Pat H. Foley & Company

1200 West 34Th Street, Houston, TX


Kelly Renee Bircher

December 19, 1984May 4, 2014

Kelly Renee Bircher, 29, of Houston, passed away on Sunday, May 4, 2014. She was born in Houston, TX on December 19, 1984 to Timothy and Patricia Bircher. She graduated from Scarborough High School and received a degree in Nursing from the University of North Alabama. Kelly was an amazing caregiver and worked tirelessly to help others. She began her nursing career at Shriners Hospital for Children in Galveston, TX. She then worked in the ER at Memorial Hermann before becoming a flight nurse on Life Flight at Memorial Hermann. She then went on to become a critical care nurse at St. Luke’s Hospital in Houston. Kelly is survived by her parents, Tim and Pat Bircher; her sister Kimberly Moon and her brother-in-law Brian Moon; her nephews Thomas and Timothy Moon; her grandparents, Bobby and Jeanette Starnes and Wally and Barbara Bircher; her aunts and uncles, cousins, friends, and her beloved dogs. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, May 9, at 2:00pm at Pat H. Foley Funeral Home.


  • Celebration of Kelly's Life Friday, May 9, 2014


Kelly Renee Bircher

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Terri Reed

June 2, 2015

Though we worked in different departments, I always enjoyed the chance to talk to Kelly. She had a warm spirit and was such a knowledgeable nurse, she loved taking care of the sickest patients! I didn't know about this page last year, but I was shocked and so sad to hear that she passed away. I hope that you have some comfort in how she touched so many hearts, patients and coworkers <3

Tonya Calvert-Reed

June 2, 2015

Kelly and I would talk breifly and I always enjoyed our conversation. She is a very sweet girl. So sorry for your loss, my condolences to the family. Kelly will be missed.

Wayne Rennicks

June 1, 2015

I found my self thinking of Kelly today and thought I would pass this on to others. It is hard to believe that a year has gone by since she left. My condolences to her family and other friends who miss her and mourn her loss.

Ray Moreno

May 20, 2014

I had the pleasure of meeting Kelly shortly after she arrived at St. Luke's. Kelly and I spoke for well over an hour about a particular patient I was caring for that day. We developed a friendship immediately and each and every time I saw her, I was greeted with a warm smile and a genuine hug. I will miss her and her friendship greatly, but I know she is in a world far better than ours. It was a personal and professional honor to know and work with her.

Wayne Rennicks

May 18, 2014

I came to know Kelly shortly after she joined CHI/St. Luke`s. You could tell she was smart, reserved and very confident. I really enjoyed working with her. We talked a lot about her experience in Life Flight and her love of dogs. She was very happy about the recent addition (puppy). Kelly made me laugh heartily and that is something everyone should do every day. While her mortal coil has unwound for us, she is and always will be in the presence of God. She is at his right side.

Susan Lancaster fleck

May 17, 2014

You will be missed sweet girl. I always loved your infectious laugh and smile... Will love and miss you forever.... "Pfleeger"

May 13, 2014

she was a wonderful person always had a smile on her face she loved pets we she brought them to us sorry for your loss.

Kouame Yao

May 13, 2014

Please accept our sincere condolences on the death of Kelly. Kelly was a wonderful lady and will be sorely missed. She always had a smile and a joke for everyone and she was a pleasure to work with.I am so glad that I had the opportunity to meet her.
May God's Grace strengthen you.

Sincerely yours,

Billy King

May 11, 2014

My thoughts and prayers are with the Bircher family

Cindi Crabtree

May 10, 2014

Kelly, your life made a difference, to your family, your friends, your co-workers, your patients and to anyone who knew you. I'm so sorry I only got to know you for such a short time. Your death is a tragedy. I pray that God will comfort your family and all those who cared about you.