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Kaye Albright

1951-2017

Published: April 24, 2017 8:33 AM

Kaye Albright, age 65, of Hudson, OH, died April 12 after a short battle with gallbladder cancer. She was born September 12, 1951, in Muncy, PA, to the late Barbara K. and James C. McClain.

She is survived by her husband of 38 years, Larry, and sons "Chip" (Shannon) of Matthews, NC, and Andy of Charlotte, NC, along with grandsons Calvin and Reid. Also surviving is her brother Dan McClain of Spotsylvania, VA, many cousins, nieces and nephews who will miss her love, warmth and kindness. She loved nothing more than being with her family; whether it was at the annual trip to the Outer Banks, celebrating holidays, or visiting relatives and friends in Virginia and Pennsylvania. An avid golfer, Kaye played in a golf league, belonged to two book clubs and enjoyed lunch and a movie with her retired teacher friends, as well as spending time with her numerous friends in Hudson and Muncy.

Kaye Albright

Kaye was a 1969 graduate of Muncy High School, and West Virginia University; BS PE 1973, Masters Degree in Reading 1975. She retired in 2013 from the Cuyahoga Falls City Schools after a 25-year career as an ISGI instructor as well as Athletic Director at Bolich Middle School.

As a proud WVU alum, Kaye was an avid follower and fan of the Mountaineers, hosting many a football tailgate through the years and attending several basketball games each season. She also was a Cleveland Indians, Cavaliers and Browns fan.

A lifelong Democrat, Kaye was an elected official of the Ohio Democratic Central Committee Ward 3 Precinct A in Hudson.

Special thanks to the Justin T. Rogers Hospice center nurses for their care and compassion.

A celebration of Kaye's life will be held Sunday, May 28, 2PM at the Barlow Community Center in Hudson. The family requests that donations be made to the American Cancer Society.

(HH 4-26-17)


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Niewoehner Apr 25, 2017 8:31 PM

We walked and we talked, but the road trips still bring a smile. Thank you for letting me be your friend. Our condolences to the Albright family and friends. May you rest in peace

Courtney and Bill Donovan

Estero, FL