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Kaylene Elizabeth "Kay" Siverson

February 5, 1960 - January 25, 2018

Kaylene Elizabeth Siverson, age 57, of New Port Richey, passed away January 25, 2018.  She was born on February 5, 1960 to Orville Milk and Mavine Ross in Sioux Falls, SD, and was later adopted by Milton Stanley and Edith Hammond.  Kay joined the Air Force after graduating high school, becoming a hydraulic specialist.  She left the service in 1984 and devoted her life to being a wife and mother.  She came to Florida 3 years ago from California, and came to the New Port Richey area 1 year ago from Satsuma, FL.

Kay loved to shop and spend time scrolling through Facebook.  She was a very social lady, so friendly and outgoing.  She was a riot to be around, a caring mother, and a good friend.

Kay is preceded in death by her parents: Edith, Mavine, and Orville; and her husband of 15 years, Dennis Ben Siverson.  She is survived by her daughters, Kerensa Carlee Stanley and Melanni Letha Marie Suitt; her father, Milton Stanley; her brother, Allen Milk; her grandchildren: Maevyn, Makayla, Daniel, Daynara, Zoie, Lilliana, and Letha.

Kay’s death has come suddenly after a recent diagnosis of breast cancer.  Her children and grandchildren are now tasked with moving forward without their mother and grandmother in their lives.  If you would like to show your support to her family, in lieu of sending flowers, please consider donating what you can to help them start to navigate through this difficult time.

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