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“Mom, It has been 10 months since you left us and it feels like just yesterday.. We all miss you so very much. I hope you and Dad are sitting with all...Read More »
1 of 5 | Posted by: Cassie DeArman

“Mom, I sure do love and miss you, this has been a hard time for me and Cassie and the rest of the family. Losing Lil Rob, and Dad a few...Read More »
2 of 5 | Posted by: Robert De Arman Jr. - Florence, AZ

“Aunt Pat is missed dearly. She was vibrant and a joy to be around. Aunt Pat always listened to what was said and asked about everyone. He smile and...Read More »
3 of 5 | Posted by: Margaret M. Archambault-Serratt - AZ

“My sincere condolences. Bob and Patricia have been my friends for many many years. I hope your family takes good care. Bob, my thoughts are with you....Read More »
4 of 5 | Posted by: Amparo "Ampy"Gomez - Superior, AZ

“I have wonderful memories of Patsy. She was a wonderful aunt and I loved her so much. She will certainly be missed. ”
5 of 5 | Posted by: Donna Garner - Sullivan, MO

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Patricia Annette DeArman, age 73, passed away the morning of February 1, 2013, at Florence-Anthem Hospital, surrounded by her family. Patricia was born October 11, 1939, in Jasper, Tennessee, the youngest of five daughters of Wayne Ward Stinnett and Lillie Evelou Mathews Stinnett. Patricia grew up in Miami, Arizona. She met her husband of nearly 57 years in October 1955, as a handsome Miami/Globe police officer came into the café where she was employed as a waitress. They were bedazzled with
one another immediately, and Patricia married Robert Benn DeArman, Sr., on March 4, 1956. Patricia always said she wanted most to be a wife and mother, and she and Robert raised four children together. Patricia was much loved and is survived by her husband Robert, their children - Elizabeth Annette, Robert Benn, Jr. (Cassandra), Terri Kathryn (Robert Tapia), and Clinton Coy (Candice) - and beloved of their 14 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Patricia was a marvelous cook and she enjoyed quilting. She was very dedicated to her husband and children, and was a fiercely protective and loving grandmother to all her many grandchildren. Patricia was preceded in death by her parents and sisters -Willie Eberle, Ella Reeves, Stella Riddering, and Barbara Barron - and by mother-in-law Myrtle DeArman.