Rita Kay Aycoth Danek

Danek - WebRita Kay Aycoth Danek, 56, passed away peacefully in her home in League City, after a bravely fought battle with Non Hodgkins Lymphoma.  Rita was born in Weimar, Texas on July 7, 1960 to Charlie and Agnes Aycoth. She graduated from Alvin High School in 1978 and attended Alvin Community College. Rita worked in accounting for many years and worked as Corporate Controller for Watergate Yachting Center for the last 12 years. She enjoyed spending time with their grandchildren and photography. Rita is survived by her husband John A. Danek, her daughter Angela Mallatt-Guillen and husband Ramiro Guillen, her siblings Peggy and Charles Brady, Janice and James Turner, Sandra and Arthur Bryce, Eunice and Fred Valdez,  Andrew and Michelle Aycoth, Patsy and Don Ceccacci, and John’s children Cheryl Lee Birch, John and Ranay Danek, and Robert and Heather Danek, as well as grandchildren, Zachary, Jillian, Tony, Nicholas, Hannah, Nathan, Jillian Jacob, Lauren, and Sophia, all of whom she loved dearly. Rita is preceded in death by her parents Charlie and Agnes Aycoth and her brother Charlie E. Aycoth Jr. The family will receive friends and family on Saturday, September 17, 2016 at 1:00 at Crowder Funeral Home in Webster, Texas and the memorial service will be held at 2:00 at Crowder Funeral Home in Webster, Texas.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations  may be made to Up the Street Club 508 W NASA Pkwy, Webster, TX 77598


  1. We will always love Rita. She fought the good fight until she had to let go. It is without a doubt the Lord has a bright new Angel in his kingdom! God Bless you!

    Dan Henn
  2. I miss you and your giving spirit Aunt Rita

    Heather Shain
  3. Though I miss you everyday I know your looking down from heaven watching over us! Love you Mommasita!!!

  4. My heart is heavy as I absorb the loss of my dear friend Rita. I can still hear her soft, beautiful voice asking a very rational question or sharing something she has researched thoroughly. I know of no other friend more honest, caring, I”informed”, por down-to-earth and accepting of where others might be. She was always curious about people, how they think, and why they do what they do. Always open minded. So pure, sincere, “in the present moment”. I have loved her authenticity, her expansion of thought to what may be possible. She was an amazing warrior in her fight with cancer and persevered always. My love for her enriched my life and I will always miss her calm, rational, honest voice. I love and miss you Rita,

    Donna Henn
  5. I just saw this in paper I am so sorry for the family me and Rita worked together and went to school together at Dairy Queen with her mom Agnes loved them both and think of her often I didn’t even know she was sick… prayers to family and you are in my thoughts and prayers!

    Debbie Covington

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