Patricia Lee Ebert

patricia ebert

December 31, 1945 ~ May 6, 2003

Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Patricia Lee Ebert, 57, was born December 31, 1945, in Denver, and passed away May 6, 2003, in Pueblo. Survived by her husband, Giles Ebert; sons, Anthony (Margaret) DiMatteo, Andrew DiMatteo (Reneé Angley) and David (Andrea) DiMatteo; sisters, Sharon Donnelly and Shirley DeVore; brother-in-law, Richard Galmish. Preceded in death by her parents, Earl and Marie Paul and sister, Margaret Paul. Patty graduated from Bishop Machebeuf High School and Marquette University with a BS degree in dental hygiene. She served on the Pueblo Community College Dental Hygiene Advisory Committee, worked at the Pueblo Regional Center, and finished her career at the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo. Patty was a selfless lady who loved to give all she had. She was a consummate reader. Her passions included getting up early on weekends to find 'treasures' at local garage sales, keeping an amazing garden, and feeding anyone who stepped near her kitchen. Patty spoiled everyone near her and brought joy to everyone around her with her high spirits, infectious smile, and laugh. At her request, there will be no viewing. Funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Saturday, May 10, 2003, at the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with Reverend Harold Tuttle officiating. Those who desire may make memorials to Sangre de Cristo Hospice through the funeral home.

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  1. Dear Mr Ebert:Giles,
    I was sorry to hear upon my return to work that Patricia wasn’t doing very well. I thought of her so often. Every now and then I meet someone who I just know is special right from the begining,that’s how it was for me when I met your wife. I am sad that I missed seeing her again.My thoughts and my prayers are with you and your family.
    Fondly,Sue RMCC

  2. Giles:
    Sorry I can’t make it to the service due to a prior commitment. Just want you to know my thoughts and prayers are with you. Having been down this road, times may be difficult for you. Just try to remember all the GOOD times you spent together! Lee Poll

  3. I knew Patty for many yrs at PRC and CSH. We would talk on a daily basis during our breaks and she was always so very nice and positive about everything. We would talk about retirement and what we would do. She always treated all her clients with respect and dignity. My sypathies and prayers for her family.

  4. Giles,
    Alex and I would like to express our most sincere and deepest sympathy for your and our loss of Patti. Patti’s obituary was beautifully written, and described Patti to a tee.
    Our condolences and prayers go to you and your family. She will be deeply missed.
    Yvette and Alex.

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