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Crawford-Bowers Funeral Home

3220 South 31st Street, Temple, TX

OBITUARY

Patricia Loran Jarma

December 27, 1946July 25, 2020

Pat “Peanut” passed away at home peacefully on July 25th. She was a 1964 Temple High School graduate and worked in the healthcare industry for 30 years. Pat was a fine woman with an infectious laugh and indelible sense of humor. Anyone that knew her, loved her. She is survived by a daughter, Kim Austin, her husband Ryan and granddaughter Patty Beth. All of Fort Worth, Texas. Her son Kyle, his wife Julie and grandsons Jake and Cole. All of San Antonio, TX. Also, co-parent and life-long friend Bill Jarma. Brother and sister in law AJ & Lanelle Mikeska. Brother and sister in law Russell and Sandy Mikeska. Her nieces Lynn Mikeska, Kristy Mikeska, and Katie Britt. Nephews Michael Mikeska, and John Mikeska. Services will be private. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to Make-A-Wish Central & South Texas.

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Lisa Groom

August 3, 2020

Richard and I want to express our deepest sympathy to Pat's family. From the time Kyle and Julie announced their engagement, Pat made us feel like we were all one family. She was a very kind, generous and loving mother and "peanut" to her grandchildren. Pat was always ready to pitch in and help out however she could. She was always joyful and filled the house with laughter. She will be missed by all who were blessed to know her.
Richard & Lisa Groom

Nelda Howton

August 2, 2020

We are so very sorry for your loss! She was a wonderful lady who loved her family and friends! Our prayers are with your family at this time.
Sincerely,
Eddy and Nelda Howton

Judy Taylor

August 2, 2020

Billy, Kim and Kyle,

I was so sorry to hear of Pat's passing, way too soon. Pat was a friend for many years, knowing her through school. She never lacked a smile for anyone. She was fun, caring and a friend to many. My condolences to the entire Mikeska and Jarma families. She will be missed.

Judy Boren Taylor

JERRY Jones

August 2, 2020

Prayers with the Jarma’s & Mikeska’s & Family.
Love you all & Pat was always Spirited & with life👊🏼✝️✌️

Sharon Bierds

August 1, 2020

Dear Billy, Kim & Kyle,
We have so many wonderful memories of our families and times we spent together. We are so sorry for your loss. Pat was a special person-always ready with a a laugh and smile. Your are in our thoughts and prayers,
Love,
Sharon, Drew, Mark, and Matt Bierds

Tammie Matthews Frenzel

July 30, 2020

Kim, Kyle & Bill,

I have not seen Pat in a long time, but I can still hear her laugh. She will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Terry and Tammie

Lisa Jenkins

July 30, 2020

I am so very sad to see this. Pat was always one of my favorite people. I used to love the way her and my dad kidded each other. Pat never failed to make us all laugh. I always thought her smile made her one of the most beautiful people I knew growing up. My condolences and love to Kyle, Kim and Uncle Bill. I love you all and will always have happy memories of the good times we had. RIP Pat Jarma you were definitely one of a kind. ♥️🙏

Wayne Fulton

July 30, 2020

We are so sorry for your loss. We will keep your family in our thoughts and prayers.
Wayne, Paula and Jess Fulton

Sylvia (Head) Stephens

July 30, 2020

Most of my childhood and teenage memories include Pat. We were neighbors and went through elementary, junior high and high school together. We had lots of sleepovers, hung out at the Chuck Wagon and danced at Tom Sefcik’s with boys our mothers wouldn’t have approved of. After we both married and lived in separate cities, we kept in touch but didn’t see each other except at class reunions. A group of “girls” who had grown up together began to meet in Temple once a year and the YaYa’s were born. My friendship and love for Pat spanned six decades and my life was enriched by having known her. Our times together were precious and I will miss her.

Ann Fuller

July 29, 2020

Dear Bill, Kim and Kyle,

We are are so sorry for your loss. You and your Families and in our prayers. Love you all .

Aunt Ann & Larry

FROM THE FAMILY