Mary Kay Blair was a caring wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, and friend. She left this world due to medical conditions on March 6, 2022, at age 69.
She was born to John and Florence Bush on May 29, 1952. After turning 18, she chased her dreams of becoming a wife and mother. She married James Blair Junior on March 27, 1971. After her first year of marriage, she had her first child. In later years she would have two more children — a total of three children, Jimmy, Jason, and Julie. To help raise and support her children, she worked at Tiffany’s In-home Services and enjoyed caring for others.
She spent her time cooking delicious meals, going to church, writing short stories, fishing, and camping with the family. She was known to be a bit clumsy. She’d be the only person I know to find the only hole in a 2-mile radius, resulting in some quite funny ways of getting her back to the car. She would always say, “I’m so graceful, but I’ll be fine.” It always ended with a rolled ankle that would swell and bruise and end our fishing trip. She loved the smell of lavender and would often spray it on herself and around the house. She loved quiet evenings sitting on the porch with her husband. She enjoyed calls from friends and family. She loved her cat, and sometimes she had the uncanny ability to say the craziest things like can you sneak the cat into the hospital to visit me, and it’s okay to sneak in the hospital after hours what can they do to you, because I need you to rub my back. At times I couldn’t quite figure out if she was being serious. Her antics like this will cause her to be missed by all that loved her.
She leaves behind three children, Jimmy, Jason, and Julie; her grandchildren, Victoria, Jason, Adriana, and Colt; her great-grandchildren, Bryson and Emerson; her sister, Martha; and her brother, John.
A funeral service is scheduled for 11 a.m. on March 23, 2022, at the Mosby Baptist Church, 23616 2nd Ave., Mosby, MO 64024.
Arrangements in care of Bross & Spidle Funeral Home, Excelsior Springs.
Our Sincere Condolences
Sincere condolences to her children and family, hope it brings peace to know her battle is over and shes making family and friends in heaven smile.
Aubrey & Martha Foxworthy