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Nadejda Groves

April 1, 1947 ~ February 20, 2024 (age 76) 76 Years Old
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Nadejda Groves Obituary

Nadejda Sautina Groves, 76, passed away from this life on February 20, 2024, in Kerrville, TX. She was born on April 1, 1947, in Tehran Persia Russia to her parents, Anna and Vasily Sautina. Nadejda came to the United States when she was 10 years old and lived in East Los Angeles, California. Before settling in Center Point, Nadejda lived in Kerrville, TX for 20 years.

Nadejda was known to those who loved her as Baboo, she was loved by a large family consisting of 9 children, 27 grandchildren, and 16 great-grandchildren. To say she leaves behind a large legacy would be an understatement. Her main occupation was a care giver both in a professional way at the Kerrville State Hospital and when she was a stay-at-home mother to her children. In her free time she loved to play bingo.

Baboo’s favorite thing to do was spend time with her children and grandchildren. If she wasn’t with them, she would be showing her love by making things for them such as sewing clothes and dresses. Baboo also enjoyed collecting personal treasures, whether it be from garage sales, thrift stores, etc., she could find something beautiful in the simplest of items.

She is preceded in death by her husband, James Groves; parents, Anna and Vasily; siblings, Nusa, Nick, Sergei, Julie, and Peter.

Baboo will be remembered by her children, Vasily Diaz, Linda Rodriguez, Natalie Johnson, Michael Martinez, Andrew Martinez, Kevin Anderson, Lydia Anderson, Ollie Bell Stotz, Nadejda Flora, and niece/daughter, Milla Kurnosoff; grandchildren, Kirby, Nicholas, Anthony, Joshua, Jordan, Sasha, Corey, Christan, Hannah, Jacob, Michael Alexander, Gabrielle, Tysie, Michelle, Andrew, Koedi, Jillian, Cameron, Gage, Charlie, Logan, Shane, Colten, Libelle, Kase, Jase (aka T-Rex), Kendra, Hector, Nicole; siblings, Elaina and Feodor; and 16 great- grandchildren.

 

 

 

Nadejda Sautina Groves, 76, passed away from this life on February 20, 2024, in Kerrville, TX. She was born on April 1, 1947, in Tehran Persia Russia to her parents, Anna and Vasily Sautina. Nadejda came to the United States when she was 10 years old and lived in East Los Angeles, California. Before settling in Center Point, Nadejda lived in Kerrville, TX for 20 years.

Nadejda was known to those who loved her as Baboo, she was loved by a large family consisting of 9 children, 27 grandchildren, and 16 great-grandchildren. To say she leaves behind a large legacy would be an understatement. Her main occupation was a care giver both in a professional way at the Kerrville State Hospital and when she was a stay-at-home mother to her children. In her free time she loved to play bingo.

Baboo’s favorite thing to do was spend time with her children and grandchildren. If she wasn’t with them, she would be showing her love by making things for them such as sewing clothes and dresses. Baboo also enjoyed collecting personal treasures, whether it be from garage sales, thrift stores, etc., she could find something beautiful in the simplest of items.

She is preceded in death by her husband, James Groves; parents, Anna and Vasily; siblings, Nusa, Nick, Sergei, Julie, and Peter.

Baboo will be remembered by her children, Vasily Diaz, Linda Rodriguez, Natalie Johnson, Michael Martinez, Andrew Martinez, Kevin Anderson, Lydia Anderson, Ollie Bell Stotz, Nadejda Flora, and niece/daughter, Milla Kurnosoff; grandchildren, Kirby, Nicholas, Anthony, Joshua, Jordan, Sasha, Corey, Christan, Hannah, Jacob, Michael Alexander, Gabrielle, Tysie, Michelle, Andrew, Koedi, Jillian, Cameron, Gage, Charlie, Logan, Shane, Colten, Libelle, Kase, Jase (aka T-Rex), Kendra, Hector, Nicole; siblings, Elaina and Feodor; and 16 great- grandchildren.

Nadejda Sautina Groves, 76, passed away from this life on February 20, 2024, in Kerrville, TX. She was born on April 1, 1947, in Tehran Persia Russia to her parents, Anna and Vasily Sautina. Nadejda came to the United States when she was 10 years old and lived in East Los Angeles, California. Before settling in Center Point, Nadejda lived in Kerrville, TX for 20 years.

