the southern California area for 5 years in the late 60’s and then moved back to Chicago Heights.  She also lived in Homewood and Darien until moving to Arizona in 2014 to be near her sons.  She worked off and on through the years and retired from the Illinois Hospital Association.  She loved her work and her family dearly and is leaving many friends and family.

She’s survived by her loving husband, Bill Dewey and her two sons Jeff and Kevin and her grandson who she adored, Hunter Dewey who all live in the Phoenix area.  

Visitation Friday, February 19th   from 3:00 PM until time of service at 7:00PM, officiating by Todd Cosenza at Kerr-Parzygnot Funeral Home, 540 Dixie Hwy. (at Joe Orr Rd.), Chicago Heights, IL 60411.   Interment:  Assumption Cemetery, Glenwood, Illinois.   Info: (708) 754-0016

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3 Comments

  1. Ray Miller on February 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm
    Bill,
    Chris and I are deeply saddened by your loss, Kay is one of the most beautiful and caring people we know and I’m sure we are not the only people who know this.
    She will always hold a special place in our hearts and memories!
    We, are blessed for knowing you both.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the boys.


  2. Al Silcroft on February 19, 2021 at 9:32 am
    Hello Bill. Sorry to hear about the loss of Kay. Not many people get to be married for over 60 years. I am happy that you had that special relationship for so long. And you were able to enjoy several years golfing, being with your family and enjoying the warm weather down south. Once again, I am very sorry for your loss.

    Al Silcroft



  3. Barb Haller on February 20, 2021 at 9:41 am
    To Kay’s Family:

    I worked at IHA with Kay, and so enjoyed her sweet smile and friendly manner. I am so sorry for your loss.



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