Barbara Faye LeStourgeon, 75, of Bandera, passed away on Friday, Feb. 28 in Bandera, Texas.
She was born in Comfort, Texas to Frederick Louis Flach and Erna Boerner Flach on June 16, 1944.
She went to school in Bandera, Texas.
Barbara worked for the Bandera Independent School district for 37 years as a paraprofessional and business administrator. Her tenure there was from 1970 to 2000 when she retired.
Barbara was also involved in the Little League organization for many years. She assisted the Southern Region program in local and regional positions, including being district administrator from 1981 until 2019. Her local participation started many years before her commitment to the region.
Barbara volunteered her services for over 52 years for her own children and for many others in Bandera and surrounding counties. Her dedication to the community was shown through this organization in leaps and bounds.
Barbara is preceded in death by her parents Freddie and Erna Flach.
Barbara is survived by her children Craig and Lica LeStourgeon, Heath and Ginger LeStourgeon, Lance and Tara LeStourgeon, Bart and LaCrecia LeStourgeon and Sylvia Antes; brother Freddie Glenn Flach and sister Bernice Cowset.
Also surviving are grandchildren Becky and Ruben Suddaby, Megon LeStourgeon, Aubrey and Sheena LeStourgeon, Ryan Long, Ryan Casburn, Logan LeStourgeon, Mason LeStourgeon, Carl LeStourgen, Chelsea LeStourgeon, Sammy Bradford, Tia Williams, Brittany LeStourgeon, Zach and Candace LeStourgeon, Madi LeStourgeon, Breanna, Lauren and Zach Hollingsworth, Levi and Meagan Tuttle, Bryce Collins, Taylor LeStourgeon, Landon LeStourgeon, and Jack Antes; and great-grandchildren Sawyer, McKenzie, Carter, Cassi, Kaylee, Teagan, Logan, Sammy, Sylas and Tessa.
Visitation was held at 9 a.m. Thursday, March 5, 2020, at Grimes Funeral Chapels, Bandera, Texas.
Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Thursday, March 5, 2020, at Grimes Funeral Chapels, Bandera, Texas, with burial following at St. Christopher’s Episcopal Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Lupe Fernandez, Trine Fernandez, Bobby Clark, Jim Parker, Bo Mansfield and Bryan Vey.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that memorials be given to any local Little League of your choice in the county. Medina, Bandera, and Pipe Creek are all programs that Barbara worked to help build for so many years.