Sally A. McKee

November 08, 1939 ‒ March 22, 2019

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Sally A. McKee, age 79, of Mount Vernon, Ohio, passed away on Friday, March 22, 2019 at her residence. She was born in Mount Vernon, Ohio, to the late Max and Betty (Emerick) McKee on November 8, 1939.

Sally was a graduate of Mount Vernon High School. She retired from the United States Postal Service where she worked in the real estate field in Chicago.  She enjoyed hanging out at the Station Break, playing bingo, cards, shopping, watching western movies, and spending time with her great nieces and nephews.

She is survived by her sister, Cindy (Joseph) Pilotti; nieces and nephews, Montenique (Hector) Frazier, David (Angela) Khalil, and Michael Khalil; and nine great-nieces and nephews.

A graveside service will take place on Saturday, March 30, 2019 at 10:00 AM at Mound View Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at

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  • I am a classmate of Sally’s. She was a sweet person and several years ago she and Judy Brown came to visit me in Mansfield, Ohio. Was hoping to see her at our reunion this year but knew she wasn’t feeling great. Sally was also a good friend of my Aunt Marjorie Shultz ( married my uncle) and they ate together often. So maybe they are eating and playing cards again!. Am very sorry for your loss and I hope your happy memories will help to comfort you and the families. Thinking of you.

    My name is also Marjorie Shultz (before I married) Ridenour.

  • We greatly miss this lady! She was always positive and loved to joke around with other seniors. I haven’t known her long but she made a place in my heart forever.
    I will fondly remember the fun times at the local senior center when Sally was there.
    Heartfelt condolences from my family to yours.
    Virgil’s daughter, Becky

  • I enjoyed working for your Aunt Sally. She dearly loved you all!
    Thoughts, prayers & HUGS!
    Jen Kempton & family

  • Sally you where loved and will be missed. RIP my friend Love you giene stevens brongiel

  • We will miss so many things about Sally at The Station Break Senior Center. Her smile, her ornery antics, but mainly her loyalty to her dear lunch friends. Rest easy, Sally.

  • We are saddened to lose our good neighbor and friend, Sally. She fought the cancer to the end with courage. It makes us smile to think of Sally being reunited with Max and Betty again. May she rest in peace and may the family find comfort in your memories.

  • Sally was a dear friend and cousin. We enjoyed many happy times with her. She always brought us a laugh! We will miss her.