Felecia Jo Humphries

Felecia Jo Humphries, 88, of Pasadena, Texas, passed away on December 11, 2023, in Pasadena. Felecia was born January 24, 1935, in Houston, Texas, to John Caporina and Wilma Neeley Caporina.

Felecia grew up in Houston on Canal Street. She attended Milby High School. Felecia married Joseph Stiff in 1955 at the age of 20. They had eight children together and were married for 30 years. They raised their children in Pasadena and were members of the St. Pius V Catholic Church community. As the children got older, Felecia worked as a secretary at CAMCO. In 1988, she married Timothy Humphries.

Felecia loved dogs, reading books, traveling, and spending time with her many children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.

Felecia is survived by her: eight children and their spouses, Margaret and Mary Sue Austin, Chad Mognett, Sue and Leslie Knight, Steve and Diane Stiff, Debbie and Bruce Kirby, John and Trina Stiff, Jo Ann and Don Paul, Don and Sylvana Stiff, and David Nicholas and Prissy Stiff; her 17 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; her sister, Janette Kinstley; nephew, Michael Kinstley; and niece, Julie Kinstley, as well as numerous other family and friends. She is also survived by her dear friend, Jan Rhyseman, who was a devoted companion during her final years. She was preceded in death by her: husband, Timothy Humphries; former husband, Joseph Stiff; brother-in-law, Kelly Raiford Kinstley; and nephew, John Kelly Kinstley.

In the last years of her life, Felecia was a resident of The Medical Resort Bay Area in Pasadena. Her family would like to give a heartfelt thank you to the Medical Resort staff, as well as Jan Rhyseman, for the loving care given to Felecia.

Celebration of Life will be held on February 4th at 12:30pm., La Brisa on the Creek
501 N Wesley Dr., League City, Texas 77573


  1. Mom you will be missed and loved forever by your family members and friends. We have so many memories of you and the happy times we had over so many years! Your great cooking skills, sharing your love of reading and enjoying a snow cone as often as you could! 😄 I was at Kroger‘s recently, passed by the the fruit cakes, and had to get one in memory of you..it isn’t as great as yours were, but I eat it & think of you! Same goes for the store bought eggnog which pales in comparison to your homemade kind. I will treasure the memories as I know they’ll come often from now on. Love you too much mom, forever, and always, Susie. 💜♥️

    Sue Knight
  2. Much love and a life well-lived

    Susie & Ellis Wolbe
  3. So sorry for the loss of your Mother, love and prayers to the family.

    Donna Wilkerson
  4. Love you Mom. Miss you ever so much.
    Happy Celebration of Your Life Day♥️

    Debbie Kirby

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