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Edith Varue Hundley

San Antonio, Texas

Edith Varue Hundley


⸻In Loving Memory of Edie Hundley


Edith Va Rue (Westervelt) Hundley was welcomed into the world in San Antonio, Texas, on February 15, by her late parents, Fern and Durwood Westervelt.


To us, she was simply Mom. She and Dad, John Hundley, met at Jefferson High School. From there, they embarked on a remarkable journey of love that spanned over six decades. Together, they raised children, cared for cats, collected Texas antiques, enjoyed hunting, and cherished their life outdoors. Mom found joy in Dad's happiness.


If asked about her proudest achievements, she'd likely highlight her family, her role in building and decorating their beloved log home, and her dedication as John's wife. Mom had a deep passion for Texas's native flora. Her spacious wildscaped yard was a testament to this love, bursting with bluebonnets, laurel trees, and a variety of native plants.


Remembered for her witty sense of humor—often signing off texts with "LOCL" (little old cat lady)—and her genuine warmth as a friend, Mom left a lasting impression. She was a beacon of light in her community, from her days at Coker United Methodist Church in the '70s to her involvement with Medina Valley Methodist Church in Castroville during the early '80s, not forgetting her cherished Norland Street neighbors and colleagues at Joskees at North Star Mall and Rainbow Gardens.


Her absence will be deeply felt by her beloved family and the myriad of lives she touched alongside Dad through their shared passion for Texas pottery and primitive antiques. 


Edie is lovingly remembered by her husband, John Hundley; daughters, Dena Lackey (Sean) and Denise Robson (Doug); grandchildren, Frank Robson and Aiden Robinson; sisters and brothers-in-law, numerous nieces, and nephews, including her beloved niece Debbie Westervelt Randal and her neighbors for 40 years Robert and Debbie Hundley, and all their extended families.


She was preceded in death by her parents, Durward and Fern Westervelt, and brother Gideon Westervelt. 

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