Patricia Ann Kromer-Rauch
April 26, 1940 – October 15, 2020
Patricia Ann Kromer-Rauch, 80, born April 26, 1940 in Mt. Pleasant, Texas to her parents William O. Nesbitt and Mary V. (Campbell), both of Cooksville, TX.
Patricia was ushered into heaven by Angels to meet her Loving Savior Jesus Christ on Thursday, October 15, 2020.
She met and married her first husband and father of her 3 sons, Edward V. Kromer in Texarkana, TX and soon moved to Midwest City, OK where Edward began his career at TAFB as a mechanical engineer.
Along with having a bubbly personality and exquisite taste for fashion, Patricia could sell you anything, whether you thought you needed it or not. She could talk to you for hours on end, a trait she inherited from her father.
Patricia received many awards in sales, which included top sales representative for Avon, John A. Brown, Streets, Dillards, Rothchilds and Casual Corner. She was awarded at a special banquet by Mr. Dillard himself, being inducted into the $1,000,000 Sales Club with Dillards.
She was a member of the Gideons International Auxiliary for many years.
Patricia met her current husband, Don Edward Rauch of Wichita Falls, TX at First Southern Baptist Church and married on December 27, 1979 and they resided together in Midwest City.
Patricia was preceded in death by her first husband, Edward V. Kromer; Father, William O. Nesbitt; Mother, Mary V. Nesbitt; Brother, Kenneth Nesbitt, of Texarkana, TX; Oldest son, Edward V. Kromer Jr., of Midwest City, and step-son, Carl J. Rauch of Albuquerque, NM.
She is survived by her husband, Don E. Rauch of Midwest City; son, Jeffrey N. Kromer, of Midwest City; son, Kevin S. Kromer and his wife Rebecca L. of Oklahoma City; Linda Kromer, wife of deceased son, Edward Kromer, Jr. of Midwest City; 3 grandchildren, Kaitlyn ReAnn Kromer, Lorren Danielle Kromer of OKC, and Christopher Ryan Kromer of Midwest City; step-son, Gary Don Rauch, M.D. of Spartenberg, SC; step-daughter, Frances Annette Rauch and son Benjamin of Albuquerque, NM, and several cousins, nieces, and nephews.
Patricia was always loving and beautiful, but straight spoken. She was loved and admired for her beauty, talents, and class, Her hobbies included; church activities, growing and tending to plants, and watching the performing arts.
Special thanks and recognition to Aubrey Kavanaugh, M.D., her nurse, Dallas, and her entire clinic staff, Angel Home Health, Humanity Hospice, Dr. Law, Dr. Matook, and OU Medical Center. Any donations should be made to the Midwest City Gideons or your local church.
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