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Elizabeth Kay Gunter

Date of Death: June 30, 2017
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Amherst Chapel
1600 Amherst Street
Winchester, VA 22601
Monday 7/3, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Fellowship Bible Church
3217 Middle Road
Winchester, VA 22602
Wednesday 7/5, 11:00 am

Will Be Private

Elizabeth Kay Gunter, devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and daughter passed away on Friday June 30th, at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD. A memorial service celebrating her life will take place at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, July 5th at Fellowship Bible Church located at 3217 Middle Rd, Winchester, VA 22602. The family will receiveContinue Reading

Jane and Denis Cimbal left a message on July 6, 2017:
What a blessing Kay was to all who came in contact with her. She had a beautiful smile and the best laugh ever. She will be greatly missed by everyone.
Nancy Myers left a message on July 6, 2017:
Joyce is my sister and Kay visited at my home in Missouri a long time back. They were so fun and such wonderful friends. Kay brought me a red "You Are Special Plate" and I still have it. She was loved by many people and was a very special person. I know heaven is rejoicing to have her there, spreading the kind of love and happiness that only Kay could give. I will be praying for you all during the next days and weeks.
TC and Roy Schwarz left a message on July 4, 2017:
Kay was unforgettable with her constant smile and her kindness to all!
Deyanira hamilton left a message on July 3, 2017:
My deepest condolence..wish i was there with you. God bless you Helen..Praise God she is home!:
Steve and Susie and Justin Garrett left a message on July 3, 2017:
To the entire family - Steve and I and Justin are deeply saddened by your loss. Kay was a wonderful person and we know she will be missed. We have such fond memories of our times together as parents of Handley students. God Bless.
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Abby Bradbury (Smith) left a message on July 3, 2017:
Grateful for Kay's life, faith, friendship to my Mom and Dad, and loving support of my sister, Leslie, and I. I have many fond memories of time spent with Kay and Shandon, and much laughter and love in Kay's home. I will continue to pray for all of you. You've been on my heart and mind. I look forward to family reunions one day with Jesus. Love to all. - Abby Bradbury (Smith)
Tracy Easteadt left a message on July 3, 2017:
I am a friend of Joyce Smith and her family. I did not personally know Kay, but I have heard such wonderful stories about her. She was kind and generous, loving and loyal. To know this about someone I do not know, speaks volumes for her. I offer you my most sincere condolences. I am praying for you as go through this difficult time and these many changes.
Leslie (Smith) Pickenheim and family left a message on July 3, 2017:
Mr. Gunter and family, We are so sad to hear of Mrs. Gunter's passing, but we know that she is rejoicing! Our prayer is that God will bring you amazing comfort in the days and weeks and months ahead. I have such wonderful memories of growing up with Shandon and your whole family! Mrs. Gunter was a beautiful friend to my mom, and she provided much encouragement and laughter to my family. I will never forget our embarrassment as she and my mom cackled throughout the movie Driving Miss Daisy, and I remember countless hours spent under the weeping willow tree in your yard. I also remember Mrs Gunter lecturing me once about never getting a tattoo. Haha! I guess my parents must've been concerned I'd get one? There are so many beautiful memories, and someday we will all sit around that heavenly table, sharing memories, playing bridge, and rejoicing in friendship and in Him. We love you and are praying for you.
Billy & Cathy Albright left a message on July 3, 2017:
Sam and family, we are so sorry to hear of Kay's passing. She was truly a woman of GOD. She touched everyone's heart that she came in contact with. Kay was instrumental in introducing the women at Boyce Baptist church to Beth Moore along with her Bible studies and conferences. She was a grand lady and will be missed by everyone.
Eloise Watson Chavis left a message on July 2, 2017:
My dear friend since nine years old, neighbor, and classmate at Airport High School. We had a great time playing as little girls growing up. She taught me how to make spaghetti. Since they had a large family we had to fix a lot of pasta, meat sauce, and grated cheese. I so loved when she fixed spaghetti and asked me to help her because she would ask me to eat with her. I was from the country and never had spaghetti before so this pleased me immensely. My deepest condolences to all of the family and with the most sympathy as they say bye to a most precious and beautiful lady. About five years ago this month I had the pleasure of seeing Kay's step mother Helen at my mother's visitation. She too is such a beautiful and so kind lady. I was shocked to see her but I remembered her beautiful and sweetest smile. My mother would be (99) this year and she and Helen were close in age. I am not the one to decide God is, but here this young beautiful lady leaves us so soon. That is why it is so important to live each day as if it is your last as it just might be. Bye for now my dear friend Kay. Rest in Peace dear.
Bonita left a message on July 2, 2017:
...I will always remain thankful for the love and devotion shared in our Lord while they were at Boyce Baptist. Throughout years afterward, there was never less than a kind and cordial greeting from my sister in Christ!! Much love to all her family!!
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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