Kay Dean Spell

April 24, 1950 - September 29, 2022
Kay Dean Spell

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Kay Dean Spell, 72, passed away September 29, 2022. She was born to Hubert William and Mary Lois (Jeffries) Dean on April 24, 1950, in Lee County, NC.

She is survived by her loving husband, Fleet Rose Spell, II; children: Fleet Spell, III, Anthony Christopher Spell, Halley Weeks, and Hannah Schirmer (Zach McCall); grandchildren: Kaitlyn Spell, Fleet Spell VI, Cora Ann Spell, and Aenon H. Spell, sister: Ruth Dean Jones (Neil) and cousin, Jeff Carter (Amy) and family Amanda and Jeff.

Kay worked in accounting for Wright Corporation and Quality Chemical Lab.

She will be placed to rest at Buckhorn UMC Cemetery in Corinth, NC.

A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, October 8, 2022, 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM at Wilmington Chapel, 1535 S. 41st Street Wilmington, NC 28403.

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  • October 08, 2022
    John and Pat Campbell says:
    RIP Kay. We will always remember you fondly. An your cheerful greeting of “hello girlfriend”. You are truly missed.

  • October 06, 2022
    sandy watkins says:
    What a special person you were Kay always a smile so much fun to be with.I'll never for get you Kay love you. love you Sandy

  • October 06, 2022
    Zorada says:
    The stories Kay told me about her childhood, her mom and sister would leave me doubled over in tears laughing my head off. Kay knew how to tell a story and she was hilarious. And her heart was as big as her humor. Kay, without fail, would send us a box every Christmas filled with the most scrumptious treats. A little note was always included with something like ‘some sweet, some savory, and some made with booze cause those are always fun.’ One time, when we were neighbors, she brought over homemade soup because she knew we were having a rough day. That was Kay. Kay got life. She knew what was important. She made life fun and so special. And despite her diagnosis, despite the unknowns, despite the discomfort, she rolled with it, Kay style. She was one tough and sassy gal. I love you, Kay! And I’ll never forget you. Love to Fleet and to Kay’s sister Xoxo

  • October 04, 2022
    Matthew Collins says:
    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May the love of God’s Grace be with you and your family.

  • October 02, 2022
    Kristi Thomas says:
    I loved Kay , she always made me laugh & gave me such creative cooking ideas. She always talked about her loving husband Fleet and her sister . She loved her family & friends so much and enjoyed every part of her life! I admire Kay for the strength, great attitude & positivity that she displayed through her sickness. It was truly an honor to be her hygienist! I will miss you Kay