Katheryn "Kay" Patricia Fleming

Katheryn "Kay" Patricia Fleming passed peacefully into the Lord's comforting arms on May 15, 2013 at the age of 75. Kay was born on April 4, 1938 in Oilton, TX to Cleve J. Stine and Ann Stine. She was raised in Freer, TX where she attended Freer High School. She was a carhop at Dorman's drive-in. Later she became a telephone operator in Alice, TX for Southwestern Bell. In 1958, while in Alice, she met and married Robert A. Fleming. Kay was a proud navy wife who traveled until they retired and settled down at Canyon Lake, TX in 1973, along with their four children. Kay is survived by her husband, Robert A. Fleming; sons, Johnny Fleming, Robert C. Fleming and James Fleming and wife, Cris; daughter, Deanna Fleming and husband, Mario; grandchildren, Robert W. Fleming and wife, Karen, Garrison Maurer and wife, Sato, Katy Louthen and husband, Shane, Cody Fleming and wife, Jennifer, Jason Fleming and wife, Theresa, Giordan Aristeguieta and husband, Rick, Amanda Garcia and Jenna Garcia; great-grandchildren, Kellan, Paityn, Alissa, David, Luke, Liam, Isaia, Madison, Mikayla, Sydni, Noah, Andrew and Eric. Kay, also known by her loving family as "Nana", will always be loved and never forgotten. Her biggest pride and joy was her family. Visitation with the family will be held from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM on Friday, May 24, 2013 at First Baptist Church of Canyon Lake, 13085 FM 306, Canyon Lake 78133, followed by the memorial service, which begins at 2:00 PM. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given to the American Cancer Society.

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  1. Our condolence to the Fleming family in the loss of Kay. Kay was such a amazing woman, wife, mother, and grandmother and the individual love she gave to each and everyone was special and admired by all. We are so thankful we got to know Kay and have wonderful memories of her kind smile and great wisdom. Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you in the loss of such a great person. Rest in Peace our friend.

  2. Kay had wonderful humor and a beautiful smile. She will be truly missed. Peace to her family. And Kay…Go Rangers!

  3. Nana, everyday I think of you and miss you and how life will not be the same with you gone. I know you are in heaven now watching over us. I will hold our memories in my mind and your love in my heart forever. love you Nana

  4. Deanna, Its not fun getting old!!! We are not ready to ever lose our Loving Parents!! My heart is broken for you. I wish I was able to be there with you!! I have someone bringing you some extra hugs from me. I will especially be in prayer tomorrow during the services. Love you, Cindy Kight King

  5. I know your hearts a breaking. Your mother was a very loving woman and will be greatly missed. We all loved our Aunt Kay and know that she is at peace with the Lord.

  6. Hugs to all the family. My Great Aunt Kay was a wonderful person and will be missed by all. I am sure that she was greated with open arms by Papa Cleave, Nanaw, and my Mom (Kathy) and my brother Russell.

  7. To the family of Kay, She was truly a great person and will be deeply missed. Her laughter and special smile will light up heaven. My arms are wrapped around you in your loss. My prayer is for God to give you peace and comfort in the days to come. Love and Blessings, Patsy Cooper Martin

  8. Kay was a dear friend when I lived in Freer. We went to school together until the May 1953 when my family moved. I have not seen Kay since a class reunion in Corpus Christi, but I always considered her a friend. I pray that God will comfort each of you during this time.

  9. Bob and Family I share your feelings of your lose and sorrow as I had the experience a few years ago when I lost my wife Anita. I shall remember how Kay enjoyed our USS Chilton Navy Reunions. Please except my condolences! John Bottone USS Chilton

  10. Kay was in my class in school here in freer & was such a happy, fun girl.my thoughts & prayers are with you all

  11. I love my nana and ima miss her very much. Just wanna say i love you so much nana and you never gave up on me. i love you nana

  12. I can’t put in words how sorry I am to hear of KAY’S PASSING She was a close friend when we kids we were neighbors I loved her Bless all of you the family.

  13. I remember like it was yesturday when her kids and I went to school together. Oh so many memories! My Condolences are with ya’ll. I know she’s walking with the Angels looking down on all of us..

  14. Although nana was not my grandmother, she got all my respect. She was so nice and treated me no different. She will be missed by all. From Ryan, Haley, Lane and Laytyn we send our condolences.

  15. Bobbie, I hope you remember me. I worked with you at NBU – I was the secretary in the Electric Dept. Please accept my deepest sympathy for the lose of your wife. You and your family are in my prayers.

  16. The Rutherford-Hall reunion is missing one of its favorite people. Kay was a wealth of family information. We miss her and her infectious laugh. Praying for comfort and great memories for her family.

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