In memory of
Kay Beverly Kaliman
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In memory of
Kay Beverly Kaliman
Kay Beverly Kaliman Kay Beverly Kaliman, 72, of Tumwater, WA, passed away on June 30, 2018, due to cancer. A lifetime partner, daughter, sister, mother, and grandmother, she will be remembered as a kind and loving person with an extraordinary sense of humor. She was born on October 20, 1945, in Spokane, WA, to Virginia (Strickland) and Marvin "Joe" Hasting. She was a graduate of Napa High School in Napa, CA, and the University of Montana in Missoula, MT. Kay grew up in Willow Creek and Springhill, MT, and Napa, CA. After graduating from college with a degree in education, Kay became a 2nd grade teacher at Packwood Elementary where she began her lifelong pursuit in helping others. In 1978, Kay began working for the Washington State Employment Security Department. In her 38 years of service, Kay had the opportunity to work in several offices in many different capacities. While she had many hobbies, what Kay loved most was the company of her friends and family. She is survived by her children, Virginia (Sean) Detty, Teressa (Daniel) Rexus, and Veronica Kaliman; her brother, Kenneth Hasting; her lifetime partner of 38 years, Charles Wiley; his son, Joshua (Julianne) Wiley; cousin Gary (Sandie) Metcalf, and her first husband, Louie Kaliman. She is preceded in death by Charlie's daughter, Tabatha (Kevin) Cropper. Kay especially enjoyed time with her grandchildren: Jayseph, Kayleen, Robert, Richard, Alexandrea, Kassandra, Josie, Rebekah, Matthew and Hezekiah. A celebration of her life is scheduled from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 21st at Mills & Mills Funeral Home & Memorial Park in Tumwater, WA. The family invites you to read her full obituary, share your thoughts, fond memories and condolences at www.dignitymemorial.com which will be available prior to and after her service.
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Tumwater, WA 98512
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In memory of
Kay Beverly Kaliman
Kay Beverly Kaliman Kay Beverly Kaliman, 72, of Tumwater, WA, passed away on June 30, 2018, due to cancer. A lifetime partner, daughter, sister, mother, and grandmother, she will be remembered as a kind and loving person with an extraordinary sense of humor. She was born on October 20, 1945, in Spokane, WA, to Virginia (Strickland) and Marvin "Joe" Hasting. She was a graduate of Napa High School in Napa, CA, and the University of Montana in Missoula, MT. Kay grew up in Willow Creek and Springhill, MT, and Napa, CA. After graduating from college with a degree in education, Kay became a 2nd grade teacher at Packwood Elementary where she began her lifelong pursuit in helping others. In 1978, Kay began working for the Washington State Employment Security Department. In her 38 years of service, Kay had the opportunity to work in several offices in many different capacities. While she had many hobbies, what Kay loved most was the company of her friends and family. She is survived by her children, Virginia (Sean) Detty, Teressa (Daniel) Rexus, and Veronica Kaliman; her brother, Kenneth Hasting; her lifetime partner of 38 years, Charles Wiley; his son, Joshua (Julianne) Wiley; cousin Gary (Sandie) Metcalf, and her first husband, Louie Kaliman. She is preceded in death by Charlie's daughter, Tabatha (Kevin) Cropper. Kay especially enjoyed time with her grandchildren: Jayseph, Kayleen, Robert, Richard, Alexandrea, Kassandra, Josie, Rebekah, Matthew and Hezekiah. A celebration of her life is scheduled from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 21st at Mills & Mills Funeral Home & Memorial Park in Tumwater, WA. The family invites you to read her full obituary, share your thoughts, fond memories and condolences at www.dignitymemorial.com which will be available prior to and after her service.
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Services Provided By
Mills & Mills Funeral Home and Memorial Park
5725 Littlerock Road SW
Tumwater, WA 98512
Past Services ╲╱
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