Kay Brager

kay brager
Kay M. Brager, 58, West Fargo, passed away Friday, December 18, 2015 at Essentia Health. Kay M Brager was born to Robert J and Erma L (Nitschke) Veitch on June 7, 1957 in Fargo. Kay attended schools in Fargo, graduating from Fargo North High School. Kay then attended Moorhead Technical Institute and after graduating worked for over 35 years as medical transcriptionist for TNI and then Dakota Clinic. Kay M Veitch and Daniel E Brager were married on May 17, 1987 in Las Vegas, NV. They made their home in West Fargo where they raised their children. Kay was deeply loved by her family and will be greatly missed. She enjoyed gardening and her flowers, swimming in the pool, and the time she spent with the family she loved. Kay is survived by her husband, Daniel, West Fargo; her children, Amy (Michael Roy) Brager, Fargo and Adam Brager, West Fargo; her mother, Erma Veitch, Fargo; her sister Kimberly (Eric) Rommesmo, Fargo; her grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Kay was preceded in death by her father Robert Veitch; her aunt Irene Sande and uncles Mel Nitschke and Marvin Nitschke.

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  1. I will try hard to show up Kay was apart of my childhood . Again I’m sorry for ur loss Amy as well as Adam hope u two carry ur beautiful mothers spirit forever 🙂

  2. Most of my adventures with Kay were either in my backyard or in Kay’s happy place. Her backyard! The best gift she gave me was to show me to let go of the stuff that didn’t serve my life. By doing so, she meant a mini vacation in her backyard in the pool or in her swing talking into the night watching the stars. We had many adventures in gardening and she took the time to teach me things my mother never had the opportunity. In many ways, Kay was not only my best friend, she was my mentor, my counselor and my partner in crime.

  3. Kay was a wonderful lady. I had the pleasure of working with Kay when Essentia Health was Dakota Hospital and Clinic. She was a joy to work with. She had an infectious smile and laugh that I will never forget. She will be greatly missed. She is an Angel watching over us now. My heartfelt sympathy to the family.

  4. Very sorry to hear of Kay’s passing. I had the pleasure of working with Kay at Dakota Clinic. Great memories of Kay’s sense of humor and laugh. Lots of fun to be around. Take care and God’s peace with you all.

  5. I’m so very sorry this had to happen. I remember Kay as fun loving and could tell some funny stories. She will be missed by all she knew.

  6. Kay was a super lady and friend. I worked with her back in the “Dakota Clinic” days and have many, many fond memories of her and all the fun we had. I am truly sorry for your loss and sending my sympathy and prayers as I think of all of you in this difficult time. I feel honored to have known her and to have been a part of her life.
    She could always make you smile and will be greatly missed.

  7. I had the great pleasure of working with Kay at Dakota Sports Medicine. She was a very fun lady to work with but was also a friend that cared about you as a person. Her laugh will always be remembered, especially when Dave Wild and myself would tell her jokes before we would leave for our schools.
    My condolences to Dan, Amy and Adam, and Kay’s family. Kay will be dearly missed, but we will see her again in a better place.

  8. We had the pleasure of waiting on Kay and Danny while bar tending at Mills Town Pump in Dilworth. They enjoyed each other very much while sitting at the bar. They laughed, hugged, joked, smiled and had fun together. I am very sorry for Danny and his family’s loss. Too young to pass.

  9. I am very sorry for your loss. I hope that knowing your loved one is in God’s memory and promises that we will be able to see them again, will give your family some comfort during this difficult time. (John 5:28&29)

  10. Kay was one of those people that had a smile on her face and always made you laugh. I worked with Kay and also have many fond memories of times we would get together after work. She will be missed.
    My thoughts, prayers and heartfelt sympathy to the family.

  11. I Graduated with Kay and have many fond memories of our younger yrs. I was so sad to here of her passing, I was in Wyoming for Christmas and just saw this obit. My prayers are with Kay’s Family.

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