Mary Kay (Grabfelder) Westcott
|Posted 2022-11-18 by mhenderson|
|Published by The Miner on Nov. 17, 2022 -|
Kingman, Arizona -
Mary Kay Westcott passed away in The Woodlands, Texas on Oct. 25, 2022.
Mrs. Westcott was born in Warsaw, Indiana on Feb. 21, 1948 to Richard
Fred Grabfelder and Sarah Christine (Urbach) Grabfelder.
Mrs. Westcott was employed in the medical industry most of her life as a
medical staff administrator, secretary and transcriptionist at Kingman
Regional Medical Center in Kingman, Arizona, and Houston Northwest
Medical Center in Houston, Texas. She also was an administrative
assistant for the Mohave County Arizona Medical Examiner for 17 years.
Along with her husband, Jay Westcott, they operated Westcott Trucking
Company. Her favorite past-time was spending time with her
grandchildren. Mrs. Westcott cherished her grandchildren and was beloved
“Kay-Kay” to them all.
Mrs. Westcott was married to the late Jay Westcott who preceded her in
death along with her parents.
She is survived by her son, Lane Westcott, his wife Carly and their
daughters Kylee Denise and Kennedy Lane of Spring, Texas as well as two
stepsons, Ryan Westcott, his daughter Alexis Jaye of Spring, Texas, son
Zakree Dawley of Kingman, Arizona and grandaughter Ezaylie Dawley; and
Forest Cartwright (Diana) and children Hannah Marie Cartwright and
Christopher Cole Mahorney of Decautur, Texas; and sister-in-law Diana
Wright of Kingman, Arizona. Mrs. Westcott is also survived by grandson
Evan Michael Westcott (who she and her husband raised as their own) as
well as numerous cousins in California, Arizona, Michigan and North
No service is planned per Mrs. Westcott's wishes.
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