Patricia Ann Kimball Hargrove, 72, of Seabrook, Texas went to be with our Heavenly Father on July 16, 2015 after a brief and unexpected illness. Pat was born the only daughter of Neal and Ora Dell Kimball, on December 11, 1942 at Hermann Memorial Hospital in Houston, Texas. Pat was a lifelong Houstonian and attended Sam Houston High School and San Jacinto College. She was employed for Tennessee Gas which later became Tenneco as a secretary in the credit union and later worked for Harris County Precinct 2. She retired from the county as an Administrative Assistant to Commissioner Jim Fonteno. She was the editor of the county newsletter, Two's News. Pat was an active member of First Baptist Church Pasadena, attending Sunday School and working in Guest Relations on Sunday nights. She was previously a Sunday School Teacher and active member of University Baptist Church and enjoyed teaching the word of God to youth. Pat was a serving member of various organizations including overseeing several committees with Lunar Rendezvous in 1984-1985, Chairman of the Sunrise Service in 1990 and Hospitality Co-Chairman in 2002. She served as an officer on the Bay Area Museum Guild, was a member of the Nassau Bay Garden Club, and was a Chairman for the Senior Citizens Black and White Ball for Precinct 2 Senior Citizens. She was also a member of the Seabrook Association and was a supporter of the Friends of Evelyn Meador Library. Her volunteer work was varied and extensive. In 1964, Pat married Jim B. Hargrove in Houston, Texas at North Houston Missionary Baptist Church on Bowman Road. They have one daughter, Suzanne and 3 grandchildren and 5 furry best friends. Pat was preceded in death by her parents Neal Kimball and Ora Dell Kimball, her brother, Ronald Alan Kimball, and her mother-in-law Rena Hargrove. She is survived by her husband Jim Hargrove, her daughter Suzanne Hargrove Currier and husband Jeff, her grandchildren Alyssa Hargrove, Samantha Ibarra, and James Hargrove, all of Seabrook, Texas. A Celebration of Life will be held in the Chapel at First Baptist Church Pasadena, 7500 Fairmont Parkway, at 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 22, with Dr. Charles Redmond officiating. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), Friends of the Evelyn Meador Library, Seabrook, or Bay Area Pet Adoptions.