Kay Lynn Kaiser was born January 6, 1949 to Mary Zoe and Alva Taylor and lived in Springs Valley her entire life. This has been her home, from riding her tricycle on Adams Street to Taylor Brothers' Hardware to raising her family on the hill in West Baden.
Mrs. Kaiser taught 3rd Grade for 36 years at Springs Valley Elementary School. She loved to read to her class and encourage them to love reading. "Where the Red Fern Grows" and "The Box Car Children" were two of her favorite books to inspire us all.
She married Dennis Kaiser in August 1971 on the porch of Beechwood Mansion. She and Dennis have and will always be a team. They have been inseparable since retirement and Dennis's extreme devotion and passionate love has kept Kay Lynn going for the last few, tough years as she battled liver failure.
Her sons Trevin and Kearby were raised here in the Valley and she loved nothing more than her children. Her devotion to her husband and sons was the most important thing in her life.
This last year she got to spend time with her new granddaughter Katherine Zoe Kaiser, celebrating her birth, many firsts and first birthday.
This last year Kay Lynn and her family have had the honor to meet many friends willing to donate part of their livers to help extend her life. Alex Warren and her family will always be part of the Kaiser family.
Instead of sending flowers or making a donation, consider writing a letter and signing your name.
Take some time to write a letter to her one year old granddaughter, so when she is older she can know her Grandma through the memories, pictures and stories of Kay Lynn's friends and neighbors. Her "Darling Katie" not remembering her is what made her the most sad.
Katherine Zoe Kaiser
7931 W James F. Bateman Blvd
West Baden, IN 47469
Second, please sign your organ donor card, make your wishes known to your family and let others know to do the same. If more cadaver organs were available, more lives like Kay Lynn's could be saved.
Kay Lynn's body gave out long before her time. We will have a private burial of her body. On Sunday, July 3rd we will celebrate her. This will be a time where everyone who loved her can come together and make new memories for our family at the home she loved. Plans will be shared and everyone is welcome.
Arrangements are in the care of Brosmer-Kemple Funeral Home, 9640 W. State Rd. 56, French Lick, Indiana. 47432. Condolences may be made on our Facebook page at Brosmer-Kemple Funeral Home or at our website â www.brosmer-kemplefuneralhome.com.