Draper Mortuary

811 North Mountain Ave, Ontario, CA


Patricia Janice Palmer

20 noviembre , 194222 enero , 2020

Patricia Janice Palmer was granted her angel wings on 1-22-2020. Her final days were spent with family all by her side. In her final hours her son Joey, and daughter Debbie were by her side at her long time home in Ontario. Patricia was born on 11-20-1942 in New Jersey. Patricia was married to William David Palmer for 51 years. They had 5 children which Patricia proceeded in death by her husband, son Micheal Palmer, son David Palmer, and daughter Candy Palmer.

Patricia was a realitor for 10 years, and a homemaker who love to cook, she passed that on to her grandkids and great grandkids. She is survived by her son Joey Palmer, daughter Debbie Palmer, 21 grandkids, and 31 great grandkids.


  • Visitation lunes, 10 febrero , 2020
  • Funeral Service lunes, 10 febrero , 2020
  • Interment lunes, 10 febrero , 2020


Patricia Janice Palmer

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Diane Lakin

febrero 8, 2020

Well, from when I was a little girl I remember Pat always being so spunky. I remember her coming over with all those puppy’s she use to have and sell them outside my grandmas house. She was so much fun and full of life. She was so great to be around and always something hilarious to say. We shared so many holidays and memories together. Her and my grandma (Janet) have been the best of friends for as long as I can remember. Getting in to some kinda trouble. She thought me how to make her famous spaghetti salad. We won’t be there on Monday my grandma is morning a friend she will miss so dearly. Having hilarious conversations on the phone because pat didn’t put her hearing aid in. They talked for a while on the phone almost everyday. She is missed and loved so much. I hope you Rest In Peace and are having a spunky time up there. You are one of the best people we came across in this life. Maybe we will see you in the next one. Love you Pat

Cathy Castillo

enero 24, 2020

Gramma Patty Pat,
There are too many fun memories that have you in them, I enjoyed every moment I have gotten a chance to spend with you. You were and will always be the Best Grandma anyone could ever have. You were so funny and always had me smiling talking to you. Im glad I had the chance to stay there for the time I did, on our way up here. We will miss you so much Grammy Rip, give my Momma a hug and kiss for me.

Susan Gates

enero 23, 2020


Susan Gates

enero 23, 2020

Love you gramma n miss u so much

Yvonne Harris

enero 23, 2020

Oh Grandma Pat, you knew how to always make us have a good laugh. You were always there with open arms, a good story & yummy food. You taught us how to make Greek dishes that grandpa loved that we can share with all our generations. You meant so much to so many and your memory will live on forever. Whether you were family or extended family you were grandma to us all!!! We love you always, today, tomorrow & forever. Grandpa is so happy to have his love back on the other beautiful side of life. You will be greatly missed grandma. But this is not good bye, it’s see ya later!!! ❤️

Lacy Clauson

enero 23, 2020

Hello ,
I am little Joes fiancé for those who don’t know me . The memory I wanted to share was of this Christmas. My family went to her house for the holiday and they got nerf guns from her and big Joe , she told them that she was gonna get on her motorized wheelchair and go as fast as she could and for them to “take aim” lol of course I told them they better miss , but she rode up and down the walkway as a target and played with them like she was young again , they were so happy. I’ll never forget it . I love you Gramma Pat . Thank you for making me feel like family and for loving my kids like they were your own .