OBITUARY

Vicky Hudspeth

November 9, 1953June 30, 2018
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Vicky Hudspeth, 64, of Pasadena, TX passed away on Saturday, June 30, 2018. She was born in Tacoma, Washington on November 9, 1953 to Ludwig and Lena Schiemer. She was married to Rex Hudspeth for 45 years and together they had 3 children and 6 grandchildren. Vicky worked in the banking and insurance industry the majority of her career. She had a passion for sewing, all forms of crafting, quilting, travelling, gardening, reading and baking.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Ludwig and Lena; her sister, Mary and brother, Louie. She is survived by her husband, Rex; children, Aaron, Stephanie, Chad and wife Sarah; grandchildren, Raegann, Chris, Teighlor, Haven, Hunter and Andrew; brother, Bob; sister, Lena; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. She also leaves behind her most beloved of all children, her dog Ford and cat Kali.

In the days of her passing, one sentiment has been said over and over. Vicky was a giver. She gave of her time, her talents and love. All the friends of her kids were also her kids. She had a love that had no bounds. She loved to arrange her girl’s dinners, craft nights and shopping trips. She and Rex loved to take cruises together and also with groups of friends. She was a giver. Even to those she never met. She spent countless hours making blankets and hats for the babies in NICU. She was always the first to volunteer to make items for donations. In her youth, she loved to play board games, sleep outside in tents made of blankets, listen to the radio while sunbathing and call the radio station to request her favorite songs.

Vicky and Rex met when Rex was stationed in Bremerton, Washington while in the Navy. They actually met when they were on a double date, but with other people. They hit it off immediately and the rest is history. They married April 6, 1973 in Baytown, TX where they lived for 2 years before moving to Pasadena where they remained. They were members of South Avenue Baptist Church before moving to Second Baptist Church in the early 90’s.

She was the greatest mom and Granny you could ever ask for. Family vacations to Alabama, Florida, Washington and Frio River to name a few. From making as many sports events for her kids and grandkids as she possibly could, family pictures, school lunches and events to making clothes, bedding, gifts for all her family and friends, Vicky gave unconditionally to all.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Saturday, July 14, 2018
REMEMBERING

Vicky Hudspeth

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Shera Dawson

September 22, 2018

Vicky was one of the most caring amazing people i have ever had the priviledge of knowing. I worked with her at farmers insurance but not only a coworker but a dear friend. She tought me so much and always was there to give advice pick me up out of a funk and just listen and pray when i needed a real friend. She was always there for me and it saddened me to find out that one of the most realist angels in the world was suffering with such a terrible disease. I was devastated but if i know anything i know that in her passing she is now at the right hand of our father in heaven and flying high with the angels cause if their was anyone ever who i believe would get that honor it would be her....i love you vicky and thank you for always being a friend mom care taker prayer warrior to everyone who ever was blessed enough to cross ur path ...

Linda O’Banion

July 14, 2018

Vicky has been my best friend for about 30 years. We met at Second Baptist Church in Pasadena. We became friends right away. She was just an easygoing, ready to help in any way type of person. She was a Nike’ type of person. Just do it, or she will already have done it. She had a heart of gold and put others before herself ALL the time. I do not believe I have ever met a more selfless person. There are so many things that Vicky did and did not want anyone to know about because she did not want the credit or the praise. She just wanted to do random acts of kindness. What the world needs more of is kindness towards each other and she knew that, she lived that. Let’s live a life of kindness in her memory and in her honor. Vicky, you will be missed so much. Friends, family, Please, what was most important to her is that you have a relationship with Jesus. Pray and receive Christ as your Lord and Savior today.

Kristy Hernandez

July 13, 2018

I only got to meet Vicky briefly one day, but I have heard lots of stories about her over the years. She was a wonderful, caring, and smart women. She loved her daughter so much! She was always making memories with her grandchildren at the lakes and on holidays! Memories to last a life time.

