Margaret Utt

Kay Utt

Sunday, April 6th, 1941 - Saturday, April 25th, 2020
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Kay Utt
1941 – 2020
Cameron, MO- Margaret Kay Utt, 79, formerly of Cameron, MO. passed away April 25, 2020 at a health care facility in Lawson, MO. Kay was born April 6, 1941 in Coffey, Mo to William Clair and Beulah (Alder) Miller.
Kay was a 1959 graduate of Bethany High School. She worked as an administrative assistant for many years. She had a great enjoyment for music, singing and dancing and enjoyed being a part of the “Entertainers” group of Cameron Regional Medical Center and prior Cameron Community Hospital. Her greatest joy was spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Clair and Beulah; husband Dale; stepdaughter Karey Utt; twin sister Fay Denny; brothers Bill and Glen Miller; sisters Mary Lou Searcy and Ella Lea Smith and grandson Zachary Ryan Watkins.
Kay is survived by 2 sons, Philip (Brenda) Crouse, Smithville, MO., Kevin Crouse, Plattsburg, MO.; daughter, Robin (Wade) Smith, Cameron, MO.; stepson Dan (Shelly) Utt, Kansas City, MO., stepdaughters, Angelia (Richard) Crouse, Excelsior Springs, MO. and Brenda (Scott) Burton, Independence, MO.; brother Donald (Linda) Miller, Stewartsville, MO., 19 grandchildren, 8 greatgrandchildren, and first husband and father of her three children, William L. Crouse, Lawson, MO.
Graveside services will be held Friday May 1, 2020 at 1:00 PM at Graceland Memorial Cemetery, Cameron, MO.
In lieu of flowers, the family recommends a random act of kindness or to donate to those in need during these challenging times.
Friends may pay respects from 9:00 Am Wednesday to Noon Friday.
Arrangements are under the direction of Poland-Thompson Funeral Home, Cameron, MO. For online condolences, please visit
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    Friday, May 1st, 2020 | 1:00pm
    Friday, May 1st, 2020 1:00pm
    Graceland Memorial Cemetery
    BB Highway
    CAMERON, MO 64429
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    In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a random act of kindness by donating to those in need during this challenging time.
    Pastor Russell Hamilton


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Posted at 05:34pm
Aunt Kay was a bundle of fun! Our Mother was fifteen when she and her twin sister were born. The twins were teenagers when we were little girls and oh my how we idolized them! I loved hearing the story of the day they were born. Grandma said that Grandpa took one look at them and said - "Well I do not know any twins names except Mildred and Margaret, those two twin sisters that live in town. Guess we will name them that." Grandma had let him have the say on naming the children they had and since this was number six and seven she piped up and said - "Kay and Fay" sound like twin names! And so it came to be Mildred Fay and Margaret Kay. But they always went by Fay and Kay! If Kay were here right this moment she would laugh and say - "I love it." That is an expression she used often to express herself. And Aunt Kay, we loved you. Oh so much. Sincere sympathy and warm hugs - Cheryl Searcy Wemhoff

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Posted at 02:19pm
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Karen L Cotton

Posted at 04:35pm
Robin, so sorry to hear that your Mother has passed! It doesn't make any difference how old you are --we still don't like to give them up!! Our sincere sympathy!!
Karen & Steve Cotton

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