Jennifer Luna Keith
May 27, 1979 – December 14, 2017
Jennifer Luna Keith, 38, of College Station, passed away on Thursday, December 14, 2017 in College Station. Her family will receive guests during visiting hours from 6 to 8 pm, Thursday, December 21, 2017 at Momentum Church, 1216 Beck Street in Bryan. Her Life Tribute Service will begin at 11am, Friday, December 22, 2017 at the church. Interment will follow in Bryan City Cemetery. Life Tribute Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers Bryan-College Station.
Jennifer was born to her parents John and Deborah Galindo Luna on May 27, 1979 in Bryan. She shared a very special relationship with her sisters that will continue even in death. Jennifer was one of five daughters to their parents. The joy and love the family shared is immeasurable. Jennifer loved her two nieces Sophia, Serena, and her goddaughter Zoey as her own children. Her uncle Adam was very inspirational to her in life. Jennifer was employed with CHI – St. Joseph Regional Health Centers, before her health prevented her from working, in Medical Records and other areas of health care at St. Joseph. She leaves behind her most beloved pet dog Titan Allowicious Keith. She was a member of the former Sanctuary of Praise Church from early childhood and now Momentum Church BCS. The Luna family has been active members of the Momentum Church Choir and Music Ministry for many years.
Her parents, John and Deborah Galindo Luna; her grandparents Norberto Galindo, Esiquel and Delores Torres Luna, all precede her in death.
Jennifer leaves behind her husband better known as her Paddington Bear Martin Keith; her step-children, Jared Evin Keith, Brionna-Olivia Houseman, Nicolas Jacob Ryan Keith, and Travis McLovin Keith; her sisters, Jessica and husband Guillermo Gamboa, Leticia G. Luna, Amanda and her husband Marce Martinez, Elaine and husband Robert Contreras; her uncles Adam Luna, Robert and wife Delma Galindo, Joe and Rosie Galindo, and Humberto Galindo; her aunts Zulema and husband Gilbert Casares, Yolanda Galindo, Maggie and husband Gene Carney; her beloved two nieces Sophia Lola Martinez and Serena Reign Martinez; her nephew Louis Gamboa; her goddaughter Zoey Isbella Sterling; her grandmother Olivia Galindo; and other relatives and her church family.
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