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In Loving Memory

Engelman, Patricia

Patricia Engelman, On January 18, 2024, Pat left earth to join Jesus Christ and her beloved husband Bill.

Pat was born on April 25, 1940, the daughter of Robert and Lois Samuel. She was the daughter in law of George and Mary Engelman. She was a wonderful sister to
Shirley and (Bill) Bailey of Poplar Bluff and the late Donna and (Don) Kitchen and a dear aunt to all of their children. She was the loving mother of Mark and Michael (Carla) Engelman.

Pat was the greatest and most wonderful grandmother to Jacob Samuel Engelman, Megan Renee Engelman, Kaylee Rae Engelman and Bradley Allen Engelman. Pat was also the proud great grandmother of Peyton Nicole Engelman.

Pat was the best friend of her late husband Bill. She was a very giving, caring and loving person that would do anything for anyone. She loved bowling, entertaining for family and friends and she loved her job as an office manager for Teamsters Local 604.

Some lives go on forever in the hearts and lives they touch. Pat was one of those people.

Services: Visitation Thursday, January 25th from 10am – 12pm and the funeral is the same day at 12pm both at Windsor Baptist Church in Imperial, MO. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the Alzheimer’s Association. KUTIS SOUTH COUNTY


5 thoughts on “Engelman, Patricia”

  1. Mark and Michael,
    I’m so sorry to hear about your mom. She was such a special person. People just gravitated to her. I have such great memories of her taking us camping, hiking, or just hanging out at your house. She was the best neighbor a person could ask for. She was more like family then a neighbor. We always enjoyed visiting with her (and sometimes staying with her) when we came back into town. She holds a special place in all of our hearts out here in Arizona and we will never forget her! She was one of a kind and the world was a better place with her in it. I am so sorry for your loss.

  2. Pat was a wonderful sister-in-law that I’ve known for over 60 years she was married to my brother Bill, or Willie and then will before he married Pat LOL. She was great for my brother and kept him in line for all them years of marriage and she will be missed. You guys did a great job of taking care of her at the end of her journey. As a family of four boys she was like a sister do us all.

  3. I am so sorry for your loss, she was a great lady and I know she was so proud of you both. I will miss her she was such a blessing in my heart

  4. Mark, Mike and Family,
    So sorry for your loss. Aunt Pat was definitely a blessing. I will miss our phone chats. Love and miss you all!


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