Nadejda was known to those who loved her as Baboo, she was loved by a large family consisting of 9 children, 27 grandchildren, and 16 great-grandchildren. To say she leaves behind a large legacy would be an understatement. Her main occupation was a care giver both in a professional way at the Kerrville State Hospital and when she was a stay-at-home mother to her children. In her free time she loved to play bingo.

Baboo’s favorite thing to do was spend time with her children and grandchildren. If she wasn’t with them, she would be showing her love by making things for them such as sewing clothes and dresses. Baboo also enjoyed collecting personal treasures, whether it be from garage sales, thrift stores, etc., she could find something beautiful in the simplest of items.

She is preceded in death by her husband, James Groves; parents, Anna and Vasily; siblings, Nusa, Nick, Sergei, Julie, and Peter.

Baboo will be remembered by her children, Vasily Diaz, Linda Rodriguez, Natalie Johnson, Michael Martinez, Andrew Martinez, Kevin Anderson, Lydia Anderson, Ollie Bell Stotz, Nadejda Flora, and niece/daughter, Milla Kurnosoff; grandchildren, Kirby, Nicholas, Anthony, Joshua, Jordan, Sasha, Corey, Christan, Hannah, Jacob, Michael Alexander, Gabrielle, Tysie, Michelle, Andrew, Koedi, Jillian, Cameron, Gage, Charlie, Logan, Shane, Colten, Libelle, Kase, Jase (aka T-Rex), Kendra, Hector, Nicole; siblings, Elaina and Feodor; and 16 great- grandchildren.

Nadejda Sautina Groves, 76, passed away from this life on February 20, 2024, in Kerrville, TX. She was born on April 1, 1947, in Tehran Persia Russia to her parents, Anna and Vasily Sautina. Nadejda came to the United States when she was 10 years old and lived in East Los Angeles, California. Before settling in Center Point, Nadejda lived in Kerrville, TX for 20 years.

Nadejda was known to those who loved her as Baboo, she was loved by a large family consisting of 9 children, 27 grandchildren, and 16 great-grandchildren. To say she leaves behind a large legacy would be an understatement. Her main occupation was a care giver both in a professional way at the Kerrville State Hospital and when she was a stay-at-home mother to her children. In her free time she loved to play bingo.

Baboo’s favorite thing to do was spend time with her children and grandchildren. If she wasn’t with them, she would be showing her love by making things for them such as sewing clothes and dresses. Baboo also enjoyed collecting personal treasures, whether it be from garage sales, thrift stores, etc., she could find something beautiful in the simplest of items.

She is preceded in death by her husband, James Groves; parents, Anna and Vasily; siblings, Nusa, Nick, Sergei, Julie, and Peter.

Baboo will be remembered by her children, Vasily Diaz, Linda Rodriguez, Natalie Johnson, Michael Martinez, Andrew Martinez, Kevin Anderson, Lydia Anderson, Ollie Bell Stotz, Nadejda Flora, and niece/daughter, Milla Kurnosoff; grandchildren, Kirby, Nicholas, Anthony, Joshua, Jordan, Sasha, Corey, Christan, Hannah, Jacob, Michael Alexander, Gabrielle, Tysie, Michelle, Andrew, Koedi, Jillian, Cameron, Gage, Charlie, Logan, Shane, Colten, Libelle, Kase, Jase (aka T-Rex), Kendra, Hector, Nicole; siblings, Elaina and Feodor; and 16 great- grandchildren.

Nadejda Sautina Groves, 76, passed away from this life on February 20, 2024, in Kerrville, TX. She was born on April 1, 1947, in Tehran Persia Russia to her parents, Anna and Vasily Sautina. Nadejda came to the United States when she was 10 years old and lived in East Los Angeles, California. Before settling in Center Point, Nadejda lived in Kerrville, TX for 20 years.

Nadejda was known to those who loved her as Baboo, she was loved by a large family consisting of 9 children, 27 grandchildren, and 16 great-grandchildren. To say she leaves behind a large legacy would be an understatement. Her main occupation was a care giver both in a professional way at the Kerrville State Hospital and when she was a stay-at-home mother to her children. In her free time she loved to play bingo.

