AMY ROSINA (LEWIS) MCKAY AUGUST 27, 1923 – APRIL 8, 2013Posted: April 15th, 2013
Amy died quietly with her family around her. She was predeceased by her husband of 54 years, Don McKay.
Amy was born in Bath, England. She served WWII in the RAF as a radio operator. In 1946 she came to Winnipeg as a young War Bride and mother. She expected “flowers in February”. She and Don raised their family in Ralston, Alberta where she retired from CFB Suffield. They then spent many years travelling extensively and celebrating their family. Amy was a lifelong member of the RC Legion, Canadian War Brides and many charities. She was an avid golfer and passionate bridge player. She came to Summerland to be closer to her Granddaughter and her young family in 2000. Amy lived independently and drove her own vehicle until her death. She was 89 years old. Amy was a generous, loving lady who will be mourned by her entire family. She has left Jean (Mike) Donnelly of Summerland, Jim (Eunice) McKay of Winnipeg, George (Dawn) McKay of Victoria, 8 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren and her brother Martin Lewis of Bath, England. A memorial will be held in Summerland. Amy and Don’s ashes will be scattered together. Condolences may be directed to the family through providencefuneralhomes.com.