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Patricia A Neve

07/12/1941 - 02/02/2019

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Pat was reunited with her soulmate of 50 years, Ken on February 2nd, 2019. She was born on July 12th, 1941 to Thomas Withers and Sadie Remigi.

Pat proudly worked at Fashion Cabinets for 40 years and always thought of her co-workers and employees as family. She had unlimited friends and her door was always open to anyone who needed a cup of coffee or a good visit. Pat loved to travel with close friends and family. After retirement you’d most often find Pat and Ken playing slots at their favorite casinos.

Survived by her three children Jamie (Rod) Markland, Lori (Steve) Murray and Jay Neve; brother Tom (Patsy) Withers; Ken’s three children Don (Carol) Neve, Russ Neve and Kaylynn Edwards; 12 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by her husband Ken; parents; and her brother Frank Hoffman.

Graveside service will be held on Saturday, February 9th at 3:00 PM. Friends are invited to greet the family during the viewing from 1:00 to 2:45 PM all at Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 E. Dimple Dell Rd. (10600 S.), Sandy.

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  • Dear Jamie and family,

    I ‘m one of the few people that still read The Tribune and I saw your mom’s picture today. It took me back to fond memories of many days spent at your house after school. I have thought of you many times over the years and hope you’ve all had good lives.

    With sympathy and love,

    Tracy McMaster Beck

    — Tracy Beck
  • Dear Heavenly Father –

    Thank you for the blessings of my father, Ken, and wonderful stepmother, Pat. On February 2nd, you called Pat home to join my father in your Heavenly graces. They taught everyone around them how to love unconditionally. They showed us by example how to care, share, dream, live and to always be the best that we could be. Their lives are a testimony of what it means to be truly in love!! A love like theirs is as rare as shooting stars.

    Recently, I had the good fortune of visiting both of them & Pat and I pulled out the family photo albums. Her face lit up as we scrolled through the pages and she shared many stories of her childhood and the many wonderful memories of all the time she spent with dad. Dad was in the kitchen, stretching his neck to see what we were giggling about!! I pulled out my phone and began taking pictures-of-the-pictures. Today, those pictures are a main fixture of my living room ,where I have a photo slide show that plays constantly. Dad and Pat aren’t dead – in fact they are quite alive and well in my memory, and in the many memories of the friends and family they had while passing through this life. I feel blessed that the Lord gave me one last chance to visit with them before they left!!!

    Almighty God – please be with all those who adored this couple!! Bring them all comfort and healing. Give to them the strength they will need to get through the next little while. Give them hope of your promise to reunite us in your own good time. Let your angels watch over & protect us all.

    I praise you, Lord -for the love they shared, that we were lucky enough to be a part of it. Forever more – Amen

    — Kaylynn