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1951 Patricia 2019

Patricia Kay Pease

March 31, 1951 — April 7, 2019


Patricia "Patti" Pease was known for her love, kindness, and being an extraordinary grandmother.     Born on March 3, 1951, in Kansas City, Kansas, Patricia has sadly left us on April 7, 2019, leaving behind a legacy that is cherished and remembered by all who knew her.

Patricia is survived by her daughters, Kathleen Arnold (with husband James Arnold) and Shannon Pease, who are part of her greatest accomplishments. She was a pillar of strength for her family and brought joy to everyone with her presence. The arrival of her grandchildren, Hayden on October 4, 2006, and then Jaxon on January 22, 2013, filled her with immense pleasure and added more meaning to her life. The memories of their grandmother will forever be etched in their hearts.

Patti worked in the school system in Bixby, Oklahoma for many years where she raised her family with the values of that small town life.  She was adored by the students and faculty that worked alongside of her.  Her true calling was when she opened her own in-home daycare for many of the children of the teachers she once worked beside.  Her daughters remember fondly the children who Patti took care of day after day, and she adored every second of it.  Her passion for life was evident in the love she had for her favorite sports teams, the KU Jayhawks and the Kansas City Chiefs. She was a passionate supporter, and it gave her immense joy to watch them play. Sometimes it even gave her great heartache, depending on how the games were going.  

Patricia also enjoyed the simpler pleasures of life. Her favorite recreational activities included spending time with her daughters and grandsons. Whether it was a glass of iced tea and her TV shows or the Monopoly games with her family, every moment spent with them was priceless to her. She could also make a mean casserole dish! 

The legacy of Patricia Pease is one of love, kindness, and the epitome of what it means to be a grandmother. Her life was a testament to the enduring strength of maternal love and her memory will forever inspire those she left behind.



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