OBITUARY

Patricia Anne Hood

January 16, 1948April 27, 2021
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Patricia A. Hood passed away from her battle with cancer on April 27, 2021. She is loved and remembered by her daughters, Kaitlyn and Rebecca. She is proceeded in death by her husband, Dr. Roger Hood. Patricia was born in Harrisburg, Illinois in 1948 to Floyd and Bernideen Teply.

She and Roger lived in Oregon, Germany, Massachusetts and New York before moving to Kansas City to raise their girls. Patricia enjoyed cooking, gardening and reading, but her favorite role was being a mom. From swimming parties and sewing matching outfits when they were young, to tailgating at football games and traveling with her daughters recently- she was not just the best, but the very best mom anyone could ever hope for.

A private service will be held for family.

Memorials can be made in her honor to the Susan Love Foundation: https://www.classy.org/give/153195/#!/donation/checkout

  • FAMILY

  • Floyd L. Teply, Father (deceased)
  • Bernideen (Grounds) Teply, Mother (deceased)
  • Dr. Roger Hood, Husband (deceased)
  • Kaitlyn Hood, Daughter
  • Rebecca Hood, Daughter

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Cathie Rhodes

April 30, 2021

I loved working with your mom at Williams Sonoma. She was always ready with a happy smile. Prayers for you as you begin your lives without her physical presence. She will always be in your hearts.

Peggy Fair

April 30, 2021

I am so sad to hear the news of your mother’s passing! I loved having coffee with her and catching up with all her news and those of the women we worked with at Williams Sonoma. She will be in my prayers and memories!

Leonard and Paula Counsil

April 29, 2021

Kate and Becca,
We are so very saddened by the loss of your dear mom. Thank you for having Eck call with the news. Pat holds a very special place in our hearts. We have the very best memories of good times spent with your parents. We recall your dad, sitting there at the kitchen table, laughing until tears rolled down his face. He and Leonard were great medicine for each other! Forever friends....
Your mom always had the most delicious meals and prepared them in such a way that it seemed effortless.
What a very special and unique couple you were privileged to have as parents - what a blessing! They loved both of you beyond measure. You have made them proud in every way possible.
We send our deepest sympathy and love to you and know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

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Las Vegas, May 2013

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Matching dresses sewn by her!

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Chiefs are going to the Super Bowl!

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London, November 2015

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Birthday dinner celebration

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Cold Chiefs game in 2017

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FROM THE FAMILY

Las Vegas, May 2013

FROM THE FAMILY

Matching dresses sewn by her!

FROM THE FAMILY

Chiefs are going to the Super Bowl!

FROM THE FAMILY

London, November 2015

FROM THE FAMILY

Birthday dinner celebration

FROM THE FAMILY

Cold Chiefs game in 2017

FROM THE FAMILY

Mexico, November 2019

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Fun with tiki drinks

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Dinner with friends in April 2021

Biography

Patricia A. Hood passed away from her battle with cancer on April 27, 2021. She is loved and remembered by her daughters, Kaitlyn and Rebecca. She is proceeded in death by her husband, Dr. Roger Hood. Patricia was born in Harrisburg, Illinois in 1948 to Floyd and Bernideen Teply.

She and Roger lived in Oregon, Germany, Massachusetts and New York before moving to Kansas City to raise their girls. Patricia enjoyed cooking, gardening and reading, but her favorite role was being a mom. From swimming parties and sewing matching outfits when they were young, to tailgating at football games and traveling with her daughters recently- she was not just the best, but the very best mom anyone could ever hope for.

A private service will be held for family.

Memorials can be made in her honor to the Susan Love Foundation: https://www.classy.org/give/153195/#!/donation/checkout