Baboo’s favorite thing to do was spend time with her children and grandchildren. If she wasn’t with them, she would be showing her love by making things for them such as sewing clothes and dresses. Baboo also enjoyed collecting personal treasures, whether it be from garage sales, thrift stores, etc., she could find something beautiful in the simplest of items.

She is preceded in death by her husband, James Groves; parents, Anna and Vasily; siblings, Nusa, Nick, Sergei, Julie, and Peter.

Baboo will be remembered by her children, Vasily Diaz, Linda Rodriguez, Natalie Johnson, Michael Martinez, Andrew Martinez, Kevin Anderson, Lydia Anderson, Ollie Bell Stotz, Nadejda Flora, and niece/daughter, Milla Kurnosoff; grandchildren, Kirby, Nicholas, Anthony, Joshua, Jordan, Sasha, Corey, Christan, Hannah, Jacob, Michael Alexander, Gabrielle, Tysie, Michelle, Andrew, Koedi, Jillian, Cameron, Gage, Charlie, Logan, Shane, Colten, Libelle, Kase, Jase (aka T-Rex), Kendra, Hector, Nicole; siblings, Elaina and Feodor; and 16 great- grandchildren.

Nadejda Sautina Groves, 76, passed away from this life on February 20, 2024, in Kerrville, TX. She was born on April 1, 1947, in Tehran Persia Russia to her parents, Anna and Vasily Sautina. Nadejda came to the United States when she was 10 years old and lived in East Los Angeles, California. Before settling in Center Point, Nadejda lived in Kerrville, TX for 20 years.

Nadejda was known to those who loved her as Baboo, she was loved by a large family consisting of 9 children, 27 grandchildren, and 16 great-grandchildren. To say she leaves behind a large legacy would be an understatement. Her main occupation was a care giver both in a professional way at the Kerrville State Hospital and when she was a stay-at-home mother to her children. In her free time she loved to play bingo.

Baboo’s favorite thing to do was spend time with her children and grandchildren. If she wasn’t with them, she would be showing her love by making things for them such as sewing clothes and dresses. Baboo also enjoyed collecting personal treasures, whether it be from garage sales, thrift stores, etc., she could find something beautiful in the simplest of items.

She is preceded in death by her husband, James Groves; parents, Anna and Vasily; siblings, Nusa, Nick, Sergei, Julie, and Peter.

Baboo will be remembered by her children, Vasily Diaz, Linda Rodriguez, Natalie Johnson, Michael Martinez, Andrew Martinez, Kevin Anderson, Lydia Anderson, Ollie Bell Stotz, Nadejda Flora, and niece/daughter, Milla Kurnosoff; grandchildren, Kirby, Nicholas, Anthony, Joshua, Jordan, Sasha, Corey, Christan, Hannah, Jacob, Michael Alexander, Gabrielle, Tysie, Michelle, Andrew, Koedi, Jillian, Cameron, Gage, Charlie, Logan, Shane, Colten, Libelle, Kase, Jase (aka T-Rex), Kendra, Hector, Nicole; siblings, Elaina and Feodor; and 16 great- grandchildren

Nadejda Sautina Groves, 76, passed away from this life on February 20, 2024, in Kerrville, TX. She was born on April 1, 1947, in Tehran Persia Russia to her parents, Anna and Vasily Sautina. Nadejda came to the United States when she was 10 years old and lived in East Los Angeles, California. Before settling in Center Point, Nadejda lived in Kerrville, TX for 20 years.

Nadejda was known to those who loved her as Baboo, she was loved by a large family consisting of 9 children, 27 grandchildren, and 16 great-grandchildren. To say she leaves behind a large legacy would be an understatement. Her main occupation was a care giver both in a professional way at the Kerrville State Hospital and when she was a stay-at-home mother to her children. In her free time she loved to play bingo.

Baboo’s favorite thing to do was spend time with her children and grandchildren. If she wasn’t with them, she would be showing her love by making things for them such as sewing clothes and dresses. Baboo also enjoyed collecting personal treasures, whether it be from garage sales, thrift stores, etc., she could find something beautiful in the simplest of items.

She is preceded in death by her husband, James Groves; parents, Anna and Vasily; siblings, Nusa, Nick, Sergei, Julie, and Peter.

