Kiker-Seale Funeral Home

338 Locust Street, Colorado City, TX


Patsy Anne Shackelford

January 19, 1936January 29, 2020

Patsy Anne “Pat” Shackelford, 84, Colorado City, passed away at the Shannon Medical Center of San Angelo on Thursday, January 30, 2020. She was born in Stanton, Texas on January 19, 1936 to A.R. and Ila Kay Sikes Phelan. Pat was a woman who led a quiet life at home, taking care of the family she loved so much. Most of her life was spent as a stay at home mom, but she did work for a while as a clerk at the cotton gin, and she helped to keep the books at the ranch for her husband Johnny. In her younger years she enjoyed bowling, and had been a part of the bowling leagues in Sweetwater for many years. Later in life she found joy in playing the slot machines at home, watching fox news and watching her favorite shows on the Hallmark channel, as well as spending time with her grandchildren. She is survived by her sons Mark Crain and wife Becky of Maryneal and Mike Crain and wife Benita of Sweetwater,by her step-children Steve Shackelford and Jana Shackelford, by her grandchildren Stephen Crain, Casey Crain, Tanner Crain, and Ty Crain, and by her great-grandchildren; Aiden Crain, Karson Crain, Summer Crain, Brayden Crain, and Kailey Clowers, with another one on the way. Pat was preceded in death by her husband Johnny Shackelford, by her parents, and by her brother Roger Brooks, and by her sister Linda Derrick. A graveside service for Pat will be held in the Colorado City Cemetery on Monday, February 3rd at 10 am with Pastor Richard Acuna of Sweetwater officiating. In lieu of flowers please consider a contribution in her memory to the Westbrook First Baptist Church. Arrangements have been entrusted to Kiker Seale Funeral Home.


  • Graveside Service Monday, February 3, 2020


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Janie Arguijo

January 31, 2020

I'm so sorry for your loss. I enjoyed working with her for many, many years. She had a kind soul and a beautiful heart. She was always there for me when I needed someone to talk to. May she rest in peace.