SORENSON, Kathleen Moore (Moss)
Kathleen Sorenson, 93, of College Station, passed away on Tuesday, August 10, 2010 in Bryan. Burial is set for 9.30 a.m. Friday, August 13, 2010 at Klein Memorial Park, 32539 SH 249, in Tomball, Texas. An 11 a.m. memorial service will follow at Klein Funeral Home (Cy-Fair Northwest), 9719 Wortham in Houston, Texas.
Kathleen Sorenson was born in Lingleville, Texas, April 24, 1917 to Mathew Carl Moss and Alatha Jane Whitaker Moss. She attended high school and college at John Tarleton State College in Stephenville, Texas. She later attended Oklahoma College for Women in Chickasha, Oklahoma.
She married Norman Moore, a graduate of Daniel Baker University, and he served as a high school teacher and coach after graduation. Norman was a veteran of World War II. He worked 39 years for International Harvester Company where they lived in Texas, Oklahoma, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas and Louisiana. Upon retirement, they moved to Houston to be near their daughter, Norma Jane and grandson, Mark Moore.
Kathleen was a homemaker and enjoyed traveling with her family. She traveled extensively to Hawaii, England, France, Germany and Italy. Norman died in 1986, and Kathleen later married Romey Sorenson. Kathleen was a first cousin of Romey's first wife, Mary Mae, who died in 1985. They moved to College Station where she was a member of A&M Church of Christ for the past twenty-two years. Her husband Romey passed away in 2008.
Survivors include her daughter, Norma Jane McCain of Houston; step daughter, Sallye Henderson and husband, Buck, of College Station; step son- in -law, Warren Dillard of Los Angeles; brother- in -law, Doyle Moore and wife, Tillie, of College Station; grandchildren, Mark Moore and wife, Michelle, of Houston, Blake Dillard of Los Angeles, Suzanna Henderson Cooper and husband, Matt, of Fort Worth, Brad Henderson and wife, Melanie, of Fort Worth; great-grandchildren, Grace Moore of Conroe, Bennett and Kate Cooper of Fort Worth, Grady Henderson of Fort Worth.
The family extends their thanks and appreciation to Dr. David Hackethorn, the staff of Hudson Creek Alzheimer's Special Care Center and Hospice Brazos Valley for their care and compassion.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to A&M Church of Christ, 2475 Earl Rudder Freeway South, College Station, TX 77845 or, Bammel Church of Christ, 2700 FM 1960 Road West, Houston, Texas 77068.