Eulalie Climer Kindt


Eulalie Climer Kindt, age 102, of Ballston Spa, NY, died of old age at Brookdale Assisted Living in Ithaca, NY on September 8, 2021. Eulalie was born on April 18, 1919 in Hillsboro, Texas, the daughter of Will and Effie (Swindoll) Climer and was baptized at the Hillsboro Church of Christ at age 16. She graduated from Hillsboro Junior College in 1938. On November 24, 1943, she married Henry George Kindt of Albany, NY at the Central Church of Christ in Temple, TX. After the war, the Kindts made their home in the Capital District area of New York. They worshipped at First Baptist Church of Ballston Spa since 1979.

Eulalie graduated Magna cum Laude from the College of St. Rose and was a teacher at Latham Ridge School in North Colonie. In retirement, her activities included creating and arranging music for the mountain dulcimer and she was a founding member of the Dulcimer Association of Albany. She was also an ESL tutor with Literacy Volunteers, assisted by her husband Henry. She was a loyal, loving, devoted wife.

Eulalie was predeceased by her husband of 62 years, Henry; two sisters, Melrose Meador and Doris Nell Wilson, and five brothers, Durward, James, John, Thomas and Bill Climer. She is survived by two daughters, Cheryl Kindt of Binghamton and Lisa Kindt of Latham; one granddaughter, Tanya Brozost (Andrew) Paine of Ithaca; one grandson, Adam J. (Kristina) Brozost of Darmstadt, Germany; one great-grandson, David Brozost of Darmstadt, Germany; nephews, Kurt Andress of Ballston Spa, Eric Andress of Leesburg, VA, niece, Katherine Andress of Burnt Hills, nephew, David of Ballston Spa and several grandnieces and nephews.

We will celebrate her new birth at 11am Tuesday, September 14th at Armer Funeral Home, Inc., 39 East High Street, Ballston Spa. A calling hour will precede the service from 10 – 11am at the funeral home. Facemasks will be required. Burial will follow at Memory Gardens, 983 Watervliet Shaker Road, Colonie.

Guest Book

Susan Trump

I'm so happy that I was able to be with you for Eulalie's memorial service. It was a perfect send off for her and was so touching to hear her family speak of her long and wonderful life. I got to know her through the Dulcimer Association of Albany, where she contributed her creative spirit and many lovely original songs and arrangements. We play her music still, and I know she is listening. Eulalie was someone who gave so much to so many. She will be greatly missed. My condolences and prayers will be with her family in this time of transition for them.

Colleen White Koniszewski

Dear Cheryl and family, Please accept my deepest condolences on the loss of your mother. You were certainly blessed to have such a long time with her in your lives. May God watch over her and bring you all peace. I am sure your memories of all her will be with you always. My parents too were of her generation, that “greatest generation”. They don’t make them like that any more. We were blessed to have been raised by them and learn from them.
Your former classmate, Colleen White Koniszewski, Port St Lucie, Florida