Kadin, Eleanor Louise

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November 8, 1946 - May 27, 2018

Kadin, Eleanor Louise

Eleanor Louise Kadin, also known as “Kris”, 71, passed away peacefully on Sunday, May 27, 2018. Born November 8, 1946 in Fort George Wright, Washington, she was the daughter of the late Morris and Mary Kadin.

Kris grew up in Santa Cruz, California where she graduated from Santa Cruz High School and later graduated from the University of Santa Barbara with a Bachelor’s degree. She worked in the social services field for the State of California for over 40 years, and moved to Allen, Texas in 2014 to be closer to family.

She was a loving mother, daughter, and friend. Always outspoken, she loved making people laugh and was very outgoing. She enjoyed a good buffet and would always wear her favorite Crocs to match her outfits.

She is survived by her daughter, Alycia, her son-in-law, Johnathan, her granddaughter, Jaida, her favorite canine, Chewbacca “Chewy”, her two sisters, Verline and Ja’Net, her brother-in-law, Robert, her lifelong friends and extended family.

A “Celebration of Life” Service will be conducted at 10:00 AM on Wednesday, June 6, 2018 at Aria Funeral Home 19310 Preston Road Dallas Texas 75252.

“While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal.” (2 Corinthians 4:18)

Arrangements under the direction of;
ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75252
214 306 6700

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Glen Brooks

June 08, 2018 4:10PM

Have known Kris for nearly 40 years. Was her boss for some of the time, if anyone could ever be her boss.
She was wonderful and caring, and always a ton of fun too.
Glad she called me a few months ago.
She is missed.


Jennifer

June 08, 2018 3:31PM

I am so sorry to hear of the your loss. Death is truly an enemy. (1 Cor 15:26) However, this verse contains the hope that we all look forward to when this enemy “will be brought to nothing.” Until that time, be assured that your pain is shared by many, including God, who makes the promise to “swallow up death in victory”. (Isaiah 25:8) May this hope comfort you in your time of grief.


Bree Coleman and family

June 07, 2018 1:56AM

Our deepest condolences to the family and so sorry for your loss.But now she is a beautiful Angel watching over you now.Time will heal but memories last forever.💖😇


Ja'net L Wall

June 06, 2018 10:24PM

Most sisters grow up together and share scraped knees, clothes, tears, music and everything else. Kris and I didn't grow up together. We met when I was 21 and she was 29....long story

Even though we grew up in different homes, we were the same in many ways...both of us were awesome dancers, we both made people laugh and we could tell stories till the cows came home. When we first met, she flew up to Santa Cruz from N. Hollywood and took me over to her Mother's house to meet the woman who had given me up for adoption. Kris was always very "outspoken" and assertive. LOL

We shared photos of each other growing up and we looked so much alike at different ages. We had gone to the same Junior and High Schools and some teachers had even asked me if I had an older sister. As far as I had known until 1976, I was the older sister in my family.

So many memories of crazy things we did together in those early days and years. She is probably the only person who could embarrass me and she did many, many times.

We were close in the early years then we grew apart with jobs and moves to other States. We stayed in touch but never had that same initial connection.

When Kris moved to Texas to be closer to her daughter and granddaughter I had mixed feelings. Somehow over the years she had changed her political views and for every endorsement for her party, I had just the opposite view. As much as I would protest that we weren't alike, we were more alike than not.

I wish I had spent more time with her, listening to her stories..God knows she lived a very interesting life and drug me into some interesting situations. Every Christmas she would call with her demented Santa and on Thanksgiving she would do the crazy turkey.

Kris, you will be missed. I told you while you were in the hospital that I would be here for Alycia and Jaida and I will do whatever I can for them. Rest in peace and please don't do anything to get 86'd from Heaven. I a proud to be your sister.