From Steve Feinstein
Family and friends,
We have made arrangements for Kathy's memorial service. It will be held next Saturday, September 1st at 2PM at the First UU Church in San Antonio. Please read the details below and let us know if you have any questions.
First off, Kathy would want everyone to celebrate her life and be comfortably dressed at the service. Please dress nicely but not formally (no suits or ties) and please do not wear black. We also request that everyone come wearing a shade of purple as it was her favorite and signature color.
Everyone has asked us how they can help and where to send flowers. In lieu of flowers, we are asking for donations to be made to the Woodlawn Theatre, Kathy's favorite theater in San Antonio. You can make your donations here: http://www.woodlawntheatre.org/kathy-feinstein-memorial. There should be a bio of Kathy up there soon, and please mention her name when you donate.
Kathy loved cats. An item we need help with is finding a new home for two of the cats. If you or someone you know would like a cat, please send me a private message.
If you would like to send a card, please send to the following addresses below.
Steve Feinstein: 3739 Colter Rd, San Antonio, TX 78247
Bethany Feinstein: 1901 East 51st Street, Austin, 78723
Hillary Romero: 10503 Sonora Sunset, San Antonio, TX 78239
Saturday, September 1st at 2:00PM
First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Antonio
7150 I-10, San Antonio, TX 78213
Near Steve's house:
Hampton Inn San Antonio Northwoods
Near the church:
Embassy Suites by Hilton San Antonio NW IH10
Please share as you see fit.
Steve, Hillary and Bethany
Lewis H. Richmond, M.D.
April 6, 1934 - August 19, 2018
Beloved husband, father, grandfather, and respected colleague, Lewis H. Richmond, M.D. passed away on Sunday, August 19, 2018. As a child he attended #49 middle school in Baltimore, MD. He completed his undergraduate degree and medical school at the University of Maryland, College Park. He was an intern at Brooke Army Medical Center, and completed his residency at Walter Reed General Hospital in Washington, D.C. For 13 years, he proudly served in the US Air Force as a Flight Surgeon and Physician, and achieved the rank of Major.
Among his many accomplishments, Dr. Richmond was Board Certified in Psychiatry/Neurology, was a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology; was in Private Practice of Psychiatry specializing in adolescents; Life Fellow, American Psychiatric Association Fellow, American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry Life Fellow and American Group Psychotherapy Association. Past positions held include: President, Southwestern Group Psychotherapy Society; President and Founder, San Antonio Society for Adolescent Psychiatry; President and Director Training, San Antonio Group Psychotherapy Society; Coordinator of Group Services at the Community Guidance Center of Bexar County. Dr. Richmond was a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
Lew had a passion for local theater and happily participated as an actor and a judge. In later years, he fulfilled his dream of performing stand-up comedy in San Antonio and New York City.
He is preceded in death by his parents, William and Elsie; and his brother, Allen. Lew is survived by his wife, Barbara Richmond; sons: David Richmond and Jon Richmond (Gay Best); daughter, Tory Richmond (Clay Richmond); beloved grandchildren: Kristan Forbis (Jacob) Katie Richmond, Scotty Richmond, Charlie Richmond and Gabi Richmond; and his nephew, Sandy Richmond, along with many dear friends. The family wishes to extend their gratitude to Fernando Lopez, M.D., and the many health care professionals who have lovingly assisted him on his last journey.
Rabbi Aryeh Scheinberg and Rabbi Mara Nathan officiated services. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Lew's memory to the Children's Bereavement Center of San Antonio, 205 W. Olmos Dr., #101, San Antonio, TX 78212 or the Jewish Family Service of San Antonio, Mental Health Care Fund, 12500 NW Military Hwy, #250, San Antonio, TX 78231.
