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1415 Campbell Road, Houston, TX


Kathy Ann Hunt

May 10, 1950April 15, 2020

Kathy Ann Hunt, 69, was born on May 10, 1950 in Chicago, Illinois to Russell E. and Dorothy S. Daley and passed away on April 15, 2020 in Houston, Texas.

Kathy received her BA from DePauw University and her MBA from the University of Chicago where she studied with Milton Freeman. She began her career on the Bidding Floor in Chicago and then went on to work as an Investment Banker.

In the early 1970's Kathy married David Hunt and relocated to Houston, Texas where she worked with Merrill Lynch. Kathy was a long time active member of Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church. In 2005 David preceded Kathy in death. She then served as a school superintendent and took special interest in teaching children English as a second language.

Survived by her brother, Ronald "Ron" E. Daley and his wife, Ginny Bean, of Argyle, Wisconsin; nephews, Jackson, Bryan and Geoffrey Daley and step son, Wayne Hunt.

The family wishes to extend their heartfelt appreciation for the many years of love and care given to Kathy from her Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church family.

A Celebration of Life service honoring Kathy will be held at a later date. Service information will be announced as it becomes available.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Jason Jeffries

April 17, 2020

"Nana Kathy" as we called her was married to my Grandpa Hunt; us living in Indiana and them living in Texas did not provide a lot of time together when we were growing up. During our teens Grandpa and Kathy would have us down in the summers for a fun week of swimming in their pool, baseball games, and wonderful food on the grill as well as a lot of fun playing cards as a family. I was blessed by them to go live with them my freshman year of college; it was great to spend a year living together and getting to spend so much more time together. I have a lot of great memories from Grandpa and Kathy from that year of my young adult life.
Thank you for taking me into your home.


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