Dalinda Sue Starr

February 16, 1953October 3, 2020

Dalinda Sue Starr was born in Houston, Texas on February 16, 1953 and passed away in Tomball, Texas on October 3, 2020. Delinda was a lifelong resident of the Houston area. She was one of seven siblings and the youngest daughter of Dorothy Reherd.

Dalinda grew up on Houston’s north side attending Sam Houston High School. At an early age, she found employment with the Houston Police Department as a dispatcher. After a few years of dispatching, she entered the police academy and became an officer with Houston Park Police. Dalinda also owned and operated a bookstore in Tomball. She was also an accomplished painter, donating several pieces to local charities.

Dalinda met Dan Starr and the couple married on April 15, 1992 and had one son, Jacob. Dalinda took as her own, Matt and Danielle from Dan’s previous marriage. Making sure her family enjoyed themselves at family gatherings is what brought Dalinda the most joy.

Left to cherish her memory is her Husband Dan Starr; Sons, Jacod Starr and fiancé Molly MacPhail, Matthew Starr and wife Carrie; Daughter, Danielle Dodson and husband Larry; her precious Grandchildren, Tyler Stone, Whittley Davidson and husband Bryan, Keeli Machacek and Ian Starr; Brothers, Terry Schelski and wife Cindy, Kirk Reherd, Ronnie Reherd and Dusty Reherd; Sisters Doraline Moore and husband Bruce, Diane Ogg and Husband Danny.

A Memorial Service celebrating Dalinda’s life will be held at 12:00 PM on Saturday, October 31, 2020 at Champion Cowboy Church, 27633 FM 1488 in Hockley, Texas 77447.


31 October

Memorial Service

12:00 pm

Champion Cowboy Church

27633 FM 1488
Hockley, TX 77447


Dalinda Sue Starr

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Steve and Norma Adkins

October 21, 2020

Steve and I used to meet Dee and Dan for breakfast at Jack in the Box on Saturdays. We sat there for hours laughing and sharing stories but mostly laughing. We had such a great time. We will always remember Dee as caring, kind and spunky. She will be missed. Our deepest sympathies to Dan and family.

Matthew Starr

October 17, 2020

I am thankful that you came into our lives many years ago. I enjoy looking back at the times we had together. Thanks for keeping our bellys full with good food. And yes, I would have liked to see you on Wheel of Fortune. You made that little homestead on Mellman rd. a beautiful place to be. Thank you for being in my life. Love you mom and I will truly miss you.


October 15, 2020

So sorry for your loss. May GOD give you and your family the strength to endure. Be Bless and remember GOD got you.

Whittley Davidson

October 14, 2020

Dear Grandma (Dee)
Whenever I visit Texas, your presence will be missed. You are definitely a one of a kind woman. I remember whenever we would drive around in the truck, you always had a book out trying to read.. ( I remember taking note of that because I hate reading)
I remember our walks up the drive to that bush that had berries when I was a little girl. And you’d make it into a berry cobbler.
One day you made a salad with berries, nuts and used a sweet raspberry dressing. We had it one night and I LOVED it so I remember you made it again for me. I haven’t had it since then up until this week. When I was thinking about you it started sounding really good so I made it!
I remember you LOVED watching Mash and Frasier. I’d watch it with you, surprisingly I did enjoy watching Mash.
I remember Grandpa sleeping on the couch so I could sleep with you and we watch “you’ve got mail” and you would turn on water nature sounds on your radio.
You taught me how to play solitaire and you surprised me with how good you were with guessing the phrases on Wheel of Fortune.
You also made me a hand made doll (I wish I would’ve taken better care of it, and had it now)
I remember you taking me into town to get me something, I remember we had the best conversation. I enjoyed talking with you.
I remember watching you& Grandpa goof around at the table and he’d always call you “woman”
Grandpa really loves you. He built that house for you and I think that’s the most beautiful gesture. I know it’s gonna be hard for Grandpa and the family without you being here. I’m gonna do my best to be there for him! As much as I can be being in another state.
The list goes on!
As I write this, and as I’ve thought about you lately. I realized the impact you definitely had on my life. Your presence will be missed.

With love,
Whittley ❤️

Barbra Trammell

October 13, 2020

Mrs Starr was a wonderful lady! My condolences to the family. May she rest in peace

Dusty Reherd

October 11, 2020

Dear Sister
I will always appreciate all the moments we shared growing up.
The camping trips ,deer hunting with mom sitting by the camp fire at night roasting marshmallows
staying up late playing ur favorite game ,spades and rummy.And I will always love you .You will be greatly missed ,the World was a better place with u in it and it's hurts knowing your no longer in it.
I will see u again and I will cherish all the moments we shared until we meet again. Rest in peace my beloved sister I love you and miss u always.Always ur little brother

Jeannine Miller

October 11, 2020

Dalinda, you were my oldest and dearest friend. We met in the HPD Dispatchers office in 1976 and have been friends since. You were in my wedding and I was at yours. You were the sweetest, most giving person I knew. I love you and miss you dearly. My heart goes out to Jake and Dan and your family.

Dan Starr

October 11, 2020

Dee, you are still loved and greatly missed. Life is just not the same without you. Thanks for being the love of my life!


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