July 25, 1952 ~ February 13, 2016

Born in: Camp Carson, CO,
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Patricia Ann Lancaster Denney July 25, 1952 ~ February 13, 2016 Preceded in death by sister Debra Sannan. Survived by her loving husband of 45 years, Jerry; daughter, Kathleen; grandchildren, Ashleigh and Gregory; mother and stepfather, Margie and David Botens of Grants Pass, Ore.; sisters, Judith Armstrong of Pueblo West, CO and Alyce Stevens of Tonasket, WA; brother, Darin Mattice of Anchorage, AK; and numerous other relatives and friends. Pat was a very loving, kind and generous woman. She crocheted beautiful afghans and won many ribbons at the Colorado State Fair. She loved playing bingo and going to yard sales. Cremation has taken place. At her request, there will be no funeral, but instead a celebration of life at a later date to be announced. 'Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard, but always near, still loved, still missed and held so dear.'

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  1. I will never forget the time we spent each year at the State Fair. I always looked forward to meeting you there and giving you a big hug. Our critiques of the afghans were much harsher than the judges except when it came to each others work!! I know you are making a special afghan for our Father in Heaven. I’ll miss you this year. God bless my friend. Sheila

  2. So sorry of the passing of Patty. She was a great friend. I wish I could have seen her one more time. We had a lot of laughs in our younger years.

  3. Dear Judy and family,

    My deepest sympathy to you at this most difficult time. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  4. Pat was a good friend who always smiled and gave warm hugs. She was always willing & ready to help in any capacity. My Condolences to Jerry & family. Our prayers & positive thoughts to all of you.

  5. Dear Jerry and family,
    We are deeply saddened to learn of Pat’s passing. Have many wonderful memories from when we first met at the Southern Colorado Tea Party in 2008. Pat was always full of love and happiness, sharing that with everyone around her, including wonderful hugs. She will be missed. We pray that God’s angels surround you all with much love and comfort as your grieve this tremendous loss.

  6. Jerry and Family,
    We are so sorry for your loss. Pat was a very special lady and it was an honor and pleasure to have known her and to have called her friend. She had such a giving soul, with the biggest heart, we will miss her – her smile, her hugs, her optimism. You are in our prayers and thoughts.

  7. Jerry and family. I am so sorry I was not able to see Pat for hugs and checking out her latest afghan. I was unable to be at the bowling alley for several months, but you are in my prayers for peace and serenity.

  8. Dear Jerry and Family, I am so sincerely sorry for your loss. Pat had a special place in my heart. I worked at King Soopers and when I would see her she always had a smile for me that brought a peaceful air along with it. I think we had a special connection because she also blessed me with one of her specially made afghans. I always looked for them when I went to the State Fair. (Incidentally, our births were only 2 days apart and not typical Leos.) She was a beautiful lady and I can only imagine how much she will truly be missed.

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