October 21, 1964 - April 4, 2022


With her husband and her sister holding her hands, Kay left this world too soon.

Kay is survived by her husband James Bileski; furry children Ben and Hershey; step children Desnie (Adam); Lacey (Jeremy); Nichole (Rick); Jamie (Grady), mother-in-law Joan Black; sisters-in-law Cheri and Jennifer; brother-in-law Jeff (Cynda); Kay's loving sister Missy Penner (Phil); nephews Cole and Troy; sister-in-law Jo-Anne McNeil; nieces Taylor and Sarah; niece Alyssa Fournier; uncle Al and his beautiful daughters Alison and Leslie (Ryan)........and numerous cousins.

Kay was sadly predeceased by her parents Lloyd and Anne McNeil and brothers Mike and Pat.

Kay grew up in East Kildonan on Greene Avenue and made lifelong friends while attending Neil Campbell, John Henderson, and Miles Macdonell. In those early, carefree years her family made beautiful lasting memories and friendships at Lester Beach.

Her path took her to Calgary for 19 years before coming home and starting her life over with James Bileski. Truly a blessing for both of them as they loved and built a beautiful life together with the many friends and memories that they shared from junior high.

Immediately thrown into J's racquetball family, Kay thrived both on and off the court with the amazing group of players that she met from all over Canada. Many close and lasting friendships were made.

Kay started her career at Cardinal Capital Management in 2010 and grew beautiful friendships with the wonderful people that she worked for and with.

From August 2009 until cancer shortened her beautiful life, Kay and Jamie shared countless laughs, smiles and adventures together. Her love for Jamie was immeasurable.

Kay would like to thank all of the loving friends and family that were able to see her off at Selkirk Hospital. Their support and love were appreciated.

A Celebration of Kay’s Life will be held in the coming months.  If you would like to share a memory or photograph you may go to www.cropo.com and follow Kay’s link.

A Memorial Tree was planted for KATHLEEN
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at 1442 Main Street