Kay Lynn Groulx

Oscoda, Michigan
November 14, 1957 - February 21, 2021

Service Location

Millington United Methodist Church ~ Millington, MI

Services

A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, March 13, 2021 at 11 AM at Millington United Methodist Church in Millington, MI.

Obituary Notice

Kay Lynn Groulx
Age 63, of Oscoda, MI. Loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother passed away peacefully at home on February 21, 2021. She was born in Flint, MI on November 14, 1957 to AE and the late Mary Hoard. Kay married Robert Groulx on March 29, 2004 in Kauai, Hawaii. Her love of serving others led her to work in many aspects of the hospitality field. Kay was known for her hard work and dedication. She enjoyed vacationing, camping, counter cross stitching, needle point, scrapbooking and ceramics, but most importantly, she enjoyed spending time with her family and soaking up time with her grandchildren. Kay was a lover of country music, especially her favorite singer, George Strait. She is survived by her loving husband, Robert Groulx; children, Lola Fox and Keith (Shannon) Nagy; step-children, Branden Groulx and Adam (Heather) Groulx; grandchildren, Allison, Ashton, Abby, Ayla, Hayden, Alayna and another due very soon and great-grandchildren, Brantley and Alivia. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to a cancer organization of your choice. A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, March 13, 2021 at 11 AM at Millington United Methodist Church in Millington, MI. You may offer your condolences online at www.bureshfuneralhomes.com.

Memorials

In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to a cancer organization of your choice.

Condolences

We are so sadden by this new. She will definitely be missed by a lot of us. Sending Prayers for all.
— Barbara Groulx
No one can ever fill her shoes! There’s not enough I can say about You KAy!!! To many great memories, you will be missed by every heart you touched!
— Rachel farmer
Such a wonderful woman. Always so pleasant to be around & helpful to everyone. My heart is broken for Robert & family. Always good memories of Kay. Prayers to all.
— Margie Schaaf
Sister - I will cherish all the memories of the wonderful times we had: Florida, the Grand Canyon, camping and family gatherings. I will miss you tremendously but remember and cherish you always.
— Janet Mercer
My condolences to Kay's family and friends. She will be missed in our community. So very sorry.
— Devon Tasior
My whole heart to Bob,you were a true force to be reckoned with,thank you for everything & more.
— Sara Duffiney (Call)
Hard to put my feelings into words, but am so glad you were able to visit me in Alaska. You will be missed by all who knew you. My deepest sympathies to Bob and your families.
— Pat Hoard
I would like to offer my condolence to the whole family of Kay. Just heard that Kay had passed away. Back in 1975 and 1976 I was the German exchange student that went to school with Kay and graduated together with her from Millington High School. Back than I spend quite a bit of time with her and her Ex-husband Terry and brother-in-law Steve Nagy. Came back to visit a few times and the last time I saw Kay was in Birch Run probably around 1991. I remember Lola and Keith as little children. I was very sad to hear about Kay. Hopefully the good memories of Kay will give some comfort to the family during these difficult times.
— Claus Sieck
Very sorry to hear of the passing of a loving woman that I spent many years with. My heart and condolences go out to the Hoard and Groulx families as well as the children and grandchildren. My deepest sympathies to all.
— Terry
I was so sorry to hear of Kay's passing - the times I saw her were few and far between, but every memory I have of her is with a big smile on her face and the sound of her laugh. She will be missed. My prayers for the rest of the family in these times of so much loss.
— Rhonda (Bobb) Stowers
I worked with Kay for a long time we had fun canoeing, camping, shopping together and a lot of fun out at our cabin Christmas Eve she was a dear friend and I am going to miss her so much
— Cheryl Miller
Kay, Thank you for being the most incredible mother-in-law that my daughter could have hoped for. We consider you to be one of our family members and cherish the memories with you. You will be missed but never forgotten. Our deepest sympathy to Bob, Keith, Shannon, Abby, Ayla, Lola, Ashton, Allison, Bentley, and Olivia
— Brian & Penny Wanless

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