Margaret Mary McKay, 75, homemaker

May 13, 2002

Margaret Mary McKay, 75, homemaker

Margaret Mary McKay, who enjoyed needlework and sketching, died Tuesday of lung cancer at her home in Severn. She was 75.

Born in Baltimore the youngest of 13 children, Margaret Mary Pendergast attended local schools. She married Robert R. McKay in 1946 and was a homemaker and mother of two sons.

Mrs. McKay enjoyed several artistic endeavors, including oil painting, needlework, sketching and other crafts. Her husband, a retired city police officer, died in 1988.

A Mass of Christian burial was offered Friday.

Survivors include her sons, Robert H. McKay of Severn and Patrick T. McKay of Salisbury; two brothers, William Pendergast of Towson and James Pendergast of Crellin; six grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

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