OBITUARY

Patsy Ruth Stephenson Sheldon

February 2, 1931October 11, 2018

Patsy Ruth Stephenson Sheldon born February 2, 1931 died October 11, 2018. She was 87 years old. She was preceded in death by her five siblings as well as her mother and father. She was married to Joseph Clinton Stephenson for 43 years and they had three children. He preceded her in death in 1989 then she was single for 21 years. She married Foy L Sheldon in 2010 and they were married 7 ¾ years. He preceded her in death on July 15, 2018. She served her God Jehovah loyally for 74 years. Patsy is survived by her daughters, Linda DeJulio and husband Roy, Judy Smith and husband Dan; son, Joseph Stephenson and wife Kelley. Also surviving six grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Memorial Services will be held on Saturday, October 20th at 11:00 am at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses at the corner of 87th and Dawn in Odessa. Bert Cole will officiate the services.

  • FAMILY

  • Linda DeJulio and husband Roy, Daughter
  • Judy Smith and husband Dan, Daughter
  • Joseph Stephenson and wife Kelley, Son
  • Also surviving are six grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, October 20, 2018
REMEMBERING

Patsy Ruth Stephenson Sheldon

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Debra Hook

October 18, 2018

So sorry for your loss to Pat's family. Dewayne and I are so happy that we got to know your mom, she was a very dear friend and a lovely sister. She will be truly missed! Can't wait to see her again in the resurrection! John 5:28, 29
Love n hugs ❤Dewayne & Debra and Jason Hook💜

Kent Hutchens

October 17, 2018

Aunt Pat is the last of my Great aunts. My earliest memory of her and uncle Joe was a visit to there house in the early 60s in Phoenix. May dad always seemed to have some contact with his aunt Pat Joe uncle Jim even Wayatt whom I haven’t seen in years. Not to forget aunt Ione and uncle Wayne. I have memories of all. I live on McCoy street in Aztec and think of that family every time I pass there old house down the street where They lived when joe was born. Judy Al Louis and I broke an anniversary player at that house and aunt Pat lath angry was still smiling and that’s the way I remember her, love you all see you soon.

Ginny Cameron

October 17, 2018

I have known this lovely sister for many years, since Judy and I were little kids (around 5 & 6 years old)). She was a perfect example of a Christian woman, faithful to the end. It's so comforting to know that she is safe in Jehovah's memory now and will awake from sleep when her name is called. Pasty will be missed by all who knew her.

David Paul Smith

October 17, 2018

Gone is the storm that left devastation behind in just a matter of moments,
Out of all the despair that is left behind, the little things come to mind, It could be a moment in time,
Or a timeless moment, Something said or something done,
Distant places or the place around the corner.

Big things will always be there, yet it's the small things that we try and hold dear,
Years ago or perhaps moments ago, we take those small things,
Etch them into our heart and mind.

Gradually time passes, sometimes fast, sometimes slow
Rainy skies slowly turn into starry nights filled with hope,
As the sun comes up on a new dawn, when we see a brand new land,
Never again will the sun set, never again will we fear the night,
Done are the days of death and all the things that come with it,
Memories of the small things will be told, and new ones made,
And when we see our loved ones wake up, we will finally say "hallelujah, you're home".

Linda DeJulio

October 17, 2018

Rest well Mom. It's been a hard row to hoe, yet you found joy in Jehovah and
In us your kids. Sleep deep and we will see you soon and hug you just like you
Knew we would. Many others will miss you too. They will be there in the new world to greet you as well.
Jehovah has the best in store for all his faithful ones,

Love you
Linda and Roy 💞

Judy Smith

October 17, 2018

Mom was the best mom in the world. She raised us kids in a divided family and taught us to love Jehovah with our whole heart. She gave us the best gift anyone could ever give us. I miss her so much. Jehovah gave us a promise that we would see her again and that time isn't far away.. I love you Mommy

FROM THE FAMILY