Anne CATER 1969 - 2015 | Obituary | Condolences Anne CATER Obituary CATER, Anne Anne Elizabeth Tomson Cater was born to Frank and Joan Tomson in Cincinnati, Ohio, April 14, 1969.
She joined Heaven's Angels May 9th, 2015. After several family moves, home became Dallas, Texas. Anne graduated from Richardson High School in 1987. She became a UT Longhorn, then
transferred and graduated from North Texas University in Denton, in 1991. Her business degree led to her employment with Computerland, En Pointe, Dell, PCM, and Invenio over the next 24 years.
Anne is survived by Kerry West Cater; daughter, Kendyl Whitney and son, Karson (K.C.) Walker Cater, who were the pride and joy of Anne's life. Other survivors are her parents, Frank and Joan Tomson of Austin;
mother-in-law, Sylvia Garza Cater of Runge; brothers, Steve (Tracy) Tomson of Plano and Mike (Michelle) of Flower Mound. Her love for her nieces was insurmountable. They are Bailey Anne, Lindsay Sarah, Chase Elizabeth, Sophie
Rose and Tessa Clair Tomson. Anne was loved by her aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends. A celebration of Anne's life will be held at 11:00 a.m., Friday, May 22, 2015, at Hill Country Bible Church Northwest, Cedar Park, Texas.
In lieu of flowers, the family would like donations in Anne's name to CPYL.
Our CPYL family is beyond saddened by the news of the recent passing of former board member, Brian Naab. Brian served on the Board of Directors for seven years (primarily in the roles of VP of Operations and President).
He was very instrumental in the CPYL expansion project in 2010, managed the Raiders select baseball team, and also umpired during his tenure at LCP/CPYL. Another former board member could not have summed it up any better.
“Brian changed CPYL immeasurably for the better. He was a great coach, umpire and all around fine man”. Brian went on to assist the pre-freshman baseball team and athletic booster club at Rouse High School.
He was very passionate about the game of baseball and more importantly about helping the kids of his community. Our thoughts and prayers are with Carey, Marissa and Braden and the rest of Brian’s family during this unimaginable time.
At the family’s request, we have set up the following link for donations to be made to CPYL in Brian's name. Rest in peace, Brian. You will be missed by many dear friend.