Judy Ann Kueck

August 14, 1950January 23, 2022
Obituary of Judy Ann Kueck
Judy A Kueck, 71,was called home to heaven unexpectedly on January 23, 2022. Born in Houston, TX on August 14, 1950 to Frank and Martha Priest. Judy is preceded in death by her parents, spouses James d’Agrella (1974) and John G Kueck (2002) of 26 years, and son Scott Kueck (2009). Judy was baptized at Bethany Lutheran Church and confirmed her faith at St Lukes Church. She continued her walk of faith at Pilgrim Lutheran church where she cooked for the school touching hearts of many children as they came through the lunch line. She later joined the Houston Lutheran Chorale. Sharing her talent to sing for many years with the chorale traveling and witnessing to others. She later joined the church family of St. Timothy where she watched children in the nursery, helped serve at VBS, taught Sunday school for children and cooked and served with a team for Pit Stop and various other events. Judy enjoyed traveling with John visiting various places around the country and in Europe. After John passed she continued to be active with her Bible study group as well as her “Go Club” travel group. She was always on the go! She ran in eleven marathons in different parts of the country. Most recent one being Jan 16, 2022 in the Houston Chevron 50th anniversary marathon. She loved her Heavenly Father, Family and Friends! She also enjoyed playing volleyball with the church leagues. And eventually that became a family affair. Besides singing, she also had a talent for cake decorating and taught classes at the school in Pilgrim. She loved baseball, the Astros and had a green thumb for plants and gardening. Today she is in the arms of her Heavenly Father and will be missed here on earth. Judy is survived by her five children: daughter Karen and Mark Newlander, daughter Tina and David Phillips, son John Wm and Katie Kueck, daughter Kelly and JohnDavid Goebel, and son Kris and Rebecca Kueck and faithful pet Mia. In addition she was “Gramzy” to 16 grandchildren plus one on the way and 6 great grandchildren with another on the way. Friends and family are invited to stay for a reception in the Life Center immediately following the service. The graveside ceremony will follow at 1:00PM for family and friends at Memorial Oaks Cemetery, 13001 Katy Fwy, Houston, TX 77079 In lieu of flowers, contributions in memory can be made to: Texas Children’s Hospital, Pawsitive Play Program, Office of Philanthropy, Ste. 5214, PO Box 300630, Houston, TX 77230-0630

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