Catherine Linda Kunick
February 25, 1941 – March 16, 2020
Catherine "Linda" (Moore) Kunick, 79, Mabank, TX, went to meet her heavenly father on March 16, 2020. Mrs. Kunick was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend.
Mrs. Kunick was born February 25, 1941.
Linda married the love of her life, Morris John Kunick, on February 25, 1963. The couple were happily married for 57 years.
She was a past Matron of the Eastern Star in Point Richmond, California. She worked several managerial executive jobs before choosing to be a Homemaker caring for her sons and husband.
She was a lifelong member of the Baptist Church serving as secretary for many years. She was a current member of the First Baptist Church of Eustace.
She was a longtime volunteer for East Texas Medical Center.
Linda was always the first to volunteer when someone needed help. She took great pride in volunteering and helping others. She loved her two sons unconditionally and mourned the great loss of her husband.
She will be missed by all who knew her.
Linda is preceded in death by her husband Morris John "Jack" Kunick (February 22, 2020)
She leaves behind sons John Kunick and wife Sheila, Edgewood, TX and Jeremy Kunick, Mabank, TX. Grandson Bryce Kunick, Edgewood, TX. Granddaughter Brittani Murphy and husband Tim, Houston, TX. Great-grandsons: Dominick Rickman, Donovan Rickman, Damien Rickman, Derrick Murphy and Dezmond Murphy, all of Houston, TX. Life-long friends Don Smith and the late Judy Smith, Mabank, TX.
- Morris John "Jack" Kunick, Husband (deceased)
- John Kunick and Sheila, Son and Wife
- Jeremy Kunick, Son
- Bryce Kunick, Grandson
- Brittani Murphy and Tim, Granddaughter and Husband
- Dominick Rickman, Donovan Rickman, Damien Rickman, Derrick Murphy and Dezmond Murphy, Grandsons
- Don Smith and the late Judy Smith, Life-long friends
Eubank Cedar Creek Memorial Park
16701 State Highway 198
- Visitation. The City of Mabank has enforced an ordnance dated March 19, 2020. With this ordnance, we are limited to 10 people in the Memorial Chapel at a time. We appreciate your understanding during these difficult days. Monday, March 23, 2020
- Funeral Service. The City of Mabank has enforced an ordnance dated March 19, 2020. With this ordnance, we are limited to 10 people in the Memorial Chapel at a time. We appreciate your understanding during these difficult days. Monday, March 23, 2020
Catherine Linda Kunick
March 20, 2020
My dear sweet Linda. I remember being first introduced to you and Jack in 1969 in California. The country drives and Jack's BBQ hamburgers after church were so great. You were always the greatest hostess and could set me in my place if I said something out of line. After moving to Texas in 1977 I thought maybe our friendship would end but in not too many years you too both moved here after visiting me and Judie and saw what a great place it was to live and what friendly people Texas had. Since that time you and Jack have been our neighbors, living across the street from us. We sort of formed a bond, the 4 of us, going out to eat, going to concerts in Terrell, taking trips to Arkansas and Galveston. To Judie and I you were the big sister and big brother we never had. Now that Judie passed last year and with the passing of Jack last month and now with your passing, our foursome is down to one, just myself. I miss all.of you so much. I can rest assured knowing that you and Jack are together again and someday I will reunite with my Judie. We'll all.be as it once was but in the beautiful gardens of Heaven with no.more worries, no more pain or suffering. I know you all are in great hands with Jesus at your side. You've been a wonderful friend all these years. Going to miss your delicious corn chowder on those cold winter nights and your spaghetti was the best. Rest peacefully now and know we will miss you and think of you often. God Bless.
March 17, 2020
We loved you and Jack.