Obituary: Charles Shay
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Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 31 May 2012, p. 30


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Charles "Keith" Shay, 90, died Monday, May 14, 2012. Born on December 12, 1921. His mother died when he was twelve, and his grandmother took over raising him and his two siblings, George and Marjorie. He married Marilyn Louise (Taylor) Shay. Reid Shay and Cynthia (Shay) Haig were born in 1953 and 1956, respectively. Keith was widowed in 2011 when Marilyn passed away. His children, Reid Shay and Cynthia (Shay) Haig; his daughter-in-law, Melissa Shay and his grandchildren, Jessie Shay, Dan Haig and Nick Haig survive him.
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Full obituary available at Wilmette Public Library.
Date of Publication:
31 May 2012
Date Of Event:
14 May 2012
Language of Item:
English
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Obituary: Charles Shay


Charles "Keith" Shay, 90, died Monday, May 14, 2012. Born on December 12, 1921. His mother died when he was twelve, and his grandmother took over raising him and his two siblings, George and Marjorie. He married Marilyn Louise (Taylor) Shay. Reid Shay and Cynthia (Shay) Haig were born in 1953 and 1956, respectively. Keith was widowed in 2011 when Marilyn passed away. His children, Reid Shay and Cynthia (Shay) Haig; his daughter-in-law, Melissa Shay and his grandchildren, Jessie Shay, Dan Haig and Nick Haig survive him.