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Chapel Hill Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens

701 North 94Th Street, Kansas City, KS

OBITUARY

Patricia Ann Gaither

January 26, 1947June 20, 2019
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Patricia Ann Gaither, 72, of KCK passed away on 6/20/19. Visitation will be held on Tuesday, 6/25 from 1:00-2:00 with Funeral Services to follow at Chapel Hill-Butler Funeral Home, 701 N. 94th St. KCK. Interment will follow at Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens.

Patricia was born on 1/26/1947 to Thomas and Margaret Perry in KCK. She was a homemaker and loved reading romance novels. Her pride and joy was spending time with her beloved family.

Patricia was preceded in death by her husband, James E. Gaither, Jr.; her parents, Thomas and Margaret Perry; her brother, Marvin Perry; stepson Michael Gaither; and grandson, Jesse Wilson.

She is survived by her son, James Lee Wilson and fiancé Kerrie Winkler; her grandchildren, Jennifer Lesher, Heather Lesher, Benjamin Wilson, Donnie Wilson, Jason Brinsfield, and Riley Wilson; her stepson, James E. Gaither III, her grandchildren, James Gaither, Kevin Gaither, and Samantha Gaither; her brother, Thomas Perry, and his wife, Joyce Perry, along with twenty grandchildren and two great grandchildren

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Ben Wilson
  • Donnie Wilson
  • Jonathan Smith
  • Bill Spragg
  • James Gaither
  • Mike Harmom

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, June 25, 2019
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, June 25, 2019
  • Graveside Service Tuesday, June 25, 2019

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Ben Proctor

June 26, 2019

I met Pat about 40 years ago not long after I met her son, Jim Lee. She was a quiet woman who cared a great deal for her son. There wasn't anything she wouldn't do for him. She extended her kindness to his friends and everyone she came in contact with. As her family grew, her kindness increased. Sometimes her kindness was taken for granted and she knew it. That never bothered her, she was always there for anyone who needed her.
It is a sad day that she had to leave us, and even sadder for those who she helped. The ones who leaned on her the most will never find someone more willing to help and now must take what they learned from her to continue to help others and flourish, or they can wallow in self pity and fail. Either way she will be remembered, for good or bad will be determined by the one remembering.
Thanks Pat, it has been a pleasure.

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