Kingwood Funeral Home

22800 Highway 59 North, Kingwood, TX


John Mark Santarcangelo

Passed away on June 20, 2019

John went to be with the Lord on June 20, 2019 with his loving wife by his side. John is predeceasd by his father Nick Santarcangelo, and survived by his wife, Kimberly. Sons, James Hatten of Rosharon, Tx, Brian Hatten Sr. of Huffman, Tx, Nicolas Santarcangelo of Huffman, Tx, and his only daughter Austin Santarcangelo of Spring, Tx. Grandchildren, Colin, Brian Jr., Lilah, Bradley, Brooklyn, Victoria, and Kai. His mother, Michaeline Santarcangelo of Pearland, Tx., and sister Gina Crawford of Manvel, Tx. As well as numerous other realtives. Especially to special cousin Lisa Eck, who was like a sister to him. John was born in Austin, Tx. in October of 1962, and was adopted by Nick and Michaeline - His true angels that gave him a loving home. He was a United States Airforce veteran, of which he proudly served. Later he became a business entrepreneur. His favorite pastimes were barbecuing with his family and backpacking in Colorado. Making Italian sausage with his parents and family was a Santarcangelo tradition - a tradition that our children will keep alive. Let's not forget the infamous pasta Sundays he enjoyed so much. He will be in our hearts, loved, and missed beyond measure.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Wounded Warrior Project that John admired so much.


  • Visitation Sunday, June 30, 2019
  • Funeral Service Monday, July 1, 2019
  • Committal Service Monday, July 1, 2019


John Mark Santarcangelo

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Kim Santarcangelo

June 25, 2019

Thank you for your memories of John. I love reading them. He was a little bit of a firecracker apparently.
After being with him for so many years, I can see it.
I'm just honored to be his wife, and we had so many good times. He could always make me laugh even when I wanted to strangle him. Life will never be the same.
Thank you again...

Tom Rochford

June 25, 2019

So many memories with "Red." We went to St. Christopher elementary together, finding plenty of trouble to get into. St. Chris bazaar, sneaking into the white elephant area and inhaling helium from the balloon filler. Trips to the camp in the Big Thicket, riding motorbikes through the trails, and even a "Sasquatch " encounter. Italian festival, winning bottles and bottles of vino and taking them back to the family van to drink. So many memories, and man could John put away the vittles. So many great times at his mom and dad's where there was always endless jokes from dad and much laughter. RIP Red. Love ya.

Aaron and Barbara Morrow

June 25, 2019

John, Kim and the kids lived down the street from us for years. He and my husband used to tell their boys and ours they were old Army buddies, to this day my husband still refers to him as "my old Army buddy" John loved his family with his whole heart. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of his family and friends. May you find peace in the days ahead.

Patricia Castaneda Upperco

June 25, 2019

I’m am very saddened to hear of Johns passing! We were high school friends and shared how blessed we were to have wonderful families as I too was adopted! He always made me laugh! Prayers for all of the Family and Friends who loved him so much!