The Settegast-Kopf Company @ Sugar Creek

15015 Southwest Fwy, Sugar Land, TX


Muriel Ann Tomson

October 5, 1933September 20, 2019

Muriel Ann (Kiki) Tomson passed away peacefully at age 85 on September 20, 2019 at home with her son Craig and husband Alan at her side. Kiki was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin October 5, 1933 to Harold and Dorothy Kirchner. She had an older brother Neil and a younger sister Catherine (Kay), and a son Scott, who preceded her in death. Kiki was a gifted artist and designer who created and sold quilted jackets and stained glass windows in Aspen, Colorado and Kansas City, Mo. She is survived by her son Craig, her husband of 63 years Alan and numerous nieces and nephews as well as her many friends and acquaintances. Services are pending at The Settegast-Kopf Co. @ Sugar Creek in Sugar Land, Texas.


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Muriel Ann Tomson

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Kimberly Robertson

September 29, 2019

To Craig and Mr. Tomson - So sorry to hear about Mrs. Tomson's death. She was a wonderful, talented lady who was always so nice to me. I still have something she made for me almost 40 years ago - a stuffed hedgehog wearing a Dartmouth sweater. My best to both of you.
Kim (Traber) Robertson

Struby & Bob Overton

September 26, 2019


Nancy Cangelosi just gave us the sad news of Kiki's passing. Kiki was truly an angel here on earth and will be waiting for you and others in heaven. Our sincerest thoughts & prayers go with you during these terrible times. I hope we will be able to attend her memorial services. Your devotion to Kiki is so admired.

Much love to you and your family - Struby & Bob

Betsy Slade

September 25, 2019

Kiki was the best neighbor in our cul de sac evaaah! She was so gracious and sharing in our lives...and we all loved her so. We are grateful for the many pieces of art that she presented to us...that we shall treasure forever, for her love of antiques, for her endless love and friendship. We miss her already...but Heaven got so lucky!

Emelia Valentz Appel

September 21, 2019

Kiki was my tennis partner for so many years and we spent hours practicing. However, I was never very good but she was so encouraging always. She was so creative, energetic but so thoughtful. I will remember her always.