ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS COMES OF AGE [© AAWS Inc.] mentions her on page 91
...Late in that year I [Bill W.] made a business trip to
Cleveland and handed one of these mimeographs to a friend who was
an attorney. He happened to be the attorney for a wealthy young
Clevelander who then lived on the coast, where he had been drinking
himself into one dilemma after another.
My lawyer friend sent him the prepublication copy of the Big Book,
and he gobbled it up. He insisted on going straight to Akron, where
he placed himself under the tutelage of Dr. Bob and the benign influence
of Wally G., in whose home he lived for a time. His ex-wife
Kaye M. was not an alcoholic, but she turned up in New York, full
of enthusiasm about A.A. for itself. She was inspired with the same
spirit which is found in the Family Groups of today.
She took a boat to the west coast and presently landed at Los Angeles,
and the next thing we knew she had looked up Johnny Howe
of the city's Probation Department. He had plenty of drunks on his
hands, both hospital inmates and parolees. Johnny had been laboring
hard with his charges, but to little avail. When he was shown
book Alcoholics Anonymous and was told what Kaye had seen at the
twin Meccas of Akron and New York, he became more hopeful and
asked Kaye to join forces with him, but with certain reservations.