Kathy Catoe Miller

February 5, 1952September 30, 2018
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Kathy Catoe Miller was born on February 5, 1952 and passed away on September 30, 2018.


  • Michael Miller, Husband
  • Michael Catoe, Son
  • James Jason Catoe, Son
  • Alyssa Green and husband Edward, Daughter
  • Karen Green and husband Jason, Daughter
  • James Polk Clark, Jr. and wife Marty, Brother
  • Carolyn Tibbitts and husband Eddie, Sister
  • Also left to cherish her memory are her grandchildren, Dalton Green, Brett Alexander, Megan Green, Daniel Green, and Maddison Miller. Kathy is preceded in death by a son, Matthew Warren Miller; her parents, James Polk Clark, Sr. and Edna (Gordon) Clark and one sister, Joyce Elaine Clark Weir.


  • Visitation Sunday, October 7, 2018
  • Funeral Service Monday, October 8, 2018
  • Interment Monday, October 8, 2018


Kathy Catoe Miller

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Mary Tunstall

October 10, 2018

Although Kathy and I knew each other from various events at San Jacinto College, my first time of being around her much was when she worked in the Testing Center on central campus and I would administer various Saturday tests. She would always make sure everyone had breakfast first before our hours in a classroom. She was a planner and made sure everyone had what they needed. She just honestly cared about others all the time. I know she will be missed dearly by her family and friends. God has an extra angel to help others now.

Natalie & Hector Serna

October 7, 2018

Our sincerest condolences to the family. We are deeply saddened by Ms. Kathy’s passing. In the short time that we were blessed with her presence, she left an everlasting impression in our hearts. Always smiling, always thinking of others, always loving everyone around her. Every year she would bring our daughter a baggie or basket of treats for Halloween and Easter. She will be truly missed by our family and by all who knew and loved her. Rest easy, Ms. Kathy.

Angela Laredo

October 6, 2018

I met Kathy about ten years ago when she came to work in the Dual Credit office at San Jacinto College South Campus. She was a thoughtful friend and colleague and a hard worker. One distinct memory I have was one year a few days before Christmas--she came by to several of our offices with a big, beautiful Christmas basket filled with Casa Ole' gift cards and big chocolate candy bars and other treats to give to her friends. She sent me a very kind note when my grandmother passed away in 2012 and I always remembered that. She was thoughtful. I had not seen her since her retirement. My condolences to all of her family. I enjoyed working with her.

Sherry Gray

October 5, 2018

My dear friend Kathy, may you have eternal peace. I pray for comfort and peace for her family and friends, from the bottom of my heart, my deepest condolences.

It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that my dear friend and colleague Kathy has left this world. I know she is sitting around in Heaven laughing and smiling in her most special way. I will truly miss her.

Kathy was a wonderful, kindhearted person that always had a beautiful smile and a contagious laugh! I enjoyed our times in AEOP, she was a great leader and professional in all she did. I have so many memories of our times together, the days we spent in AEOP and TESA are only a few.

I'd like to share her AEOP Presidential Motto 2009-2011.

Margaret Peterson-Harvey

October 4, 2018

My heartfelt condolences, prayers of peace and comfort go out to her family and friends. My heartfelt condolences. May you have eternal rest, my friend, Kathy. I am both honored and thankful to have had you in my life.

She truly was a blessing in my life and I treasured her friendship. I will miss her dearly. I have many fond memories of all the times we got together; lunches, meetings and other times. She had a great laugh and one of the kindest of hearts. She could be headstrong but fair. She insisted that if she ran for the position of President for AEOP that I run for Vice President position. We all worked together to help a wonderful student and her family. I am glad that she was a persistent soul. She will be missed by many.

Rosie Helms

October 4, 2018

I met Kathy when I was a work-study student assistant in the Central Campus Testing Center. I remember her fondly as an early influence in my student and professional journey. She was honest, kind, and good natured. In those days, I would stay late with her as she proctored the evening GED tests and I gained a fundamental understanding of accountability, sincerity, and hard work in our short conversations during setup and take-down.

I was saddened to learn of her passing and will be praying for her family.

Donna Cubstead

October 3, 2018

God peace and comfort be with your family and loved ones. It was a pleasure working with Kathy at San Jacinto College. She was a dedicated and hard worker. I got to know Kathy better when she served as our 2014-2015 SJC AEOP President. As President she demonstrated a commitment to the organization, and showed her love for others. She always had a smile on her face and tried to get others involved. I am glad she had a few years to enjoy her retirement. She will be missed.

Barbara Jennings

October 2, 2018

It was a pleasure to work with such as sweet, caring and professional lady. She always had a smile and kind word. No matter what was needed if she could help she did. I will always remember her hugs when my daughter who had cystic fibrosis was in and out of the hospital. Kathy had a heart of gold and heaven gained a beautiful spirit.

Please know I will be praying for the family. God bless.

Eddie Weller

October 2, 2018

I, too, remember Kathy at the San Jacinto Day Festival and Battle Reenactment; for years she was a volunteer helping other people have a wonderful time. I also remember her love of orchids--she always had one blooming in her office. She will be missed.

Julie Blacksmith

October 2, 2018

Kathy and I worked together at San Jac. She was always pleasant and had a quick smile. She and I had many conversations and lots of laughter. One of my favorite memories was when we worked the San Jacinto Day (April 2011) at the Monument for the Battle Re-enactment of the Battle of San Jacinto. We went and rented Southern Bell Dresses and played the part of the era. Kathy was a wonderful lady!