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It is with a heavy heart I convey the news that the founder Of Organisation Intersex International Curtis Hinkle has lost his life partner Jeannie Kay. Jeannie Kay passed away yesterday .

Curtis has said that Jeannie Kay's acceptance of his Intersex and her support for his right to be himself was a critical element in his ability to do the things he has done to further the cause for all Intersex.

Then we all owe a huge debt of gratitude to Jeannie Kaye who must be recognised as critical to the establishment of our organisation and in that, a way for Intersex voices to be heard around the world.

I thank you Jeannie Kay and offer my deepest condolences to Curtis.

Gina
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Re: Veil Jeannie Kay
Post on Sat 21 Feb 2009, 12:43 pm by Kimberly83
Oh, my Gosh. I don't have words for this. I know how much Curtis loved her. She seemed like a wonderful person. All I can say is how deeply sorry I am for his loss, although I know that could never be enough..
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Re: Veil Jeannie Kay
Post on Sat 21 Feb 2009, 1:44 pm by Andre
I heard the news last night where Joele Circlee sent me a message on facebook.

All my love to Curtis and my condolences.

Jeannie Kay was a saint of a woman.

Andre
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Re: Veil Jeannie Kay
Post on Sat 21 Feb 2009, 1:48 pm by DianneB
Me to.
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Re: Veil Jeannie Kay
Post on Sat 21 Feb 2009, 10:36 pm by Lawrence
Jeannie Kay will be truly missed by all that knew and loved her, I send my

condolences to my friend Curtis and my thoughts and prayers will be with him in

this time of his and everyone's loss.
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Veil Jeannie Kay
Post on Sun 22 Feb 2009, 8:59 am by Pollik
I want to express my own sadness.

Sometimes words are so inadequate to convey one's feelings properly, but I wish Curtis all the love, strength, support and time that he needs to get through this time.

Polly
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Re: Veil Jeannie Kay
Post on Sun 22 Feb 2009, 10:36 pm by Andre
For those of you would would like to light a candle in a symbolic remembrance to Jennie Kay, I have provided three types of candles in the smilies. There are as follows :

Silver Candle Gold Candle Yellow candle
Silver Candle Gold Candle Yellow Candle
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Re: Veil Jeannie Kay
Post on Thu 29 Jul 2010, 10:40 am by Jonalyn
A Heartfelt Condolences to the bereaved family of Jeannie Kay especially to her dear Curtis. The legacy of Jeannie Kay will always be in the heart of those she touched. Thank you Jeannie Kay, I will be praying for the healing & comfort my dear friend Curtis..
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Re: Veil Jeannie Kay
Post on Sat 24 Mar 2012, 11:45 am by Vickie
My condolences to Curtis. We all need the suport of our loved ones especially when we face the struggles we do haveing a intersex condition. It is a great person who excepts our whole selves all of our male, and femaleness we keep both of our bodies, and within us. She will be missed.

Take Care,
Elder A. Vickie Boisseau CPS
Central Mass Recovery Learning Community

"We are all crafted into the art of our being
before our birth." - A. Vickie Boisseau

I am not my body.
- Thich Nhat Hanh
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