Kerry Pendergrass

19530524 –

 20170516

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Kerry Pendergrass was born on May 24, 1953, to Richard and Nancy O’Neill in Salt Lake City, UT.

Kerry graduated high school in 1971, and studied Petroleum Engineering at Texas Tech University. She worked for 5 years at Kastman Oil Company. Kerry owned and operated KP Creations for over 25 years in which she provided baked goods for numerous weddings, birthdays and other events. She was known around town as “The Cake Lady.” Her cakes were not only beautifully created, they were delicious. Kerry also worked as coordinator for the Children’s Miracle Network at UMC and several years in the security department at Tech.

Kerry loved baking, Red Lobster, ZZ Top, the mountains, and Salt Lake City, UT.

Survivors include her son, Carl Pendergrass and wife, Shelley; grandchildren, Jayden and Sydney Pendergrass; Carson and Cooper Shields; sisters, Seana Gillis and husband, Bruce Gillis; and Erin O’Neill.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Richard Clyde and Nancy O’Neill; son Brandon Haltom; and brother, Kevin O’Neill.

Kerry Pendergrass passed away Tuesday, May 16, 2017.

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6 thoughts on “Kerry Pendergrass”

  1. Prayers for Kerry and the family. She is now With The Lord Our Savior. I have known Kerry for many years. She was the BEST baker in town. She did my girls Wedding cake and Chocolate Covered Strawberries and made many cakes for different occasions. Kerry was a great lady. I have talked to her when she moved in the Dallas area, enjoyed talking to her. She will be missed.

  2. Our family will sure miss Kerry! She was our “cake lady” for so many years and such a sweet friend. I will miss her laugh and her voice. Prayers for her family.

  3. It was such a pleasure taking care of while you live at the nursing home. My prayers go out to your family.

  4. So sorry to hear of her passing. I had heard she was ill some time back. She was a wonderfully creative baker who was not afraid to try new things or any possible design for a special cake that you needed. I miss her talent. My condolences to her family and all who knew her. RIP.

  5. Kerry had such a gift for baking and decorating cakes. And she always had time for a visit and a laugh!

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