Louisville: Kay Margaret LaShomb Green, age 85 of Tucker Terrace, passed away at CVPH, Plattsburgh, on Friday April 12, 2019 with her loving family by her side. She was born on June 6, 1933 to the late Guy and Ethel (LaComb) LaShomb of Norfolk & Massena.
She was one of twelve siblings, Velma (Deruchia), Marie (Krusher), MaryJane, and Carl. She was predeceased by Robert, Harold, Donald, Virginia, Raymond, Lawrence, and Leo.
She married her high school sweetheart, Robert L. Green who predeceased her in 1995. She had seven children, Deborah A. Fent (Brian), Kathy E. Green (Shawna Cecot), Robert G. Green (Margaret), Lori Kay Curran (Patrick) and Michael J. Green. Also, Michael Robert and Ann Margaret whom where deceased in infancy. She is also survived by her ten grandchildren whom she adored; Marcie Kay, William, Angela, Katie, BreAnn MaryKay, Erinn, Megan, Kelli Kay and Colleen. In addition, ten great-grandchildren; Sadie, Emmalyn, Carmen, Sebastian, Gideon, Henry, Mason, Benjamin, Alexander and Madeleine Kay.
She would like to be remembered for the love she had for her husband Bob, her children and grandchildren whom she devoted her entire life to. She also loved all her beloved pets, past & present, Tara, Allie, Mia and Gracie Kay. She was known for her style, her love of life, music, and dancing. She enjoyed traveling and visiting with her neighbors and friends. Her friends were many; her love for them was sincere. She often mentioned how she loved her mother and missed her dearly, and her father was an early mentor for her in his namesake restaurant, Guy's Dinner. She waitressed at Guy’s and took great pride in her work accomplishments and pleasing customers, especially the children. She was an exceptional cook at home and loved to make meals and treats for her family; holidays were a warm and fun-filled time for family.
Her Catholic faith was at the core of her being and was very important to her. A Celebration of Life will be held at 11:00 A.M. on Wednesday, April 17, 2019 at St. Lawrence Church, Willard Road, Louisville. Burial immediately to follow in the parish cemetery. Those attending are encouraged to wear a touch of pink, which was her favorite color, in her honor.
The family has entrusted arrangements to the care and direction of the Phillips Memorial Home, Massena.
In lieu of flowers, the family would kindly acknowledge donations and memorial contributions to AMVETS Post #4; 12 Andrew Street or the Massena Humane Society; 177 South Racquette River Road, Massena, NY.
Family and friends are welcome to share condolences by visiting www.PhillipsMemorial.com