Kay d'Lynn Wolf passed away quietly, leaving a caring mother, Lou Wolf; wonderful brother and sister-in-law Kurt and Ana Wolf; two loving nephews, Marcel and Arnau; a precious niece, Marina; three adorable and spoiled kitties and many, many friends throughout the country to mourn her. Born October 7, 1963 in Detroit, Michigan, Kay was a proud and accomplished graduate of Michigan State University.
She began her career in advertising working with several small firms in Michigan and Chicago. She later joined Konami, working in the then nascent online gaming industry where her creativity and out-of-the box thinking did not go unnoticed. Buoyed by her success she moved to the San Jose area where she put her marketing skills to great use. Her early endeavors included work with one of the first photo-sharing companies in the world. A natural entrepreneur and gifted creative person, Kay left corporate life to become a florist as the owner of Posey Garden. Her latest work, and possibly her most rewarding, had been working with adults with developmental disabilities at Mainstream Support where she felt like she was truly making a difference in many people's lives as well as enhancing her own.
Regardless of where she lived or worked, Kay made friends easily. Her good nature, quick wit and enthusiasm for life were a beacon to the many people in her world. She loved music, dancing, learning, laughter and the Price is Right. Her natural wisdom and curiosity for all subjects; be it sports, world events or people, kept her friendships alive with conversation filled with laughter and love. Her warmth was a constant with every smile and hug she freely released. The memory and light of her smile will always illuminate our hearts and her hugs will warm our souls forever.
Friends and family will gather to celebrate Kay's life on April 6th at the Los Gatos United Methodist Church with a short service followed by a reception at the church. Please RSVP if you are able to come to the celebration at email@example.com
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in memory of Kay to The
, or the Humane Society at www.hssv.org.