Kay Cavitt, 75, went to be with the Lord on Sept. 28 at her home in Bryan. A memorial service will be Saturday, October 6 at 11 am at Central Baptist Church in Bryan. Family visitation will be in the church foyer at 10 am.
Kay was born on Feb. 25, 1943 in Dallas to James and Mary Jane Doyal. She graduated from South Oak Cliff High School in 1961. After completing her degree at Baylor University in May 1965, Kay married Walton Cavitt on June 5. She devoted her life to caring for her family and serving her Lord and her church families in Waco; Phoenix, Ariz.; Irving and Bryan. Throughout her life, Kay cared deeply about studying the Bible and spreading its salvation message throughout the world. She taught college and women’s Bible studies and enjoyed serving children in MOPS and AWANA.
Survivors include her husband of 53 years, Walt Cavitt ‘62; son Wade and his wife Pam of Amarillo; son Keith of Canton; sister Dee Matthews of Bryan; grandchildren Chris Cavitt, Austin Cavitt ‘17, Trystan Cavitt, Abby Cavitt, Willow Cavitt, and Zayden Cavitt; cousins; nieces; nephews; and many dear friends.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Children’s Building Fund at Central Baptist Church.
I am so sorry to hear of Kay’s passing….she is going to be missed by many…..
Dear Walt and family,
There are no human words that can make the hurt go away, or help you feel better, so We are praying that you will feel God’s arms holding you all during this time and that His words alone will remind you of His constant love and comfort. Know that we are praying for you all and that we are here when you need us.
Steven and Lauren Van Buren
( Mercer life group)
In this time of sorrow, my condolences are with you. And may these beautiful words from the Scriptures help you to endure, for Jehovah is the God of all comfort. “Do not be anxious…..but in everything by prayer and supplication along with thanksgiving, let your petitions be made known to God; and the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and your mental powers by means of Christ Jesus.” Isaiah 26:4; 2 Corinthians 1:3-4; Philippians 4:6-7 NWT. Peace and many happy memories of Kay be with you.
In half a century of teaching women in Sunday School, I never taught anyone I loved more than Kay. She was unique.
Kay will be missed and fondly remembered by many folks. So thankful for her positive and loving outreach.
I’m so sorry to hear about Kay’s passing. She was a good person who loved everyone and I was happy I had the opportunity to know her. My prayers and condolences to the entire family, including Walt and Dee Dee. May God’s strength be your source of comfort.
So sorry for your loss. Your family is in our thoughts and our prayers. We hope that God gives you peace and comfort and that He floods your family with sweet precious memories of Kay. We didn’t get the pleasure of knowing her but we can tell she left behind a pretty special legacy.
We Love Y’all,
Living Water Christian Fellowship Church
We will miss Kay so very much! So sorry for your loss, we are sending all of our thoughts and prayers to your family. She was such a very special lady, and she will always be remembered.
Leslie Martinek and the rest of the
CHI St. Joseph Wellness program
Dear Mr. Cavitt,
My heart goes out to you and my prayers are without ceasing. My you feel the comfort and peace only our Lord provides. Kay’s sincere empathy and kind spirit will be what I remember most.
I am so sorry to hear of your loss.
You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
From Tim McJilton and your friends and former co-workers at Lockheed-Martin Dallas
Kay was such a precious, kind woman. She had such a positive attitude even through all the difficult things she was experiencing. She always thought of others. Her walk with the Lord was evident.