Geraldine Kincaid

August 27, 1917November 22, 2018

Geraldine Ruth Sanner Kincaid (Gerrie) was born August 27, 1917 in Erie, Pennsylvania and died on November 22, 2018 at the age of 101. Her father was Joseph Edward Sanner and her mother was Theresa Munch Sanner. She had one brother, Joseph J. Sanner who was a pilot and died in a plane crash in Alexandria, Virginia on September 26, 1952. Gerrie graduated from Erie Academy High School. She attended the Erie Center University of Pittsburgh and completed her degree at the University of Pittsburgh attaining her degree Bachelor of Arts. She then attended the Pittsburgh University School of Law for two years. At the University, she met Elmer “Bud” Kincaid and they were married on September 12, 1942 in Logansport, Indiana. They had one son, Patrick Davis Kincaid, born February 18, 1946. He graduated from High School in Granite City, Illinois, and received his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Chemistry from the University of Houston. Patrick passed away on September 3, 1974 in Amherst, Mass. “Bud” was employed in many varied and prestigious positions and they lived in Gary, Indiana, Michigan City, Indiana, Phoenix, Arizona, and Granite City, Illinois. They moved to Houston in 1964 where “Bud” retired as a Federal Arbitrator in 1990. After retirement, they moved to Conroe. “Bud” died in 2003, and she moved to Assisted Living where she lived until her death. Gerrie was an avid reader and was particularly interested in political science and world politics. Due to macular degeneration she was unable to read, but still kept up with what is going on in the nation and world by radio and television. She enjoyed discussing politics and the world situations with her friends. She was a member of First Christian Church of Conroe and many of her friends from the church and the community visited her regularly. She celebrated her 100th birthday with many who came to congratulate her and she received a resolution from Brandon Creighton, State Senator, congratulating her on her birthday. Mayor of Conroe, Toby Powell, presented her with a Proclamation from the City of Conroe designating the day as “Geraldine Ruth Sanner Kincaid Day”. She is survived by her long-time friends and confidants, Marilyn Coyne and Janie Kobes, as well as many others who will miss her conversations and great insights on how to live a well-considered life In Lieu of Flowers, please make donations to the Montgomery County Memorial Library System, 104 I45 N, Conroe, Texas 77301 . Graveside services are scheduled for Friday, December 14th, at 1:00 at Memorial Oaks Cemetery, 13001 Katy Freeway, Houston, Texas 77079 with Reverend Wayne Ivey, First Christian Church Conroe officiating.


  • Graveside Service Friday, December 14, 2018

Geraldine Kincaid

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Terri Pass

December 5, 2018

My dog, Rosie, and I visited Mrs. Kincaid regularly over the last several years and she was very special to us. Our many wonderful conversations covered a vast variety of topics. I always left feeling admiration and awe for her depth of knowledge, courage and spirit. I will dearly miss her wisdom, intellect and humor. I am forever grateful for the opportunity to have known her.