Mary Kay was born in Chicago March 9, 1952, to Norbert S. McDonough
and Rose Detzner McDonough, and grew up in a lively household in Mount
Prospect, Ill.. She died at her home in North Aurora on Aug.4, 2020.
She is survived by her son, Chris B. (Samantha) McKay, of Chicago, and
seven brothers and sisters: Susan (Robert) McDonough Crowson, Robert
(Mary) McDonough, James (Constance) McDonough, Patrick (Susan)
McDonough, Rosemary (Sam) McDonough Taffs Fugazzatto, Mary Eileen
(Frank) McDonough Trager, John (Jill) McDonough; and 22 nieces
Ms. McKay graduated from Northern Illinois University and University of
Illinois Medical Center, and was a licensed social worker and occupational
therapist, working mostly in the northwest suburbs.
In her youth, she enjoyed swimming, camping, canoeing, skiing, live music,
seeing good movies, and celebrating with family and friends. She had
extraordinary sewing and tailoring skills, making several wedding dresses
and coats. In later years, Mary Kay spent time with family, and enjoyed
seeing movies and dining out.
Mary Kay will be greatly missed by her family.
For more information, contact David McKay via email: email@example.com.