Kerry Vaughn Palmer

Kerry Vaughn Palmer, of Friendswood, Texas, passed away Thursday, March 2, 2017 at the age of 57. Mr. Palmer has lived in the Galveston County area for over 25 years and is a member of Calvary Houston. He was born March 4, 1959 in Tulsa, Oklahoma to Marie Florence Palmer.

He served our country in the U.S. Army and worked 35 years in the restaurant business as a Master Chef in Oklahoma and the Houston area.

He is preceded in death by his mother, Marie Florence Palmer.

He is survived by his wife of 9 years, Lois M. Palmer, son Brandon Palmer, daughter Janna Guillory and husband Jason, sisters Deedra Hargrave and Helen Smith, brothers Michael Hargrave, Whitney Hargrave and John Hargrave, grandchildren Jacob Palmer, Joshua Guillory, Joel Guillory, a niece Marie Hargrave and his three beloved “best friends” Anekin, Peaches, and Megan.

There will be a Memorial service Wednesday, March 8, 2017 11am at Calvary Houston. Memorials may be made to Calvary Houston or the American Heart Association in lieu of flowers.


  1. I love you “KP” with all my heart , I don’t know what we will all do without you. I will look after Lois, and the dogs as well. I don’t know anyone that will keep me inline anymore , but I promise to you, that I will proceed to do what we have been talking about. I will never give up. I love you so much kp. And will miss you, but I know in my heart . You are safe, in his arms . Soaring above . Till we meet again.

    Danielle holderith
  2. Thank you for being the Genuine person that you are, we all found it easy to gravitate towards you, and your laughter. Your personality always made us feel better after spending time with you. You will be missed and remembered; you have inspired us all to be more open to others never knowing how much a small amount of time can impact someone. Thank you for your stories, time and friendship.

  3. You were a father to me everything i ever learn it was cause of you. No one ever could be more certain than you my is better because I’ve heard every advise you gave me the time we share i always will have it in my heart you were and always will be my best friend. Love you man. Thank you. Kp.

    Oscar Melendez
  4. So sorry for the passing of Kerry he was a great person. I worked with him for sometime while working in Dickinson a the Country Club. He was the best Chef around…Be cooking for Jesus now!! He helped me out when I needed some help back then he was a true friend and co worker.

    Alisa Kirkpatrick Espitia
  5. so sorry for your loss a true friend, I used to work with him at the Dickinson Country Club, what a great guy. Thanks Kerry will miss u


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