Judith Mary Baumeyer

01/19/1942 ~


We are sad to announce the passing of Judith (Judie) Mary Baumeyer of Kingwood, TX.  She died at home, at the age of 80 years old, on November 11, 2022.  Her loving husband of nearly 60 years, Ervin (Erv) Harry Baumeyer, was by her side.

Judie was born Judith Mary Wildhaber on January 19, 1942 in Beaufort, MO, to parents David and Lidwina Wildhaber. Her family moved to St. Louis, MO where she met the love of her life, Erv.  They married on June 1, 1963 and welcomed three children.  She was an amazing mother and was so proud of her children. The family moved to Kingwood, TX in 1980 where Erv pursued his opportunity to expand his engineering business and to be closer to Judie’s only brother, Roger, and his family.

Upon arriving in Kingwood, Judie made many new friends playing tennis at the Kingwood Country Club. She was very artistic and had a love for quilting, jewelry making, and artwork. Judie had many wonderful friends in the quilting community and was dearly loved by so many. She was an active member of St. Martha Catholic Church for 42 years.

She was predeceased by her mother, father, and sister-in-law Betty Wildhaber.  She is survived by her husband; her three children, Lauri Kay and her husband Bernie, William (Bill) Baumeyer and his wife Gabrielle, and Amy Roos; her brother Roger Wildhaber and his wife Peggy; her four grandchildren, Andrew Kay, Allison Kay, Hunter Roos and Katie Roos; and her four nieces and nephew, Jayne Harvey, Mark Wildhaber, Lisa Drum, and Jill Wildhaber, as well as other friends and loved ones.

In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made in honor of Judie to charity of your choice.

Service Information

A funeral mass will be held on Friday, November 18th at 10:30 AM at St. Martha Catholic Church, 4301 Woodridge Parkway, Porter, TX.  A reception is to follow at 11:30 am at Darst Funeral Home at 796 Russell Palmer Rd, Kingwood, TX.

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23 thoughts on “Judith Mary Baumeyer”

  1. Bill, Gabrielle and the entire family I’m so deeply sorry for your loss… Sending hugs and prayers to you and your family during this time of deep sadness.

  2. Judie was a good neighbor of mine while she and her family lived in STL Mo. I have nothing but fond memories, lots of laughter. I was saddened by the news of her passing. My heart, prayers and thoughts go out to her entire family.

  3. Terri Corey Wirtanen


    So sorry to hear about Judy, she was a beautiful soul. Glad we had the opportunity to catch up a few years ago. Prayers going up for Judy and your family!

    Terri Corey Wirtanen

  4. So sorry for your loss! Keep the memories of Judie alive in your hearts forever! God bless you & sustain you during this difficult time.
    Kathy (Corey) Kinder

  5. Judie was a member if our quilt group, the Frayed Knots, and was a continuing inspiration to all of us, embracing new ideas and techniques. She was always self-effacing and seemingly surprised at her own creations, qualities that were was so endearing. Her smile and humor will be missed by all who knew her.

  6. Judie was a wonderful Mom and person! She will be missed by all! We have many fond memories of our three families as our children grew up next to each other -the Bohrers, Millers and Baumeyers.

  7. My long-time, lovely, talented, generous friend from freshman year of high school in Sister Sylvia’s homeroom 201 at St. Elizabeth Academy. My husband Jim and I shared such happy visits with Judie and Erv in Kingwood when our son Richard lived in Katy. Deepest condolences to Erv and his entire loving family, as well as to Roger’s family.

  8. Judie was such a gracious and lovely lady and such a good friend. Her artistic abilities also spilled over into the kitchen. She loved to cook and there was always something special coming to the table. Her deep faith and generous spirit was always present in her daily life. I will always miss you, dear friend.

  9. Judie was a lovely person and a true friend. I was blessed to have known her. We had some wonderful times together from celebrating birthdays to a fun trip we took to Austin. My condolence to her family.

  10. Erv and Family,
    My heart goes out to you in losing your beloved Judy from this earth. Now she will still take care of you from a higher place. She was a wonderful lady and I surely enjoyed her friendship when you lived in St. Louis. May time ease the sorrow of her passing. You will be in my prayers.

  11. Judie and I were in high school together at St. Elizabeth Academy in St. Louis, and I remember her fondly from those years. I am so sorry to learn of her death. I will keep Judie and her family in my prayers.
    Anne Latta Toohey

  12. Ronnie and Judy Pace

    Judy and I are truly sorry to learn of your mothers passing. If we can be of any comfort, please call.
    As you may know, Ronnie has counseled many people during the grieving process.

  13. Erv, Arlene and I are deeply saddened to learn of Judy’s passing. Our prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. May she rest in the peace with the Lord.

  14. Judie became part of the circle of love of everyone she met. I am deeply grateful to have been graced by her easy smile, sense of humor, and commitment to friends and family. I’ll always treasure her friendly wave as a cut through your yard walking to school! I feel blessed to have known her and your wonderful family. With much love across the miles, Doug

  15. May Judy rest in peace with our Lord Jesus.. Very sorry for your loss Erv. Our prayers are with you and your family. Love, Nick and Jacquie Carter.

  16. My deepest condolence to Judith family. She was an awesome lady and was loved by many. She now enters into her rest – Revelation 21:3 & 4

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