Kristy Lynn Farmer

December 24, 1973 - April 25, 2022
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Kristy Lynn Farmer, born on December 24, 1973, in Riverside, California, passed away in Galveston on April 25, 2022. She was preceded in death by her parents, Ruby Charlean Farmer, and Donald Warren Farmer, her nephew Douglas Warren Farmer and her fur babies, Marlin and Flash. Kristy is survived by her sister, Kathline Donice Kauffman,Continue Reading

Harris County Flood Control District, Environmental Services Department (Brock, Cori, Denise, Jennifer, Jonathan, Kara, Lela, Roberto, and Ryan). left a message on May 4, 2022:
Those of us at the Harris County Flood Control District got to know Kristy very well over the last three plus years, both professionally and personally, as we worked with her on a daily basis. Kristy had a wealth of knowledge and liked to laugh a lot. She understood the mission of our work, how to progress it forward under the ever-changing environmental rules of the day, and therefore indirectly touched hundreds of thousands of residents across the Harris County region by helping us plan and permit flood damage reduction projects with appropriate regard for community and natural values. Her insight and guidance were invaluable to achieving this mission and her absence will not go unnoticed. We send our deepest sympathies to Kristy's family and many friends.
Keith Webb left a message on May 2, 2022:
My sincerest condolences for your loss; I had only known Kristy through my work with the Corp; but had the great pleasure of spending a day in the field with her a short time before her passing. She was a cut-up and I enjoyed her personality. She was very proud of her real estate work and talked about it nonstop that day:)! After we finished our site visit, my parting memory was her slipping out of her rubber boots and back into her flip flops, showing off her brightly painted toenails—all while smoking a cigarette! May God rest her soul, and fill the family with peace during this time of grief. Keith
Karla Klay left a message on April 28, 2022:
It is unimaginable to think Kristy is not here. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you all in her family. She was kind, generous, hardworking, thoughtful, and loved our estuary and all that lives in it. She was a very good friend in college and supportive of me during my first and totally overwhelming job. She helped me find solutions to manage my life. The best being she needed money and offered to lighten my work load by cleaning my house. It was a win win. But especially for my Dog who she gave extra love to every week. Kristy and I both stayed in Galveston after college (now almost 20 years ago) and even though we didn’t run always in the same circles it was always easy to see her and catch up. She remained so hard working and helpful to everyone. Hopeful the memories of her will be filled with vivid joy and help ease her families grief.
Willie Heath left a message on April 28, 2022:
So sad for the loss of such a good person.I remember how happy she was to get a job in Galveston and not have to move away from her friends. She said Yes I don't have to leave my home. She will be miss by many.
Rebecca Kilcoyne left a message on April 28, 2022:
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Our thoughts remain with you and your family at this time. We are honored by the trust and confidence you have placed in us during this difficult time. – The Staff of Malloy Funerals & Cremations
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