Doris "Judy" Hagen
October 24, 1927 - February 27, 2018
Doris "Judy" Hagen passed away on February 27, 2018 in San Antonio. She was born on October 24, 1927 to Mary Thomason and LaMar Foster on a farm near West Branch, Iowa. Judy attended the University of Iowa and was a proud Hawkeye. She was a dedicated Army wife and mother of five that included two sets of twins born 13 months apart. She taught PE at Fort Sam Houston Elementary for 25 years and was well loved by her students and fellow teachers. Judy was very active in the San Antonio Community, appearing in numerous productions throughout the city, her favorite role was "Bloody Mary" in South Pacific. She was a member of the Conservation Society where she volunteered in Clown Alley at NIOSA for 30 years. Judy was a member of St. Andrews UMC for 50 years and loved singing in the choir. She was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers, LaMar Jr. and Derrold Foster. Judy is survived by her children S. Foster Hagen and his wife, Mary, Michael Hagen and his wife, Theresa, Mark Hagen and his wife, Karen, Susan Mace and her husband, John, and Elizabeth Larsen and her husband, Jay; grandchildren, Alexa Hagen, Phillip Hagen and his wife, Kaylee, Jake Larsen, and Grace Larsen; great grandchildren, Landon Ruggeberg, Heidi Hagen; her two sisters, Mary Jeanette Turnbull and Audrey Rex; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Rev. Michael Crocker officiated. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St Andrews United Methodist Church or San Antonio Conservation Society.
SATCO has the sad duty of informing you of another passing in the theatre community. Ruth Lown was instrumental in establishing our organization and will be sorely missed.
Ruth Diane Lown of San Antonio, Texas, passed away on August 14. Ruth was pre-deceased by her brother David Lown, and by her parents Russell Lown and Lois Horrell Lown. Ruth is survived by her close cousins Barbara Salter Davis (Howard), Julie Salter Gronich (Joseph), and Lawrence Salter (Lois) along with numerous other cousins and dear friends.
Ruth went to the International School in Bangkok Thailand, earned her B.A. from Vanderbilt University, and received her J.D. from the University of Texas. She was a prosecutor with the office of Dallas DA, Henry Wade, and then practiced law in San Antonio for more than 30 years, most of which was with Walter C. Wolff, Jr.
Ruth was a passionate supporter of live theater and was honored by the San Antonio Theater Coalition. She was a tireless worker for Democratic candidates, and was a founding member of Northwest Democrats of Bexar County.
Ruth was a long-time member of SA 100 and a member of the River City Business and Professional Women's Club. Ruth will be remembered for her generous spirit, tenacity, and her strong and loving commitment to family and friends.
Funeral services were graveside at Agudas Achim Memorial Gardens, 1727 Austin Hwy. 78218. Sunday, August 19, 1:30 pm. In lieu of flowers, please send a donation to honor Ruth's memory to www.Agudas-Achim.org or a charity of your choice.
January 26, 1966 - February 19, 2018
A dear friend of the San Antonio Theater Community passed away on Feb. 19. Ryan Bonn was a frequent performer and star on San Antonio stages and appeared on the 'Star Search' TV reality show.
Ryan Keith Bonn, age 52, of Kerrville, passed away on February 19, 2018 at his residence.He was born in San Antonio on January 26, 1966, and adopted by James and Etta P. (Polly) Bonn of San Antonio when he was 10 days old.
Ryan attended University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio and, in 1990, American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA) in New York. He worked as a singer, actor, pianist most of his life and studied voice with Paul Gavert and acting with Betty Buckley among others. Ryan was a genius musician who taught himself to play piano and sight read, and to accompany himself and other singers. In 1994 Ryan won "Star Search" two weeks in a row. He was in musicals Off Broadway, Summer Stock and Regional Theatre, including Tony in WEST SIDE STORY, Jesus in JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, Pippin in PIPPIN, the Tin Man in THE WIZARD OF OZ and Freddie in MY FAIR LADY. nIn Kerrville, Ryan portrayed Frankenfurter, in THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW at Schreiner University, and was Music Director for 9 TO 5 at the Point. Since 2013 Ryan was Music Director for PTBT Productions and played piano and sang in three concerts of "A Diva & A Dude".
Ryan is survived by his parents of Helotes, his 'newly adopted mother' Joan C. Bryson and his dog Roxie of Kerrville, and myriad friends and fans.
An open house memorial will be held and hosted by Joan Bryson at 131 Four Bears Trail, Kerrville, Texas on March 10, 2018 at 2-8 pm. You are invited to come for as long as able. Memorial contributions may be given to ASPCA.
A quote from Jasmina Wellinghoff's review of Ryan's performance at Alamo City Theater at the Josephine in San Antonio perhaps mirrors Ryan's complex and beautiful internal world in that through his songwriting and soul bearing performances he was never afraid to explore "themes of regret, loneliness and fragility of love and life, as he creates intensely resonant ballads that appeal to both the heart and mind."