Kirsten “Kris” June Wirth

Kirsten ‘Kris’ June Wirth, 61, of Galveston County Texas passed away peacefully surrounded by family on January 30, 2023.

Kirsten was born September 13th, 1961 in Kingston NY. She spent most of her childhood growing up in and around West Hurley. Kris was a graduate of Onteora HS 1979, was a part of the Onteroa HS flagline, and performed in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. If there was a stage, Kirsten would be on it. She was quite the performer and could put on a show. She loved to sing, dance and play the piano. A woman of many talents, whose smile was super contagious. Kirsten was also a lead vocalist that performed on the Pacific Cruise Line and brought joy to many passengers. She was known for having an incredible sense of humor. To say fashion was a passion is an understatement. Kirsten graduated with a degree in radiography from Houston Mainland Hospital and worked as the head technician / supervisor of her unit in the Women’s Hospital of Texas. She was a home health care aid, professional organizer and pet sitter. She loved to crochet, craft, color, and play card games. She had a fierce love for her pup Cody and loved to take him on walks and car rides.

Kirsten is predeceased by her parents, June E. Swart, William B. Swart and her siblings Donna Naccarato and Wallace Swart.

She is survived by her siblings Dennis and Suzanne Yankowski, Darlene Foucher, Dale Chase, Douglas Yankowski, Blake and Robert Swart, Ragan and Kyle Graves, Stacy and Monty Weeks and Marcus and Gina Swart. Nieces and nephews Charles Edward Naccarato, Perry Naccarato, Denise Yankowski, Katherine Yankowski, Jennifer Warns, DevonRose Yankowski, Chase Graves, Taylor Graves, R Zachary Weeks, Faith Weeks and Tyler Swart.

A visitation will  be held on Saturday, February 4, 2023 from  1:00pm to 2:oopm at Crowder Funeral Home, 851 FM 517 Rd. W. in Dickinson, Texas with a memorial service to follow.

Reception to follow at the home of Blake Swart, 4934 Chase Stone Dr. Bacliff TX 77518.



  1. I am so sorry for your loss. Kris was a beautiful woman inside & out. The love & compassion she showed other women is forever in our hearts! Don’t forget she always had some sort of joke to go along with that love! Her humor and love will be forever missed. Until we meet again…..

    Rosemary Bell
  2. Kris was special. No matter how bad things would get, she always managed a smile. A friend to many and a stranger to none. She will be greatly missed.

    Jimmy Smith

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