Patricia A. Selby Flynn, 84, passed away March 23, 2013. Survived by children, Suzi (Rich) Purcell, Pamela (Bill) Yershin, William Flynn; grandchildren, Rich (Gail) Purcell, Kelly (Will) Ice, Chad (Atlanta) Butterfield, Ryan (Meikin) Butterfield, Dave (Juliet Aragon) Butterfield; Ashley Flynn, Brandi Flynn, Sam and Chad; great-grandchildren, Rex, Todd, Bailey, Daisy and Ana; aunt, Marilyn; many special nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her husband, William Flynn; parents, Edmond and Margaret Selby; brother, Bob Selby; step-sister, Mary Selby; grandson, Nick Purcell; and her pet dog, Amy Kay. Patricia was born May 28, 1928, in Pueblo, Colo. She was a master gardener and a LPN. In lieu of food or flowers, in rememberance of our mom, just plant a flower and think of Pat. Special thanks to Station #3 Life Care, the amazing Dr. Deb - the family is forever grateful for all their care and kindness, special friends, Grace, Cora Lee, Eleanor, Pat Rotollo, and all of her numerous friends at Life Care. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 1 p.m.Thursday, Central Christian Church, 1902 N. Hudson. Online condolences,

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  1. To Suzi Purcell and family,

    We knew Pat when we lived in pueblo, and met again when we moved to Beulah, found her there and I joined the Garden Club, for many wonderful times together.

    I will plant a special flower

    in her memory this Spring, and so will the girls in the

    Garden Club. Marilyn Beman

  2. I wish to leave my condolences for the family. I was friends with Pat in High School and had many dinners at her house.A mutual friend, Ann Ibesester, told me she
    was in Life Care Center couple of months ago so I sent “Thinking of You” card and note.couple of months ago.I was sorry I had lost track of Pat over the years.
    Edith Corry Laguna Woods, Ca.

  3. Suzi, I just learned of your mother’s passing, Our thoughts and prayers are with you today. We always loved Pat and she attended Park Hill Baptist when we were in Pueblo. Many years ago, she gave us a Shamrock (which was from Ireland) and I still have it. She always comes to mind when I care for it. She was a great lady!

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