• Contributions may be made to the NorthCare Hospice House, 2900 Clay Edwards Drive, North Kansas City, Mo., 64116.
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    2900 Clay Edwards Drive
    North Kansas City, MO 64116

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I knew Pat at TWA for many years. We shared stories of her fly fishing with her Dad and the night we saw W.C. Clark from Austin, TX play great blues. She always loved engaging conversations,and was willing to teach and assist anyone who would ask. She was a great lady and friend. Pat will be missed by so many fellow TWA folks.
God, give her a large mansion since she deserves it for all she endured.

Posted by: Charlie Burris - Enid, OK - Co-worker and friend   Nov 29, 2012

I was first & foremost a friend of Pat's and a co-worker. By her leading/guiding I went from a simple file clerk to an Agency Representative in the office. I always referred to her as "mother" because she knew everything about the processing of airline tickets from passenger to archives. I will have to say Pat use to tell me (in jest) I know that must be half a word (mother). I will truly miss mine & Pat's long phone

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Posted by: Vickie Vaughn - Harrisonville, MO - Friend/co-worker   Nov 28, 2012

I will miss my dear friend Pat so very much. She was always there for me. Pat had such a unique style in everything she said and did. Through the years, we had so many good times together. Pat had so many friends and I am so glad that I was one of them. I will never forget my special friend Pat!

Posted by: Judy Klopfenstein - Parkville, MO - Friend   Nov 25, 2012

I worked many years with Pat at TWA. She was one of my favorite co-workers. She was very smart and very good at her job; always helpful to anyone needing assistance. I so enjoyed the lunch we shared at Yardhouse a year ago, before the cancer took over. You will be missed.

Posted by: Karen Yurchak - Parkville, MO - co-worker   Nov 25, 2012

I am very saddened and shocked to her of Pat's passing. I worked with her at TWA. She was a kind, funny, and very witty woman. Always full of advice if you neededit or just a laugh. My prayers are with her family and may god give you comfort.

Posted by: Tammi Liebsch - KANSAS CITY, MO   Nov 25, 2012

Pat, my good friend, I will miss you terribly. The embodiment of intelligent reasoning and a wealth of knowledge, she spoke truth. I so enjoyed that about Pat. She was innately a teacher. We would hang out or walk and talk about anything, everything- the world. Pat could tell one of her adventures in such an artful way you would be pulled in and find yourself laughing out loudeven the Barfalona story. If anyone should have written a book about

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Posted by: Kelly (Fisher) Vogel - Coffeyville, KS   Nov 24, 2012

Pat put up quite the fight, and now she is out of pain. It seems like only yesterday we the "breakfast bunch" were eating and enjoying great friendships. Pat was a very strong woman, she will be missed by many!!! Jan you were her blessing!!

Posted by: Gwynn Williams - Kearney, MO - TWA Co-worker   Nov 24, 2012