I send my deepest condolences to the Hudspeth Family!

With lots of love from Kristy, Michael, Tristan, & Carly Hernandez

Laura Robinson

July 8, 2018

Vicky and I started elementary school together and grew up in the same neighborhood and remained friends all these years. Vicky was a wonderful lady. My condolences to the family. Until we meet again, RIP my friend ❤️
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Laurie Granvold

July 8, 2018

Vicky was my aunt but she was more than that. We grew up together and she was more like a sister, my best friend. We shared many dreams of what our future would be like. My brother and I would fight to take turns to spend one on one time with her. I idolized her and will keep her in my heart forever.

Kathy Hatt

July 5, 2018

I am the mother of Aaron, Heather, and Caleb McKnight. My kids are the same ages as Vicky's, and were friends growing up. Vicky and her family lived right down the street from us on Hays. Vicky was a very nice person and I appreciate having known her. She and I both sewed for people, and I sometimes referred some of my work to her if I was too busy because I knew she would do quality work. I remember her as being a good mom and involved with her family. I want to extend my deepest sympathy to her husband Rex, and her children - Aaron, Stephanie, and Chad. In my mind's eye, I can still see the sweet faces of her children when they came to our house to play. They were good kids, and that is a tribute to their mother.

Shayla Northcutt

July 5, 2018

Vicky and Rex took me in as another kid when I was at the youth group at Second Baptist. I remember going camping with them in the summers and she was always open to talking and having a good time. I have fond memories of her much love and prayers to the family

Brian & Glenda Roddy

July 4, 2018

We did not get to know Vicky on a personal level. We knew her by hearing stories from her 2nd Baptist friends. We were told she was always helping out wherever she could and did it with much love & creativity. We grieve with her friends who are struggling with her loss. 2nd Baptist will continue to be blessed by her contribution to our church family. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.


FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

Biography

Vicky Hudspeth, 64, of Pasadena, TX passed away on Saturday, June 30, 2018. She was born in Tacoma, Washington on November 9, 1953 to Ludwig and Lena Schiemer. She was married to Rex Hudspeth for 45 years and together they had 3 children and 6 grandchildren. Vicky worked in the banking and insurance industry the majority of her career. She had a passion for sewing, all forms of crafting, quilting, travelling, gardening, reading and baking.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Ludwig and Lena; her sister, Mary and brother, Louie. She is survived by her husband, Rex; children, Aaron, Stephanie, Chad and wife Sarah; grandchildren, Raegann, Chris, Teighlor, Haven, Hunter and Andrew; brother, Bob; sister, Lena; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. She also leaves behind her most beloved of all children, her dog Ford and cat Kali.

In the days of her passing, one sentiment has been said over and over. Vicky was a giver. She gave of her time, her talents and love. All the friends of her kids were also her kids. She had a love that had no bounds. She loved to arrange her girl’s dinners, craft nights and shopping trips. She and Rex loved to take cruises together and also with groups of friends. She was a giver. Even to those she never met. She spent countless hours making blankets and hats for the babies in NICU. She was always the first to volunteer to make items for donations. In her youth, she loved to play board games, sleep outside in tents made of blankets, listen to the radio while sunbathing and call the radio station to request her favorite songs.

Vicky and Rex met when Rex was stationed in Bremerton, Washington while in the Navy. They actually met when they were on a double date, but with other people. They hit it off immediately and the rest is history. They married April 6, 1973 in Baytown, TX where they lived for 2 years before moving to Pasadena where they remained. They were members of South Avenue Baptist Church before moving to Second Baptist Church in the early 90’s.

She was the greatest mom and Granny you could ever ask for. Family vacations to Alabama, Florida, Washington and Frio River to name a few. From making as many sports events for her kids and grandkids as she possibly could, family pictures, school lunches and events to making clothes, bedding, gifts for all her family and friends, Vicky gave unconditionally to all.