Katherine Sedille

Feb 20, 1933 - Aug 25, 2020


Katherine Sedille was peacefully called home to Heaven on August 25, 2020.  She was born February 20, 1933 in Pryce KY.   She lived in Wyoming much of her life, teaching school there for more than 30 years.  In 2000, she began to spend her winters in California to be closer to her mother.  She was a member of Fremont Presbyterian Church for many years and then became a member of Sierra Vista Presbyterian Church in Sacramento CA.  She was also a member of the Wyoming Education Association, National Education Association as well as the Ladies of the Elks in Cheyenne  WY.

She enjoyed spending time with her family and friends and her two cats.  She will always be remembered for her wit and sense of humor as well as her love of life.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Daryl E. Sedille, her parents, Urban and Marion Stallings, her brother, Lawrence W. (Larry) Stallings and her eldest daughter, Christina (Cris) Britten.

Left to cherish her memories are her two sons, James Michael (Mike) Sylvanus (Melisa) of Tacoma WA, Steven A. Sylvanus of Sacramento CA, her two youngest daughters, Cynthia A. Hamel, of Cheyenne WY, Suzanne M. (Susie) Dellenbach (Robert) of Napa CA, grandsons, Alex Sylvanus, Sky Sylvanus, Mike Ryan, Sean Ryan, one granddaughter, Kelsey Leslie and 3 great-grandsons, as well as numerous friends.

Cremation has taken place and she will be placed next to her husband, Daryl in Cheyenne WY.  A Celebration of her life will take place at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, she requested that donations be made to Shriner’s Hospital for Children, St. Jude’s Hospital, ASPCA or Heifer International.


  • Carla Lippert says:

    This is beautiful! Kaye, you are an inspiration! You overcame much in life and rose above it all in your love through Jesus! I will miss you but know your presence is near.

  • Bobbi Trask says:

    Kay was an amazing woman. Her strength was obvious even to the end. Her faith in Jesus was real. Her love for people, especially children was a delight to behold. She loved being joyful. She loved music and always wanted to see and learn. So thankful she is no longer encumbered. Blessings over all her family and friends as they walk through sorrow with smiles of remembrance

  • Debbie Ball says:

    I just today heard about Kay’s death. I am so sorry. I met Kay at Hastings College.and we have been friends for many years. I saw her several times when she lived in Cheyenne and have seen her every year at our Hastings College “Angell bottoms reunions. Kay had a great sense of humor, she loved life, her family and her cats. She will be missed by her family and her many friends.

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