In Memory of



Obituary for Kaylynn Kingery

Kaylynn Kingery, 66, born March 14th, 1955, Detroit, MI, passed away January 24, 2022, Woodbridge, VA

Our beloved Kaylynn has left this life to join in heaven, her mother, Helen Mae Kingery, father, Victor U Kingery III, brother Jeffrey Allan Kingery, and son Jason Cash, along with her beloved grandparents. Living on in her memory is her fiancé and love-of-life Alan Miller (please see Alan’s tribute below), her brothers and sisters-in-law Victor U Kingery IV (Teresa) and Douglas Alonzo Kingery (Olwyn) who miss her dearly, along with loving nieces Amber and Olivia, nephews Victor, Stephan, Alonzo, Augus and Kogan, great nieces and nephews, beloved aunts, uncles, cousins, and extended family. Also, many close friends will miss Kaylynn’s special love, especially Cynthia (Chris), Cindy, June, Jill, and many more. Her special friends at her home, the ‘Cabins’ on the Potomac River include Mark, Terry, Mike, James, Casey and their families, and the many others that have visited that special place.

Kaylynn was dedicated to Jesus and lived in the grace of God. She was an independent woman, living life as Jesus would, always being there for others.

Kaylynn grew up in Detroit with our loving, close family and many friends. Kaylynn became the matriarch of our family, keeping everyone connected with her special love of life, her bond of never ending caring and compassion. Kaylynn worked for Fairfax County for many years in the real estate industry and will be missed dearly by her friends and colleagues there. If you were blessed and lucky to have known Kaylynn, you know her love, laugh, and warmth will live on forever in our memories.

Dedicated to Kaylynn, from Alan:

“My Kaylynn, we’re so good together. I love the way we know each other heart and soul. Kaylynn has touched many hearts with warmest thoughts, so giving, so accepting, so supportive. I never imagined a connection so genuine, so meant to be, so sure to last. It takes a special kind of person to care enough to take time for others, to do whatever it takes to help somebody out. Nothing Loved is Ever Lost. No one who has ever touched a heart can really pass away, because memories remain, and love lives on. It’s your time to shine, I love you.” Alan.

God Bless you our beloved Kaylynn. Until we meet again, we love you.