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Kenya Kay Honeycutt
Kenya Kay Honeycutt, age 72, passed away on September 4, 2022 at Atrium Health Cabarrus.
Funeral services will be held on Thursday, September 8th at Saint James Reformed Church in Mount Pleasant. The visitation will begin at 2:00pm and the funeral service at 3:00. A committal service will occur immediately afterward in the church cemetery.
Kenya was born in Concord NC on January 27, 1950, to James Walter Honeycutt and Pauline Eury Honeycutt. She graduated from Mount Pleasant High School in 1968. After high school, she attended Wingate University and the University of North Carolina Charlotte where she attained a Bachelor of Science degree in History. She developed a life-long enjoyment as a Civil War enthusiast. After college, she obtained a Cytology certificate from Atrium Health Cabarrus and had a 38-year career in the medical field as a Cytologist.
Kenya was a life-long member of Saint James Reformed Church in Mount Pleasant where she was very active in many areas, including being a Sunday School teacher. She was an extremely talented artist who particularly loved cross stitch and embroidery. As such, she was a long-time active member of the Cabarrus chapter of the Emroiderers’ Guild of America. She also enjoyed spending her time journaling, writing short stories, and sketching the world around her. Above all, she loved her nieces and enjoyed taking them on special outings to the movies.
She is preceded in death by her parents, James and Pauline Honeycutt. She is survived by her sister Marissa Honeycutt Medlin (husband Kim), brother James “Ronnie” Honeycutt, nieces Hayley Medlin Shields (husband Thacher), Linsey Medlin, Lisa Honeycutt Hagan (husband Wayne), nephews Tony Honeycutt (wife Teresa), Jimmy Honeycutt, and great nieces and nephews Tyler Honeycutt (wife Ashton), Taylor Whitley (husband Justin), Cody Honeycutt, Braden Honeycutt, Carson Honeycutt, and Aubrey Honeycutt.
So saddened to hear of Kenya's passing. She was always such a sweet and pleasant person in high school. God's blessing and comfort to the family. RIP Kenya.
Dianne Ferguson McCord Sep 5 2022 6:16 PM