Almendarez Baringer, Kathy

October 9, 1944 - January 22, 2020

Kathy Baringer came into this world on October 9th, 1944, in Harlingen, Tx. As the oldest of 5 sisters it was her job to take care of them, and she did.

Kathy, age 75, passed away at home in Humble, Tx. Wednesday, on January 22nd, 2020, surrounded by her loving family.

Kathy left behind her husband, Ed Baringer. Her children, Bredo and Cindy Christensen, Lisa Christensen, Brent and Robyn Christensen, Raymond and Belitha Baringer, Rachel Baringer and Eric Wiley, and Marissa and Brady Wiley. Also surviving are her 4 sisters, Sherry McCall, Debby Harrington, Barbara and Raymond Lisauckis, and Vicki Ligon. She also left behind grandchildren as well as many nieces and nephews.

Her mother, Sherwynn Callaway, passed the next day and Kathy was there waiting for her.

She never really understood why so many people liked her but, they did. There was something so sweet about her that people were naturally drawn to her. She made this world a better place and will be deeply missed.

Service Information

The Memorial Service for Kathy will be on Saturday, February 1, 2020 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm at Darst Funeral Home, 796 Russell Palmer Rd., Kingwood, TX 77339.

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12 replies on “Almendarez Baringer, Kathy”

Vicki Ligon says:

I will miss my beautiful sister, Kathy. She was always there for me even as a little girl. She is up in heaven with our Mother free of pain. I love you Kathy!

Debby Harrington says:

My dear Kathy, we are all so happy that you were able to take your journey to heaven with our mom. It really warms our hearts.
You have been and will always be such a blessing in our lives and such a wonderful big sister. We will miss you so much but knowing we will see you again eased the pain that we’re going through now. Hugs and kisses forever, your sister Debby

Pete & Mary Ambriz says:

Our condolences to the family. May God be with all of you and give you strength to go through your loss. Rest In Peace Kathy. God Bless

Brenda Warwick says:

My beautiful best friend forever. I will always hold you in my heart. I remember the first day I met you on our way to take our sons to kindergarten. From the moment we met a bond was formed that is eternal friendship. So much laughter sadness and through it all we were there for each other. Our lives took different roads but the memories are etched in forever. We were ladies mother’s wives tales we shared with others and things we shared only with each other. You are resting with your Mother and I am glad there is no more suffering. I am here for comfort to your kids

Stephanie Harrison says:

Aunt Kathy, such a beautiful strong woman. You were a great mother, wife, friend, sister, daughter and aunt. I have so many fond memories of being at your home and spending lots of time with you and my cousins. You were like second mom and always loved me and welcomed me. You will be missed, I love you!

Tara R says:

Love and Prayers to the Family in their time of grief. The Lord knows best and now we have a beautiful Angel looking upon us. Thinking of you all. RIP Mom

Olga Rodriguez says:

Keeping you in prayer during this time; may God comfort and keep you always.

Chris & Regina Batiste says:

May our condolences bring you comfort and may our prayers ease the pain of your loss.

Christine Beall says:

My prayers go out to you and your family during this time of loss. Kathleen was a wonderful lady who I feel honored to have known and worked with. May my prayers comfort you during this time.

Barbara Lisauckis says:

Kathy, Kathy, Kathy, what am I going to do without you? It gives me peace knowing you and Mom are together and no more suffering. You always took care of me. Thank you. I will see you later in heaven. I love you so.

Kristi Cannon says:

Aunt Kathy – It is with great sadness that you left this world way too early! Your spirit will live on forever through your beautiful children, grand children and great grand children. We will all miss you tremendously. Everytime I drink iced tea, I will add an extra scoop of sugar for you. Love you always!

Laura Smalling says:

Aunt Kathy-I will always remember spending holidays together and going to your house, drinking your sweet iced tea, and playing basketball with my cousins. I remember you coming to my birthday parties when I was a little girl, and I loved spending a week with you babysitting Marissa. You made everyone feel so welcome & loved. I will miss you! Love, Laura

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