Mary Catherine Harris-Teague

Mary Catherine (Cathy) Harris-Teague, of Amarillo, passed away on October 2, 2021, surrounded by close family, friends, and her children.  Cathy was 58 years old.  She was born in Gainesville, Texas in 1963 to Jimmy Wayne and Lorena Ann (Hughes) Harris. In 2014, Cathy married Kenneth Jaramillo.

A Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 9, 2021, at Lighthouse Funeral Chapel, 3707 Wolflin Ave. in Amarillo.

Cathy spent a good chunk of her youth in that area and the Texas panhandle.  For the majority of her life, Cathy was a mom, and homemaker.  She enjoyed, took pride in, and was a very good at a variety of crafts from drawing, painting, sewing, crocheting, and sculpting.  Cathy had even been featured on local news for pumpkin carving.  She also had a passion for gardening, cooking, and baking decorative cakes for parties and events.  Cathy thoroughly enjoyed hosting parties and events for the joy it brought out in others.

Cathy is survived by her husband, Kenneth Jaramillo; her sons, Danny and wife Joshalyn, of Plainview, Texas, Timmy, of Taos, New Mexico, and Mark and wife Jami, of Amarillo; her daughter, Loren and spouse Kelly, of Borger, Texas; four grandchildren, Malila, Layla, Briella, and Cody.  She is also survived by many extended family and friends.

5 Comments

  1. Timothy Teague

    Cathy made the holidays very special and fun with her many talents but her greatest accomplishment was her 4 kids. She will be missed dearly.

  2. Rodney Clifton

    Out of all of us kids, my sister got the bulk of our mom’s talents. She amazed me with her pumpkin carvings. And she could sew really well. She’s going to be missed and remembered by many, especially her kids. I know she was very proud of them and loved them dearly.

  3. Pam Soliz

    I had the pleasure of knowing Cathy through her son and daughter-in-law, Danny and Joshalyn. The last encounter with her was at her youngest grandson’s 1st birthday party. She was a pleasant person and was proud of her grandchildren. A life cut way to short.

  4. Jerry & Janie Hensley

    We live on the same block as Cathy and Kenneth but we had only become acquainted with them over the past couple of years. Cathy was a kind hearted, generous woman who loved Kenneth and her household pets. She had many talents and one thing that we will never forget is her smile, her laugh and her ability to make the best of an unpleasant situation. We will miss her dearly.

  5. Janie Hensley

    Cathy was our neighbor & we loved her. She was a very gracious person. I still remember her saving, it will be my pleasure. I volunteered with homeless children & she helped me- providing used clothing for our back to school give away, baked goods for our parties, and she had planned to make winter caps for our Christmas party for our homeless/needy children. She also made gifts for the homeless ladies when we had our annual Mother’s Day party. I am going to miss her giving spirit, her sweet smile, and her funny laugh.

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