Katherine Ann Doyle Devey
On August 28, 2018 Katherine Ann Doyle Devey, passed away peacefully surrounded by family. Kathy was born in Lehi on March 15, 1945 to Martha Alta Street and John William Doyle. She was the 6th child of 8 and had 5 older brothers; Jack (Doreen), Don (Carol), Dee, Robert (Verlyn), Paul (Maryann), 2 younger sisters; Karren (Dale) Mitchell, and Loraine (John) Worthen.
She graduated from Lehi High School and attended Continental College of Beauty, where she learned her profession. She loved doing hair, but she loved her clients more. Kathy also worked at Sego Lily Elementary as a Lunchroom Manager for 20 years. She adored the kids she served.
The pride of Kathy’s life was her family. She married her sweetheart Larry on November 6, 1964. She always said she married him because he was a fun gentleman with a cool car. They began their family a few years later with the addition of Scott, then came Dirk, Kristy, and Mindy. Kathy loved her family, they were everything to her. She dedicated her life to them and would do anything to protect them. Next to her family was the love of the gospel of Jesus Christ. She was faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Kathy was a woman of service and was always looking for opportunities to minister to those around her. She was still serving others until her last breath.
She is survived by her husband Larry, her son Dirk Devey and 2 daughters; Kristy (Marty) Bahr, Mindy (Jessie) Oyler and daughter-in-law Jennifer (Scott). She was blessed with 10 grandchildren who adored their grandma. Kathy is preceded in death by her mother and father, grandson Riley Bahr, and her first-born son, Scott.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, September 1, 2018 at 11 a.m. at the East Bench LDS Chapel, 1631 East 900 North, Lehi, Utah. Family and friends may call Friday, August 31, from 6-8pm at Wing Mortuary, 118 East Main, Lehi, Utah and one hour prior to the service on Saturday morning. Interment, Lehi City Cemetery. Online guest book at wingmortuary.com.
Special thanks to the bishopric and members of the Lehi 46th Ward, and staff of IMC and Dr. Mark Boshert, for the love and care given to our mother and wife over the years.