Kay E (Grondin Pichie) Davis

Died: Mon., Sep. 21, 2015


Visitation

5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Thu., Sep. 24, 2015
Location: Jackman Funeral Home


Funeral Mass

10:00 AM Fri., Sep. 25, 2015
Location: St. Denis Church


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Douglas- Kay E. (Grondin) Pichie Davis, 73, of Webster, formerly of Douglas died Mon. Sept. 21 surrounded by her loving family. Her husband Thomas J. Davis died Feb. 20, 2001.
     She is survived by 2 sons, Paul J. Pichie IV of Thousand Oaks CA, and Phil P. Pichie of Thompson, CT; a daughter Pauline A. Jackman of Webster with whom she lived; 9 grandchildren Paul Jr., Heather, Hollie, Niko, Hannah, Samuel, Grace, Jake, and Trent; 2 great-grandchildren Sophia and August; 2 brothers Rene J. Grondin of Livermore Falls, ME and Wayne N. “Mickey” Grondin of Webster; 3 sisters Jean E. Grondin of N. Grosvenordale CT, Beth A. Greene of PA, and Roxann L. Kenadeck of Danielson, CT; her former husband Paul J. Pichie of Douglas, and many nieces and nephews.  She was predeceased by a daughter Paula J. Pichie who died in 1985 and was sister of the late Barbara A. Beattie, Gary A. Grondin, and James T. Grondin.  Born in Douglas on May 23, 1942, Kay was the daughter of Andrea A. and Evelyn K. (Riley) Grondin and lived in Douglas, Webster, and Thompson, CT all of her life.
     Kay worked as a spinner for the former Haywood-Schuster Woolen Co. in Douglas and Anglo Fabrics in Webster over 20 years.  She was educated in the Douglas Public school system. She loved her entire family and enjoyed spending time with her grandkids, always attending their events. Over the years she held an open door to family and friends who needed help. Kay also enjoyed knitting, crocheting, playing cards, and fishing.  
     Her funeral will be held on Fri. Sept. 25 form Jackman Funeral Home, 7 Mechanic St., Douglas with a Mass at 10 am in St. Denis Church, 23 Manchaug St.  Burial will follow in St. Denis Cemetery.  Calling hours at the funeral home are Thurs. Sept. 24 from 5 to 8 p.m.  Donations in Kay’s memory may be made to the Robert F. Kennedy Children’s Action Corps,11 Beacon Street, Suite 820, Boston, MA 02108. To leave a condolence message for the family, please visit www.jackmanfuneralhomes.com

Charitable donations may be made in Kay's memory to the following organization:

Robert F. Kennedy Children’s Action Corps
11 Beacon Street, Suite 820, Boston, MA 02108

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Barbara Karman
   Posted Mon September 21, 2015
Thanks for all you had done to help Suzanne & me throughout the years. Thanks for always remaining a friend and making me feel as though I was still part of the family. Remembering all the times we gathered to play pitch and all the fun our kids had playing together growing up. You have been a great friend and will be missed by us all. Love prayers and condolences to the family.

verneice richard
   Posted Mon September 21, 2015
I am so sorry for the loss of your mother.

Jay Yacino
   Posted Tue September 22, 2015
So very sorry for your loss. The old adage that she is in a better place may not totally ring true for her family and friends left behind, but she will forever be watching over you all just as she has always done. She just has a better vantage point now.

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