Kasandra Pearl Wood, lovingly known as Kay, passed away on November 17, 2023, leaving behind a legacy of kindness and generosity. She was born on December 11, 1951, in Littlefield, TX, to her beloved parents Roy and Ruby Davis.
Kay's journey through life was marked by her many accomplishments and the impact she made on those around her. After graduating from Morton High School, she embraced her passion for automobiles and became the Owner and Dealer of R & K Autoplex from 1985 to 2013. Through her dedication and hard work, she built a reputable business that served the community with integrity.
However, beyond her professional achievements, Kay was cherished for the way she loved and cared for her grandchildren. Their happiness brought immense joy to her life. She showered them with affection and made countless lasting memories together.
Outside of her role as a doting grandmother, Kay had a zest for life that knew no bounds. She shared many adventures with her husband Randy, exploring various destinations around the world. Their travels allowed them to experience different cultures and create cherished memories together. Additionally, Kay found solace in quiet moments spent reading or casting a line while fishing.
Kay's vibrant personality endeared her to all who crossed paths with her. She was known for being spunky and loyal, qualities that endeared her to family and friends alike. Her kind and generous spirit touched the hearts of many throughout the years.
On November 21, 2023, a Memorial Service will be held at the Venue on Broadway in Lubbock at 2:00 PM local time. Friends and loved ones are invited to gather at this special event to celebrate Kay's remarkable life. The funeral home is located at 2202 Broadway St, Lubbock, TX 79401 in the United States.
Kay leaves behind a deeply bereaved family who will forever cherish their memories of her. She is survived by her devoted husband Randy Wood, their son Jason Wood (Juli), and their daughter Keely Kent (Keith). Kay's grandchildren Emma Kent, Kenzee Kent, Kennedy Wood, and Carson Wood brought immense joy to her life, and she will continue to watch over them with love from above.
In addition to her immediate family, Kay is also survived by her siblings Roy B (Butch) Davis and his wife Terry, as well as Lynette Whitten (Neil) of Morton, TX. She was a beloved aunt to numerous nieces and nephews who held a special place in her heart.
As we say farewell to Kay in this earthly realm, let us remember the beautiful moments shared and the love she bestowed upon us all. Her spirit will forever live on in the hearts of those who were fortunate enough to know her.
May Kasandra Pearl Wood rest in eternal peace.