It is with great sadness that the family of Kathryn May announce her passing. Kathryn passed away peacefully on June 28, 2023, in Vero Beach after a long and full life. She was the matriarch and the heart and soul of the May Family. She was predeceased by her beloved husband William May last June 2022.
Kathryn was born in New York and earned her nursing degree. She spent her entire career as a nurse caring for others. She married the love of her life William May and they celebrated 65 years of love and devotion to one another. In the 1960’s they moved to Miami with their 6 children. In Miami they became an integral and beloved part of the St. John Neuman Catholic Church where she sang as a soprano in the church choir. Kathryn was a friend to all that met her, she always had a kind word to say, an easy laugh and twinkle in her eyes.
She is lovingly remembered by her sons and daughters, Bill May Jr., Kathy May, Peter May and his wife Karen, Patti May and her husband John Carpenter, Terry Mallo and her husband Emilio, Tom May and his wife Angela and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
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