Mary Kaye McGee

August 16, 1948 - September 16, 2020

Mary Kaye McGee

August 16, 1948 - September 16, 2020


Mary Kaye McGee, 72, of Bellingham, Washington, passed on September 16, 2020. Mary Kaye was born on August 16, 1948 in Colville, Washington to parents Marjorie and Harry Kohlieber. On November 19, 1966 she married William McGee. Mary Kaye loved her family, especially her grandchildren. She loved to have family gatherings, sewing with her granddaughters, walking with her friends, bible study fellowship and traveling to Hawaii. She is survived by her husband William McGee as well as her 3 children Todd McGee, Toni Ladner (husband Wes Ladner), Joel McGee (wife Amy McGee); 3 grandchildren, Sean Hess, Carmen McGee and Gilian Ladner;  4 siblings Jerry Kohlieber, Robert Kohlieber, Connie Howland, and Diane Luhr and numerous nieces and nephews. A private family service will be held. Memorial donations may be made to Whatcom Hospice or  NAMI. You may share your memories of Mary Kaye in the online guest book at


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3 responses to Mary Kaye McGee

  1. Ray Wilkett says:

    Mary Kaye was such a nice person, I’m glad it was my blessing to get to know Mary. I leave my best wishes to Mary’s family.

    1. Hello Ray – please see my message below yours and if possible, let me know if I have the right person. If not, I am very sorry for the intrusion. Thank you! Marj

  2. Please forgive me if I am in the wrong place but please let me know if this is the right person. I’m hoping it’s the wrong person. I am looking for an online friend who disappeared from her online activities in late February. The Mary Kaye I am seeking was having eye problems in Feb and told other online friends that she was going to hospital. The person I am looking for had a beloved pet dog called Tuxie, whom she lost a number of years ago, I believe. I tried to email her personal email in March with no reply and again today, but got a “failure notice” reply, saying that her mailbox was “over quota,” which made me concerned. I would so appreciate having any information that I could pass along to her other friends – she was beloved and is missed by many. Thank you. I am willing to share my personal email if someone is willing to speak with me. Thank you!

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