Patricia McKenna-Baker-Incitti, 75, was born June 22, 1934, to Henry and Gladys McKenna in Anthon, Iowa, passed away April 12, 2010, in Pueblo. Patricia moved to Rye, Colo. in the '40s, married Jack Baker in the '50s and was blessed with six children, Jack, Ricky, Terrie, Randy, Todd and Jeff. Preceded in death by her husband, Jack, and two sons, Jack and Ricky. In the '60s she married Angelo Incitti and was blessed with four more children, Joseph, Julie, Patti and Michelle; and a wonderful stepson, Ronnie. Preceded in death by her husband, Angelo, and daughter, Michelle. Also preceded in death by her parents, Henry and Gladys; two brothers, Jim and Francis McKenna; and one sister, Mary Waderich. Her greatest gifts from God are Jesus our wonderful Savior; her beautiful family; 20 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. Service, 1 p.m. Friday, April 16, 2010, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel, in Pueblo, with Pastor Steve Waderich officiating. Interment will follow at Brookside Cemetery in Rye, Colo. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. As momma Pat’s 1st birthday in heaven approaches. I think of Patti and Julie (& the rest of the Incitti clan) without their mom on her birthday. You took very good care of her throughout her life and throughout her illness. Know that I am thinking of you often. God Bless.

  2. My grandmother was the most wonderful woman. I remember spending long days up at her little house, which was once my late grandfather’s, learning to chrochet, watching game shows, running around the house like crazy children. She always made so much food it was ridiculous and blankets as though there would someday be a shortage. If she had even the slightest idea that we were coming, there would be a surplus of food awaiting our arrival, and everytime we left, she would wait outside and watch us drive off until she could no longer see us. It broke our hearts everytime and there were times I would have to hold myself back to keep from going back to her. I miss her so much and I wish I had just one more year to prove I’m not a flake.

  3. My heart goes out to everyone. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Your mother has been on my mind since I heard of the illness. God Bless you all. Love,
    Kenny Riensch

  4. I was very saddened to hear of your Mom’s passing. She was such a neat lady who always made me feel so loved, like one of her kids, part of her family. I truly feel blessed to have known her.
    I pray for God’s healing for you all in this difficult time. She will be SO missed.

  5. I am so sorry to hear of Patti’s death. Were family friend since she moved to Rye. She was a faithfull friend to all and we will iss here.

  6. Aunt Pat will be so greatly missed! What a special lady! I first met Aunt Pat in the early 80’s, around the time I married Steve, her nephew. She gave me a huge hug and said, “Welcome to the family and I love you already!” I immediately loved her right back!

    The testament to how much this dear lady loved is shown through every single one of her children. I’m sure they all would agree that their Mother was truely a Proverb’s 31 women. Verse 28 says – “Her children rise up and call her blessed!” And again, I’m sure each one of them would agree whole heartedly with that! My Mother in-law, Mary, her sister, was also a Proverb’s 31 women! They both were made out of the same cloth! I can picture their happy reunion in heaven and that brings a smile to my face during this sad time.

    To the whole family, I send my love and prayers.

    Tamara

  7. I was never able to fully express to Pat or her family what an incredible impact she had on my life and my career. Patients like her are the reason I decided to go into nursing and she has thus far been the hardest for me to lose. Her amazing strength and unwavering faith took my breath away and brought tears to my eyes. I thank God she is finally home and her suffering has ceased, although we mourn her dearly. Thank you for the opportunity to serve your family and get to know and love this wonderful woman!

  8. Dear Terri and Family,
    I remember your Mom, she was a wonderful person, she was always so nice to me. I am sorry for your loss, and want you to know our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.
    Always your friend,
    Becky & Ed Fox

  9. I was blessed to know Pat and your family. She was a very special lady, and mom. I will always remember her. My prayers and thoughts are with her and all of you.

  10. Dear Family of my Precious Friend Patty,

    My heart goes out to all of you at this time. I was deeply saddened to hear of her passing , but I have peace knowing that she is Home With our Lord Jesus. And the hope that we have and know that she is in our future. I remember all the great prayer meetings that she along with a few other women and myself had together. They were great Times. Love and Prayers at this time Nancy Romero in Blanding Ut.

  11. I am so blessed to have known Patricia and her wonderful family. You all will always be in my heart! Love and God Bless.

  12. Dear Patti and Julie….so sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. I sure loved and appreciated her. She was a special person and I am so sorry for your loss…miss you both. Much love to you and your entire family… Gregg Slaughter

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