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Kathryn Ann Beglau

April 5, 1959 — December 25, 2023

Bastrop

 

Kathryn “Kay” Ann Pollock Beglau, beautiful child of a loving God, passed away December 25, 2023 at their cherished home while surrounded by her loved ones. 

Kay was born in Livonia Michigan to William Mitchell and Lilyan Pollock on April 5, 1959.  Baptized June 28, 1959 in Michigan, Confirmed May 20, 1973 in Wisconsin.  She attended Robert M LaFollette High School in Wisconsin, graduating in June 1977.  She lettered in gymnastics and became fifth in the state while attending high school.  Kay was immersion baptized on August 29, 2021.

Following graduation Kay moved to Texas in 1978 where she met the love of her life Paul, two years later.  Paul was a District Representative for Lutheran Brotherhood, where Kay’s mother also worked as a secretary.  On their first date in October of 1980, Paul told Kay that he would one day marry her.  She insisted for Paul to "wait a year and I don't mean in January," however they wed 6 months later on April 25, 1981, Paul's father's birthday. 

Kay was a loving, caring and devoted wife and mother.  She was a woman of grace and great beauty, both through her actions and the treatment of others.  She was proud of her Scottish heritage which was instilled by her father.  During her marriage to Paul she worked at American Airlines for over twenty years before retiring in 2020.  Working for American Airlines was a childhood dream of hers as she loved airplanes.  During her active years she and Paul enjoyed many decades of playing racquetball, golf, baking, loving the Dallas Cowboys, raising their two children and being the best Gran ever!  She was the love of his life, the only one for him.  She was his soulmate who he will always cherish and relive.

Lily Ann Dalgarno, Kay's grandmother, was the most inspirational Christian influence of her life and lived to be 100 years old.  Lily was a very charismatic and captivating evangelist who spoke in tongues often.  Kay knew how special Lily was and asked her for her spirit.  With God's help, Lily transferred her spirit to Kay and Kay was never the same. 

Kay was preceded and met upon her arrival in Heaven by her paternal grandparents William Mitchell and Jean Pollock, maternal grandparents James McPherson and Lily Ann Dalgarno, father William Mitchell and mother Lilyan Pollock, father and mother-in laws Walter Clarence and Carol Joy Beglau, and cousins Mary Beth Pollock and Douglas Pollock. 

Kay is survived on earth by her husband Paul Walter, son Walter Ian, and daughter McKenzie Jean, daughter-in-law Maryuri and granddaughter Stella, son-in-law William and grandson William, and sisters Kimberley, Carol, and Christine. 

A private family burial will be held before Kay’s “Celebration of Life.”  Her “Celebration of Life” service will be open to the public at Bastrop Christian Outreach Center (BCOC) located at 1096 State Hwy 71 Bastrop, TX 78602 on January 20, 2024 at 11:00am.

The family would like to extend their sincere gratitude to Darlene at Beacon Hospice of Austin and brother-in-law Kevin Trainor for the love and care provided in Kay’s final days.  For those willing and wanting to memorialize Kay through a donation, the family asks for you to first consider Bastrop Christian Outreach Center, Cancer Research Institute, or the charity of your choice.

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Service Schedule

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Celebration of Life

Saturday, January 20, 2024

Starts at 11:00 am (Central time)

Bastrop Christian Outreach Center

1096 State Hwy 71, Bastrop, TX 78602

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