MaryKay Hajek Obituary, Death – MaryKay Hajek of Doylestown, Pennsylvania has passed away sadly and untimely which has left the family in serious grief and agony according to social media publication. “When she was born on February 23, 1953, Mary Kay Busson was the third of five children that Ralph and Eloise (Hummel) Busson were able to welcome into the world. She was given the same name as her mother.
After graduating from Doylestown High School in 1971 with her high school diploma, she went on to earn her bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Akron. She tied the knot with Jody Hajek, the young man she had a crush on all throughout her time in high school, on December 14, 1973. The pair had been married for a total of thirty-nine years prior to Jody’s passing in 2013, during which time they had brought up four children together as a family.
Mary Kay served as a member of the faculty at Sts. Peter and Paul School for a total of seventeen years, during which time she taught physical education. During her time there, she founded the girls’ basketball program that would later serve as a stepping stone for the formation of the extremely successful Lady Chipps teams. During her time there, she also won a national championship in girls’ basketball. After obtaining a number of additional certificates in the field of social studies, she taught for a combined total of twenty years in the social studies department of Chippewa Middle School.
During her stay there, she played a significant role in the establishment of the Lady Chipps soccer program, and she continues to be involved in the coaching of the team to this day. In spite of the fact that she resigned from teaching in 2015, the same year that she was honored into Chippewa’s “Wall of Honor,” she continued to serve within the schools after she had already left the classroom, coaching both track and soccer.
Mary Kay was loved by many people in her roles as a mother, grandmother, sister, sister-in-law, aunt, cousin, and sister-in-law. She was also a loyal sister and sister-in-law. Above all else, she was a doting grandmother to her grandchildren. Mary Kay’s parents, husband, and only son, Ken, who went away earlier this year, all died before she did. Ken was the only child Mary Kay ever had. Mary Kay was the last child born to the family of four.
The only members of Mary Kay’s extended family who are still alive are her children and her sons-in-law. Mary Jo and Lonnie Kaye of Conway, South Carolina, Karen and Scott Steen of Doylestown, and Beth and Jake Lewis of Doylestown are the couples who are participating in this event. Her grandchildren and great-grandchildren, including Jayley, Abby, and Sam Steen; Lilianne, Fletcher, and Lincoln Hajek; Olivia and Myra Lewis; and Andrew, Ramsey, and Cameron Kaye; as well as her daughter-in-law, Tamar, will miss her dreadfully.
In addition, she is survived by her bereaved sisters and brothers-in-law, Ann and Dale Youngblood, Alice and Bob Rote, and Laurie Busson, all of Doylestown; Jane and Kerry Cullin, of North Ft. Myers, Florida; and Jane and Bob Rote of Doylestown. She also leaves behind her sister-in-law and cherished friend Terri (Hajek) Zeaman, as well as her in-laws Jim and Carol Hajek, Barb Hajek, and her in-laws’ son Jim and Carol Hajek.
Mary Kay inherited from her mother a profound religious faith, a tendency to worry about the well-being of others, and polycystic kidney disease, which impeded her physical health. Mary Kay also inherited from her mother a predisposition to worry about the well-being of others. She inherited from her father her athleticism, her dry sense of humor, an oftentimes defiant attitude, and the weak heart that ultimately took her away from us. Her father was also the source of her dry sense of humor.
The person who passed away was actually her father. In her honor, donations can be sent to the Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic School.