Patsy S. Dean

June 8, 1938July 3, 2018

Patsy S. Dean, of Lubbock, TX, passed away on July 3, 2018. She was born June 8, 1938 to the late Wylie and Ruby Johnson in Milford, TX.

In addition to being a devoted wife, mother and grandmother, Patsy worked for Fenner Tubbs Chrysler for many years as the Secretary Treasurer and Office Manager. She loved and excelled at quilting, which her family will cherish for generations to come.

Patsy is pre-deceased by her husband Alford R. Dean whom she married February18, 1956. She is survived by her children; Pam Richardson and husband Fred, Mike Dean and wife Karen and Richard Dean and wife Dreama, grandchildren; Paul Zintgraff, Chris Dean, Tori Dean, and Austin Dean, sister-in-law; Faye Roberts, and 3 great grandchildren.

Funeral Services will be, Saturday, July 7, 2018 at 10am at the Southcrest Baptist Church in Lubbock, TX, followed by a committal service at Resthaven Memorial Park.


  • Wylie Clay and Ruby Smith, Parents
  • Alford R. Dean, Husband
  • Pam Richardson and husband, Fred, Mike Dean and wife, Karen, and Richard Dean and wife, Dreama, Children
  • Paul Zintgraff, Chris Dean, Tori Dean and Austin Dean, Grandchildren
  • Faye Roberts, Sister-in-law
  • 3 Great-grandchildren, ~



  • Funeral Service Saturday, July 7, 2018


  • Officiating

Patsy S. Dean

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Karen Popp

July 8, 2018

Dear Family,
I am so sad to hear that dear Aunt Patsy has left the physical plane, and am sorry I could not attend her funeral. I am thrilled however, for her to be joining her parents, my parents, and her brothers and sisters in heaven. Aunt Patsy, the baby of the family as she would speak of herself, will be remembered as a wonderful person who loved her family. I wish I would have been able to visit with her more in recent years. She will be missed, but never forgotten. I love this particular family picture of Aunt Patsy, Mom and Uncle Jamie, and would love to see more pictures of Aunt Patsy and family.
I look forward to staying in contact with you all, Pam, Mike and Richard.
With love,
Karen J. Popp