Barbara Agnes Krider

Barbara Agnes Krider, 72, a life long resident of Galveston, TX passed away on November 30, 2019 in Galveston, TX. Barbara was born in Tampa, FL on April 15, 1947 to J.F. “Roddy” and Onelia Rodriguez.

Barbara rejoins her husband Michael M. Krider; parents and her brother, Richard “Leslie” Rodriguez.

Barbara leaves behind her daughter, Valarie Zimmerman, husband Trey; grandchildren: Andrew Torralba and Jordyn Zimmerman; sister, Aurora Cotter.

5 comments

  1. Val, as your lifelong friend, know that my family is thinking about you and your family. Your Mother was a strong spirited woman that all your friends loved and enjoyed. I know this is a hard time for you…I will be checking on you soon. Tina

    Garcia Family
    • Val,
      We are thinking of you in this difficult time and praying that many blessings of comfort come your way. God’s blessings be yours always💗

      Aleida Hardeman
  2. Valarie I don’t have the words. I loved your Mama so very much. Y’all took me in and gave me a home. She was so good to me when she didn’t have to be. And she didn’t even kill us when she found out we had the condo key! So many memories. I find myself laughing through the tears thinking of all of the craziness we three shared! So much laughter. Her 100% “Weezer” sarcasm never ceased to make me laugh til I cried. She was so dead on about it, said the things we would only think! Lol! And talk about love…she loved you with every fiber in her soul! You were her “girla” and the source of her greatest pride and joy. Then came Andrew, Jordyn, she loved them insanely, along the way I think she may have even liked Trey a little. Lol. You better believe she is with your Dad now raising hell about something! And I bet Duffy that sneaky dog is still getting his ice cream! I’m so sorry for the loss of your Mother. If I close my eyes I can see her laughing with her eyes twinkling usually after delivering a zinger! Thank you for sharing her with me. I love you so much!

    Leigh Ann Couty
  3. My dear friend, your mother was such a joy to us all growing up. Her sense of humor & love for her family was such a treasure to see.She welcomed us all into her home with open arms. Miss Barbara will alway be in our hearts remembered with respect & admiration. God bless your family & may your mother Rest In Peace.
    Your friend, Helen Hernandez

    Helen Hernandez
  4. Valerie,

    My beautiful cousin I am so sorry to learn about your mother’s passing. I cannot believe how long it has been since I have seen her, but I love her all the same. Many thoughts and prayers to you and your family.

    Vini Stockfleth

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