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August 12, 2013

Kathleen L. (Enggaard Morley) Bridges

Kathleen L. (Enggaard Morley) Bridges

MORRIS — Kathleen L. (Enggaard Morley) Bridges, 92 years old, of Morris, peacefully went to be with the Lord on Friday, Aug. 9, 2013, at her home in Morris.

Kay lived her life with abundant grace and dignity. As a result of her humble nature, most didn’t know of her generosity, helping countless family and friends.

Born on March 18, 1921, in Viroqua, Wis., Kay was the daughter of Carl and Johanne (Hansen) Enggaard.

She was a graduate of Norwich High School. Kay bravely struck out on her own at age 18 and moved to Syracuse to work at WAGE, one of the first radio stations in the country. She loved her job and met some interesting celebrities during the war.

She married Sidney T. Morley Jr. on June 30, 1945, in Syracuse. They had two daughters and resided in Shaker Heights, Ohio. When Sid passed away in 1968, Kay moved back to Enggaard family farm with her brother, Paul Enggaard and her mother.

While there she enjoyed actively volunteering at Chenango Memorial Hospital and socializing with their old friends.

In November 1972, Kay married Bud Bridges and moved to Morris where she remained until her death. She loved living in the same village as her twin sister, Peg Clement, and playing bridge with their many friends.

She was a longtime member of Zion Church and was involved in many organizations, including; Charter member of the Butternut Valley Art Center, member and former president of the Butternut Valley Garden Club, founding Board Member of the Morris Health Clinic, and founding Board Member of the Oneonta Catskill Area Hospice.

Kathleen was predeceased by her husbands, Sidney Morley (1968) and Merritt (Bud) Bridges (2003); her twin sister, Margaret Clement; brothers, Paul Enggaard and John Enggaard; sisters, Helen Robb, Mazie Kirchbaum, Elsie Cusma; and her daughter, Leslie Morley.

She is survived by her daughter, Stephanie Morley; and her grandson, Logan Morley-McCurdy; and several nieces, nephews and grandnieces and grandnephews.

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