Condolences for the Family of
George Oliver McKay, Jr.

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From: Kitten Johnson and Marlene Ackiss

Aunt Barbara, Shelly, Keith, Stephanie, Georgie, Cheryl, and kids, we are so sorry for your loss. Uncle Corky will be missed. Kitten and Marlene

1/8/2018 1:53:22 PM

From: barbara addy

Dear Barb and family, so sorry for your loss. I have always remembered when we all pioneered in April of 1977. My daughter Nikki was almost 5 and George said he would give her a quarter if she would do a presentation at the door. He went with her and she did it and got her quarter. It was her 1st time speaking at a door. Many good memories. Love to all and may Jehovah comfort your hearts. Much love, Bill and Barb Addy

1/5/2018 7:29:56 PM

From: Deborah (Debbie) Lewis

I’m truly sorry to hear about Bro. McKay. Please accept my heartfelt sympathy. My prayers that Jehovah will be with you to comfort you in this time of sadness.

1/5/2018 3:11:02 PM

From: Renee Callender Pope

Thinking of you all. So sorry for your loss. May Jehovah bring you comfort.

1/5/2018 2:34:02 PM

From: Mary Dean McCracken

So sorry to hear about George. He was a wonderful person. He was from a wonderful Family. My prayers are with the McKay Family. You have been thru a lot lately so keep your head up.

1/5/2018 11:01:43 AM

From: Wendy Johnson

Uncle Lipps was such a good uncle. He was so funny and very smart. Aunt Barb, Shelly, Keith, and George I'm praying that god wraps you in the comfort of his loving arms during this sad time. I love you all!

1/3/2018 5:44:10 PM

From: Lisa Moulder

Uncle Corky was the best and he will be missed! He helped me out when I really needed it and I will always be grateful to him for that. We had some really good times when his family would visit us in Colorado. I'll always treasure those tubing trips. I am so looking forward to the time when death will be no more.

1/3/2018 12:18:37 PM

From: Vicki Andrews (Clayburn)

I have very fond memories of my Uncle Corky. As a child, we lived very close to one another and he, along with my grandfather, were the only constant positive male figures in my life. They showed me what a man should be, how he should conduct himself and how he should love and honor his family. He was very funny and sometime mischievous with a wonderful sense of humor. He worked hard and provided for his family and sometimes ours too. He was obviously loyal, married for almost 60 years ... WOW. He will be missed by many, including me, my siblings and my mother, Leonna Clayburn. Love you Uncle Corky. You will always remain a special man in my heart.

1/3/2018 11:41:44 AM

From: Karla and Louie Herman

We will never forget how kind and caring George McKay was to EVERY single person he encountered! Thinking of dear Barbara and their family, and of our former Walnut Creek Congregation in West Des Moines, Iowa. Louie and I never had the privilege of knowing George when he was young, but we look forward to doing so in the new system of things: Let his flesh become fresher than in youth; let him return to the days of his youthful vigor, Job 33:25. Love and Hugs to all, from Cimarron, Kansas, Karla and Louie Herman

1/3/2018 9:48:09 AM

From: Mary Gutierrez

So sorry to hear about Brother McKay. We know he is on the sleep train heading for paradise and we will see him soon. May Jehovah continue to get you strength to endure these Last days. Sincerely,may the scriptures comfort us. Isaiah 26:19; Ps. 37:11,29.

1/3/2018 9:16:59 AM

From: Rocha Irvin

Truly heartbroken to hear of Uncle Corkys passing.I hope you find comfort in knowing he was loved and will be truly missed.

1/3/2018 6:39:35 AM

From: Joel W Miller

im sorry for your loss keith he was a nice man in the short time i worked there at reliable maitnance

1/3/2018 1:04:11 AM

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