My sincere condolences to the Sorensen family. As a past employee at Tintic Division, I remember Kay as a very brave man who worked underground and kept safety a number one priority at the Trixie. His grandchildren will carry on his legacy. God bless you, and all those who make their living underground.
Message from Dennis Barnes
May 30, 2017 9:53 PM
I was 20 years old when I started working at the Bergen mine in 1965. Kay was my shift foreman for a long time. He was always so high on life and could tell a great story. So sorry to hear of his passing and so very sorry that I heard about it too late to attend the funeral. Kay was always a good friend and I have some good memories of him that I cherish.
Message from Ann Jensen
May 30, 2017 12:49 PM
Deanna, so very sorry for your loss.
Message from Terry Greenhalgh
May 28, 2017 6:53 AM
Pleasant, personable, strong...terms that come to mind thinking of Kay the boss, friend and mentor of a young Bergin laborer working his way through school. Rest in Peace old friend.
Message from Fred Hansen
May 26, 2017 6:03 AM
So sorry to hear of the death of one of my Dad's best friends, Kay!
I always enjoyed talking with Kay, his warm personality and sense of humor was known by all. Sorry I never had the chance to visit with you more often. You will be missed by ALL.
GOD Bless, Rest in Paradise..
Fred Hansen -Loveland, CO
Message from George Castleton
May 25, 2017 3:00 PM
Deanna, I am so sorry to hear about Kay's death. I hope you will feel the love of so many friends you have made and the goodness your family produced for so many others. God bless you with peace!