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Ann Kathryn Yount

May 25, 1957 — July 26, 2016

Ann Kathryn (Hawkins) Yount passed away early Tuesday, July 26th, after a three-year battle with cancer. She was at home surrounded by her family and siblings. Ann was the daughter of Shirley J. Lacy and George W. Hawkins III, both deceased. She is survived by her husband of 38 years, Danny G. Yount, daughter, Camma Jane Faircloth and granddaughter, Kimberly. She is also survived by seven siblings: Theresa L. (Jim) Kendrick, George W. Hawkins IV, Greg A. (Debbie) Hawkins, Rev. Thomas E. (Sianee) Hawkins, Mary Beth (Richard) Bowling, Julie M. Hawkins, Angela M. Hawkins and thirteen nieces and nephews. She was pre-deceased by her infant sibling John E. Hawkins.
Ann attended St. Patrick's and St. Peter's elementary schools, Bishop Ward High School (Class of 1975), St. Mary's College Leavenworth KS and the University of Kansas. She graduated cum laude from the California College of Arts (Oakland CA) with a bachelors degree in Design. Ann was a talented commercial interior designer working with Dennis & Associates, then with John A. Marshall Co. Much of her work involved local hospitals and laboratories.
Ann was an active, long-term member of the Cathedral of St. Peter contributing especially to the day care center, PTO and Altar Society. They could always count on her to volunteer for any parish activity.
In her youth, Ann was twice the KCK League youth tennis champion. During high school she was a starting guard on a very successful AAU basketball team. In 1978, she married Danny, the love of her life. In her young adult years they re-designed and personally re-habbed two homes. Her favorite adventures were their numerous hiking trips inside the Grand Canyon taking along family and friends. She and Danny also traveled through New Zealand and Australia. In her recent years she enjoyed the family lake house and riding SeaDoos. Every day she loved being a wife to Danny and a loving mother and grandmother to her precious Cammie and Kimberly. She deeply cared about her family and friends. Ann had an insightful, loving easiness about her and was a great person to ask advice. Her empathy and assertiveness paired well with her feminine and tomboyish traits making her an easy friend to laugh or work with.
On Friday, July 29th, a prayer of rosary will be held at 5:30 pm with visitation of cremains from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at the Cathedral of St. Peter, 14th St. and Orville Ave., Kansas City KS. A funeral Mass will be held Saturday, July 30th, at 10:00 am, at the Cathedral of St. Peter. Her cremains will be interred at Holy Angels Cemetery, Basehor KS, at a later date.
Donations in honor of Ann can be made to the Cathedral of St. Peter or Resurrection School, both at 409 N. 15th St., Kansas City KS 66102.
Ann Kathryn (Hawkins) Yount passed away early Tuesday, July 26th, after a three-year battle with cancer. She was at home surrounded by her family and siblings. Ann was the daughter of Shirley J. Lacy and George W. Hawkins III, both deceased. She is survived by her husband of 38 years, Danny G. Yount, daughter, Camma Jane Faircloth and granddaughter, Kimberly. She is also survived by seven siblings: Theresa L. (Jim) Kendrick, George W. Hawkins IV, Greg A. (Debbie) Hawkins, Rev. Thomas E. (Sianee) Hawkins, Mary Beth (Richard) Bowling, Julie M. Hawkins, Angela M. Hawkins and thirteen nieces and nephews. She was pre-deceased by her infant sibling John E. Hawkins. Ann attended St. Patrick's and St. Peter's elementary schools, Bishop Ward High School (Class of 1975), St. Mary's College Leavenworth KS and the University of Kansas. She graduated cum laude from the California College of Arts (Oakland CA) with a bachelors degree in Design. Ann was a talented commercial interior designer working with Dennis & Associates, then with John A. Marshall Co. Much of her work involved local hospitals and laboratories. Ann was an active, long-term member of the Cathedral of St. Peter contributing especially to the day care center, PTO and Altar Society. They could always count on her to volunteer for any parish activity. In her youth, Ann was twice the KCK League youth tennis champion. During high school she was a starting guard on a very successful AAU basketball team. In 1978, she married Danny, the love of her life. In her young adult years they re-designed and personally re-habbed two homes. Her favorite adventures were their numerous hiking trips inside the Grand Canyon taking along family and friends. She and Danny also traveled through New Zealand and Australia. In her recent years she enjoyed the family lake house and riding SeaDoos. Every day she loved being a wife to Danny and a loving mother and grandmother to her precious Cammie and Kimberly. She deeply cared about her family and friends. Ann had an insightful, loving easiness about her and was a great person to ask advice. Her empathy and assertiveness paired well with her feminine and tomboyish traits making her an easy friend to laugh or work with. On Friday, July 29th, a prayer of rosary will be held at 5:30 pm with visitation of cremains from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at the Cathedral of St. Peter, 14th St. and Orville Ave., Kansas City KS. A funeral Mass will be held Saturday, July 30th, at 10:00 am, at the Cathedral of St. Peter. Her cremains will be interred at Holy Angels Cemetery, Basehor KS, at a later date. Donations in honor of Ann can be made to the Cathedral of St. Peter or Resurrection School, both at 409 N. 15th St., Kansas City KS 66102.
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SERVICES Rosary
Friday, July 29, 2016 5:30 PM
Cathedral of St. Peter 409 N. 15th Kansas City, Kansas 66102
Visitation
Friday, July 29, 2016 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Cathedral of St. Peter 409 N. 15th Kansas City, Kansas 66102
Funeral Mass
Saturday, July 30, 2016 10:00 AM
Cathedral of St. Peter 409 N. 15th Kansas City, Kansas 66102

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