Plant Memorial Trees
Saturday, May 20, 2023
Starts at 1:00pm (Eastern time)
Mrs. Kay Roberta Newsom Veach, 71, of Walnut Cove passed into the more immediate presence of our Savior on Tuesday, May 16, 2023, at Forsyth Medical Center. She was born in Forsyth County to the late Clifton Newsom and Kathryn Griffin Newsom on March 18, 1952.
Kay was a people person and met new friends everywhere she went. She enjoyed taking scenic “girl trips” through the country or to the beach, always looking for rainbows along the way. The greatest love of her life was family. She treasured her grandchildren fiercely and as she became a Nana; she lived her life for them. Kay was so happy to be able to babysit Ella and Kendall who lived the closest to her. She treasured the moments she was able to spend with Stockton, Hadley, and Vera riding around on the Artic Cat or Riding her pony, Rosie. She was overjoyed when the newest addition to her family, Atlas, was born and was honored to be the one to decorate his nursery.
Kay’s best friend and love of her life was Johnny. She loved to ride around their property exploring the rolling meadows at the foot of Hanging Rock State Park. Kay and Johnny enjoyed the simple life which included being at home, good food, and quality time with each other.
Kay will always be remembered in the hearts of those who loved her. May you feel her presence in every rainbow that you see.
Along with her parents she is preceded in death by a brother, Larry Newsom. She is survived by her husband John Veach; Children, Jeff Hull (Lynnette) Justin Hull (Candice) and daughter, Brittany Swain (Ryan), Jodie Laws (David) and Jamie Sell (Darrien); grandchildren, Stockton, Hadley, Vera, Atlas, Ella Kay, Kendall, Allyson, Rachel, and Christopher; great grandchild, Mila; brother, Tim Newsom (Becky) and many other relatives. A funeral service will be held 1:00 PM, Saturday, May 20, 2023, at Trinity Moravian Church. Committal will follow at God’s Acre. In honor of Kay, the family would like to request that if you could, please wear bright cheerful, happy colors. Online condolences may be made at www.hayworth-miller.com.