Kathy Radaker Burris Death, Obituary – My mother-in-law passed away recently. At 4:30 in the afternoon, Kathy Radaker Burris went away in a calm and serene manner. She was surrounded by her family, and we are certain that she sensed the love that each member of her family had for her. Kathy was able to express her love for all of us and that she was eager to join Jesus in heaven before she passed away.
Knowing that she was prepared brings a great deal of calm, as does the fact that we shall see her again.Kathy Burris, Jo, and On Tuesday, January 18, 2022, at the age of 63, Kathy Burris died away in her house in the city of Covey Trails, Texas.
Her mother Helen Becker passed away first, and she is survived by her husband Jay Burris, her son Stephen Burris, her father Fred Becker, and her brother Gary Becker. Her mother Helen Becker passed away first.
Great Bend, Kansas was the location of Kathy’s birth on November 17, 1958. In 1977, she received her diploma from Jenks High School, where she was the clarinetist who held the first chair in the High School Band. She attended Oklahoma State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology in 1981, and went on to have careers as a Petroleum Geologist, Environmental Health Officer, Code Enforcement Officer, and Seismic Data Supervisor.
She wed Jay in 1979, and during their marriage they have made their home in Oklahoma, Holland, Nigeria, Scotland, and Texas, among other places. Her hobbies included needlework, gardening, sailing, rock collecting, aviation fly-ins, and cooking. She also enjoyed gardening and collecting rocks.
On the Saturday, February 5, 2022, at 2:00 p.m., her residence in Covey Trails, Texas will play host to a Celebration of Life event. After that, there will be a reception.
On Thursday, February 10, 2022, at 2:00 p.m., her ashes will be interred at Floral Haven Funeral Home, Crematory & Cemetery, which is located at 6500 S 129th E Avenue Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74012 (directions).