Baboo will be remembered by her children, Vasily Diaz, Linda Rodriguez, Natalie Johnson, Michael Martinez, Andrew Martinez, Kevin Anderson, Lydia Anderson, Ollie Bell Stotz, Nadejda Flora, and niece/daughter, Milla Kurnosoff; grandchildren, Kirby, Nicholas, Anthony, Joshua, Jordan, Sasha, Corey, Christan, Hannah, Jacob, Michael Alexander, Gabrielle, Tysie, Michelle, Andrew, Koedi, Jillian, Cameron, Gage, Charlie, Logan, Shane, Colten, Libelle, Kase, Jase (aka T-Rex), Kendra, Hector, Nicole; siblings, Elaina and Feodor; and 16 great- grandchildren.

Nadejda Sautina Groves, 76, passed away from this life on February 20, 2024, in Kerrville, TX. She was born on April 1, 1947, in Tehran Persia Russia to her parents, Anna and Vasily Sautina. Nadejda came to the United States when she was 10 years old and lived in East Los Angeles, California. Before settling in Center Point, Nadejda lived in Kerrville, TX for 20 years.

Nadejda was known to those who loved her as Baboo, she was loved by a large family consisting of 9 children, 27 grandchildren, and 16 great-grandchildren. To say she leaves behind a large legacy would be an understatement. Her main occupation was a care giver both in a professional way at the Kerrville State Hospital and when she was a stay-at-home mother to her children. In her free time she loved to play bingo.

Baboo’s favorite thing to do was spend time with her children and grandchildren. If she wasn’t with them, she would be showing her love by making things for them such as sewing clothes and dresses. Baboo also enjoyed collecting personal treasures, whether it be from garage sales, thrift stores, etc., she could find something beautiful in the simplest of items.

She is preceded in death by her husband, James Groves; parents, Anna and Vasily; siblings, Nusa, Nick, Sergei, Julie, and Peter.

Baboo will be remembered by her children, Vasily Diaz, Linda Rodriguez, Natalie Johnson, Michael Martinez, Andrew Martinez, Kevin Anderson, Lydia Anderson, Ollie Bell Stotz, Nadejda Flora, and niece/daughter, Milla Kurnosoff; grandchildren, Kirby, Nicholas, Anthony, Joshua, Jordan, Sasha, Corey, Christan, Hannah, Jacob, Michael Alexander, Gabrielle, Tysie, Michelle, Andrew, Koedi, Jillian, Cameron, Gage, Charlie, Logan, Shane, Colten, Libelle, Kase, Jase (aka T-Rex), Kendra, Hector, Nicole; siblings, Elaina and Feodor; and 16 great- grandchildren.

Nadejda Sautina Groves, 76, passed away from this life on February 20, 2024, in Kerrville, TX. She was born on April 1, 1947, in Tehran Persia Russia to her parents, Anna and Vasily Sautina. Nadejda came to the United States when she was 10 years old and lived in East Los Angeles, California. Before settling in Center Point, Nadejda lived in Kerrville, TX for 20 years.

Nadejda was known to those who loved her as Baboo, she was loved by a large family consisting of 9 children, 27 grandchildren, and 16 great-grandchildren. To say she leaves behind a large legacy would be an understatement. Her main occupation was a care giver both in a professional way at the Kerrville State Hospital and when she was a stay-at-home mother to her children. In her free time she loved to play bingo.

Baboo’s favorite thing to do was spend time with her children and grandchildren. If she wasn’t with them, she would be showing her love by making things for them such as sewing clothes and dresses. Baboo also enjoyed collecting personal treasures, whether it be from garage sales, thrift stores, etc., she could find something beautiful in the simplest of items.

She is preceded in death by her husband, James Groves; parents, Anna and Vasily; siblings, Nusa, Nick, Sergei, Julie, and Peter.

Baboo will be remembered by her children, Vasily Diaz, Linda Rodriguez, Natalie Johnson, Michael Martinez, Andrew Martinez, Kevin Anderson, Lydia Anderson, Ollie Bell Stotz, Nadejda Flora, and niece/daughter, Milla Kurnosoff; grandchildren, Kirby, Nicholas, Anthony, Joshua, Jordan, Sasha, Corey, Christan, Hannah, Jacob, Michael Alexander, Gabrielle, Tysie, Michelle, Andrew, Koedi, Jillian, Cameron, Gage, Charlie, Logan, Shane, Colten, Libelle, Kase, Jase (aka T-Rex), Kendra, Hector, Nicole; siblings, Elaina and Feodor; and 16 great- grandchildren.

