Katy Funeral Home


Veronica Luz Farr

June 12, 1955February 18, 2021

Veronica Luz Farr was a caring wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. She passed away peacefully at home on February 18, 2021 at the age of 65 after a courageous battle with cancer.

She was born to Guillermo and Hermila Castillo in General Teran, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. After graduating from Macarthur High School, she became an accomplished hairdresser for 34 years and had a second career working for the City of Houston Public Works for the next 10 years. Veronica was a social butterfly and brightened up everyone’s life she touched. She loved spending time cooking and baking to provide delicious meals to her family and friends. Her laughter and personality were contagious and brought many smiles to those that knew her. She spent her free time gardening and showing off her green thumb.

She is survived by her husband of 45 years, Larry Farr; sons Jason Farr, Creighton Farr and his wife Krysta; 2 grandchildren Carys Farr and Skyler Farr; sisters Marty Spears and her husband Bill, Lucy Andrews and her husband Chad, Christina Espinoza and her husband Roger; nephews and nieces, Brian Spears, Will Fischer, Delia Espinoza, and Rebeca Espinoza.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to MD Anderson Cancer Center at . Please select “other” when choosing where the donation will go and enter the following:

“Dr John A Livingston Research, Soft Tissue Sarcoma with Bone Invasion”

This would directly benefit her team of Doctors and further research.


  • Graveside Service

    Tuesday, February 23, 2021


Veronica Luz Farr

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Norma Chacon

February 24, 2021

Although it was a very short 4 years of knowing you, it became clear from the start that you were going to make an awesome comadre and co-grandmother. I know you will continue watching over our children and grandbabies from above. I will miss you dear friend.

joyce chang

February 23, 2021

Ms. Veronica was not just a supervisor, a mentor and also a great person to work with. You can hear her laughs all the time , felt her warming tone when you made the conservation with her and enjoyed delicious goodies she baked when she's here.
You will be missed.

Anna Acuna

February 23, 2021

One of the most beautiful and precious women to have touched my life. You will always be in my heart , my beautiful coworker and friend.

Tahereh Chitsaz

February 23, 2021

The loss of a friend is like that of a limb; time may heal the anguish of the wound, but the loss cannot be repaired. My deepest sympathies are with you. You are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Christina Espinoza

February 22, 2021

My sweet sister Veronica is in heaven now! She was more my mother than sister as we were growing up. Always guiding and protecting me all my life. Her heart saw the best in everything and everyone. I will miss you always and will rejoice at our reunion in heaven. To my family, Larry and the kiddos I am so sorry for your loss but remember she is watching over you.

Bill and Marta Spears

February 22, 2021

My precious sister will always live in my heart. She was my growing up partner. We had many laughs, conversations about our futures, and yes, got into trouble together. We were joined at the hip until I joined the Army. As sisters, we shared our souls and dreams. I will miss you. Until later. Keep an eye on my mansion up there. I love you for all eternity.

Lucy Andrews

February 22, 2021

As one of my three sisters Veronica was such a joyful and loving woman. She loved to sing and was talented at sketching animation among other things. Her artistic talent went beyond baking and cooking which she loved, she was extremely good at gardening too. I loved the joy she got out of making something grow from a seed to a beautiful plant. It gave her great pride to work in her yard along side her husband. I will dearly miss my loving sister and admire her courage in fighting cancer. I know she will be missed tremendously but rejoice knowing she is whole again and with our Lord Jesus Christ, and we will see each other again!

Belinda Robinson

February 21, 2021

Very fond memories of working with Mrs. Veronica, there was never a dull moment. To her husband, family, and loved ones you are in our thoughts and prayers.

-Belinda & family-