Patricia Ann Glauser
July 21, 1936 – June 1, 2021
Patricia Ann Clute Glauser, also known as Nana, Pat, and Aunt Patsy, age 84, of Overland Park, KS passed away on June 1, 2021 at Delmar Gardens of Lenexa. Visitation will be from 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM on Sunday, June 6th at the McGilley & Hoge Johnson County Memorial Chapel, 8024 Santa Fe Drive, Overland Park, KS. Funeral services will be 10:00 AM on Monday, June 7th at the Chapel. Memorial contributions may be made to Overland Park Presbyterian Church, 7810 W. 79th Street, Overland Park, KS 66204. Pat was born on July 21, 1936 in Kansas City, MO and raised in Kansas City, MO. She graduated from Westport High School. Pat was married to John C. Glauser for 50 years before his passing. She still lived in the same house since their marriage 68 years ago. She loved her church and was an active member of Overland Park Presbyterian Church, where she had been a Deacon and then a Head Deacon. Pat loved her children and grandchildren. She was always generous and giving to her family, friends and neighbors. She was a homemaker until her kids were raised and gone from home. She then worked at Valley View United Methodist Church Mother’s Day Out for 17 years. Her enjoyment later in life was going to the Casinos with friends. She found pleasure watching her numerous wind spinners in her yard. Pat also enjoyed “Happy Hour” the last four months, while living at Garden Villas Assisted Living. Pat was preceded in death by her daughter, Joenell Glauser, and her husband, John C. Glauser. Survivors include her son, John P. Glauser (Patty); daughter, Diana Butler (Mike); five grandchildren, Curtis Glauser (Cody), Travis Glauser (Victoria), Abby Glauser (Taylor), Nick Butler (Shawna), Tyler Butler (Liz); eight great-grandchildren, Rylee, Ashlie, Samantha, Benny, Charlotte, Nathan, Penelope, and Toby; as well as cousins, and many nieces and nephews.
Overland Park Presbyterian Church
7810 W. 79th Street, Overland Park, Kansas 66204
Sunday, June 6, 2021
Monday, June 7, 2021
Monday, June 7, 2021
Patricia Ann Glauser
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June 17, 2021
O my best friend I'll miss you so very much all the good times we had together I'll never forget you and the kids love all of you
June 15, 2021
Aunt Patsy, so sorry to hear of your passing! You were always so full of life and gave me a chuckle on several occasions. A smile came to my face every time I saw your name! Hope you're at peace! Hugs! -Karen
Sue Ann Gallagher (Strotheide)
June 9, 2021
John Glauser worked for my dad (Todd Strotheide) at Missouri Pacific Bus Garage in the 1950s. My mom (Dorothy) and Pat became fast friends and was her second mom. We visited often. I was a kid and also occasional baby sitter. Since I was a mature child and Pat a young adult we were like friends. She was also like my big sister since my brother was only a few years younger than her. Eventually my dad was offered a transfer (another job due to MoPac dissolution) back to where my parents were from. Mom and I came back to visit several times over the years, but not nearly enough it seems. Wish it could have been more. No matter how much time passed, we could pick up where we left off. Pat was an endearing person. You just wanted to be around her and her magnetic personality. Now her children are like my younger siblings; how fitting as even the age difference is the same. I will forever cherish my memories and miss her. I know how she felt about me and my family because she told us~love enduring. She is now rejoined with her beloved John, whom I also adored. They were a great pair.
June 6, 2021
As long as I can remember, Pat and her family lived caddy corner from us. Her kids and I went to the same high school. Pat would come and visit us often. After my time of service in the army, my family a I stopped by and visited, it was a long 26 years as once (1977) , but the visit was wonderful like I never left the neighborhood. She will be missed
Sandie Holt. MOLER
June 4, 2021
We, the Moler’s, lived across the street from Pat and John for about 20 years. I even babysat JP and Diane! Johnny worked on our cars and always fixed them with no problem! Pat and John were great neighbors. A friend of mine from Shawnee Drive, Susan Powell, who lived just west of Pat, visited the old neighborhood a couple of years ago and dropped in to see Pat. She was surprised but recognized us right away! She was a darling lady!