Nadejda Sautina Groves, 76, passed away from this life on February 20, 2024, in Kerrville, TX. She was born on April 1, 1947, in Tehran Persia Russia to her parents, Anna and Vasily Sautina. Nadejda came to the United States when she was 10 years old and lived in East Los Angeles, California. Before settling in Center Point, Nadejda lived in Kerrville, TX for 20 years.

Nadejda was known to those who loved her as Baboo, she was loved by a large family consisting of 9 children, 27 grandchildren, and 16 great-grandchildren. To say she leaves behind a large legacy would be an understatement. Her main occupation was a care giver both in a professional way at the Kerrville State Hospital and when she was a stay-at-home mother to her children. In her free time she loved to play bingo.

Baboo’s favorite thing to do was spend time with her children and grandchildren. If she wasn’t with them, she would be showing her love by making things for them such as sewing clothes and dresses. Baboo also enjoyed collecting personal treasures, whether it be from garage sales, thrift stores, etc., she could find something beautiful in the simplest of items.

She is preceded in death by her husband, James Groves; parents, Anna and Vasily; siblings, Nusa, Nick, Sergei, Julie, and Peter.

Baboo will be remembered by her children, Vasily Diaz, Linda Rodriguez, Natalie Johnson, Michael Martinez, Andrew Martinez, Kevin Anderson, Lydia Anderson, Ollie Bell Stotz, Nadejda Flora, and niece/daughter, Milla Kurnosoff; grandchildren, Kirby, Nicholas, Anthony, Joshua, Jordan, Sasha, Corey, Christan, Hannah, Jacob, Michael Alexander, Gabrielle, Tysie, Michelle, Andrew, Koedi, Jillian, Cameron, Gage, Charlie, Logan, Shane, Colten, Libelle, Kase, Jase (aka T-Rex), Kendra, Hector, Nicole; siblings, Elaina and Feodor; and 16 great- grandchildren.

Nadejda Sautina Groves, 76, passed away from this life on February 20, 2024, in Kerrville, TX. She was born on April 1, 1947, in Tehran Persia Russia to her parents, Anna and Vasily Sautina. Nadejda came to the United States when she was 10 years old and lived in East Los Angeles, California. Before settling in Center Point, Nadejda lived in Kerrville, TX for 20 years.

Nadejda was known to those who loved her as Baboo, she was loved by a large family consisting of 9 children, 27 grandchildren, and 16 great-grandchildren. To say she leaves behind a large legacy would be an understatement. Her main occupation was a care giver both in a professional way at the Kerrville State Hospital and when she was a stay-at-home mother to her children. In her free time she loved to play bingo.

Baboo’s favorite thing to do was spend time with her children and grandchildren. If she wasn’t with them, she would be showing her love by making things for them such as sewing clothes and dresses. Baboo also enjoyed collecting personal treasures, whether it be from garage sales, thrift stores, etc., she could find something beautiful in the simplest of items.

She is preceded in death by her husband, James Groves; parents, Anna and Vasily; siblings, Nusa, Nick, Sergei, Julie, and Peter.

Baboo will be remembered by her children, Vasily Diaz, Linda Rodriguez, Natalie Johnson, Michael Martinez, Andrew Martinez, Kevin Anderson, Lydia Anderson, Ollie Bell Stotz, Nadejda Flora, and niece/daughter, Milla Kurnosoff; grandchildren, Kirby, Nicholas, Anthony, Joshua, Jordan, Sasha, Corey, Christan, Hannah, Jacob, Michael Alexander, Gabrielle, Tysie, Michelle, Andrew, Koedi, Jillian, Cameron, Gage, Charlie, Logan, Shane, Colten, Libelle, Kase, Jase (aka T-Rex), Kendra, Hector, Nicole; siblings, Elaina and Feodor; and 16 great- grandchildren.

 

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Visitation
Tuesday
February 27, 2024

12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Wright's Funeral Parlor
1913 Junction HWy
Kerrville, TX 78028

Funeral Service
Tuesday
February 27, 2024

2:00 PM
Wright's Funeral Parlor
1913 Junction HWy
Kerrville, TX 78028

Committal
Tuesday
February 27, 2024

3:00 PM
Mountain View
Sidney Baker and Holdsworth
Kerrville, TX 78028

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