Kathy Feinstein Memorial
Kathy Feinstein was a fantastic friend, a devoted daughter, a fun-loving sister, a thoughtful mother, a self-less grandmother, and a loving, warm-hearted wife.
Kathy was the eldest of three children. After high school, she decided to attend college in Boston where she met Steve, her future husband of almost 40 years. During that time, Kathy and Steve went on many adventures exploring the world, especially from the cabin of a charging locomotive (She loved trains)!
Together, they also built a family with two passionate, beautiful, and strong women, Bethany and Hillary. Her two daughters were her world, and she was excited to see both of them become mothers themselves.
Kathy loved being a grandmother to grand-daughter Elia. Together they roamed several HEBs for tortillas and buddy bucks. Elia loved spending time with her Grams at the DoSeum and San Antonio Zoo, and going out to lunch with Grams and Gramps.
Steve and Kathy were partners in everything, even in music. They met in college in choir and sang together all her life. Kathy was a staple of her church choir for over 30 years. Together they sang with the Merrie Court Singers, The Tim and Bob Show and later Steve and Kathy formed the band Fein Tuned. She played bass guitar, but her best instrument was her voice. When you listened to her sing, you could feel the true emotion of any song.
Her latest adventure was working part-time at the San Antonio Zoo. She loved giving tours especially to elementary aged children and telling them all about the animals.
Aside from music, Kathy's other passion was definitely theatre. She was at her happiest when she was acting or singing on a stage in front of an audience. It was one of her many gifts to the world. She loved meeting every actor in every show she attended and giving them a hug.
Kathy was never shy to meet new people in any environment. Whether at the theatre or at a Fein Tuned gig, she made sure that everyone she was around felt comfortable, loved, and happy.
In lieu of flowers, the Feinstein Family request that donations be made in Kathy's name to the Woodlawn Theatre.