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Kristan “Kris” McCargar
03/08/1962 — 02/13/2022
From Benton City, WA | Born in Thermopolis, WY
Kristan “Kris” McCargar
Kristan (Kris) Woodley McCargar, age 59, passed away peacefully at her home in Benton City on Sunday, February 13th, 2022. Kris was born on March 8th, 1962 in Thermopolis, WY. Kris was a resident of the Tri-Cities Area for over 45 years, and worked as a Radiation Control Technician/Trainer for Amentum. She attended Richland Lutheran Church, and was also a member of the NRRPT (National Registry of Radiation Protection Technologist).
Kris was loving Wife, Mother and Grandmother (MoMo). She loved spending time with her family, fishing, mushrooming, get togethers at the house, her puppies and enjoyed life to the fullest. She will be missed by all.
Kris is survived by her loving husband Mike McCargar, her four children Jordan Fluharty, Tayler Fluharty, Cody McCargar and Colton McCargar and his wife Kayla. She is also survived by her grandchildren Peyton, Sofia, Eleanor and Lucy, her brother Owen Knox and his wife Deb, her sisters Nancy Enneking and Bonnie Knox.
Kris is preceded in death by her mother Barbara Haney, her father Dean Woodley, and her brother Mark Woodley.
A Private Celebration of Life will be held for Family and close friends, so please contact the family for details.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to Pet Overpopulation (POPP), Mikey’s Chance or any other Animal rescue organization.
I worked with Kris on training and response items at WTP. She was always very responsive, professional, and kind in every dealing I had with her. I could tell that she was a genuinely wonderful soul. She will be deeply missed.
I am so sorry to hear about Kris. I remember her from my days at ATG. She was always the most pleasant person to work with. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult of time. Condolences.
We always loved seeing Kris. And we will miss her dearly. We’d describe her as fun and down to earth. Sweet. Fiesty. Personable. We met Mike first though when we knocked on his door years ago to try and purchase their home. He wasn’t so nice:) But when we saw him with Kris, we saw him smile. We saw him light up. She had that impact. Kris will be a light for everyone who had the opportunity to meet and know her and her legacy will live on. To Kris, we raise a big glass to you. Rest in Peace.
Rest In Peace Kris! We weren’t close friends but you were always so kind and friendly to me over the years – thank you! You have so many that love you still – you’re legacy will live on in your family!You will truly be missed, you were a blessing to all who knew you ❤️🙏