Patty Lou Huffaker
September 10, 1937 – September 9, 2018
Patty was 80, she passed away peacefully on September 9, 2018 in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Born as an identical twin (Betty Lou) September 10, 1937 to Ancil and Louise Richardson in Canon City, Colorado. She is survived by her loving family; daughter Cheryl (Roger) Phipps, daughter Linda (Greg) Focht, son David (Tamara) Sego, grandchildren; Cori, Jared, Christine, Ericka, Stephanie, Tyler, Steven, Anna, Caty, Loren and Evan, 15 great grandchildren, with one more on the way. siblings; brother Tom Richardson, Larry Richardson, Wanda Gail Rice. Preceded in death by her husband, Raymond Huffaker, son Brian Sego, daughter, Sandra Ivey, parents, Ancil & Louise Richardson, twin sister, Betty Lou Harper, brother Boyd Richardson.
She grew up in Denver, Colorado on 6th and Lipan. Patty and her twin sister Betty often traded places to create a challenge for those that knew them.
She married Irving Sego who was in the Air Force. They moved many times and raised 5 children during his military career. They divorced and Patty settled in Colorado for the next 46 years.
She married Bill Dick, finished raising her children and opened her own dry cleaner and alterations business in Aurora, Colorado. After Bills death she sold her business. She moved into her parents home in Lakewood, Colorado, she took care of them for many years.
She married Raymond Huffaker, in 1994 and they made a nice home for themselves in Denver Colorado. They traveled all over the western United States. Raymond passed away in March 2016. After Raymond's death she moved to Cheyenne Wyoming to live with her son David and his family.
Patty really loved the Colorado Rockies, Todd Helton was her guy! She loved tending to her flower gardens. She enjoyed gambling in Black Hawk, and was very passionate about her dogs, Ruby and Lilly. She loved doing puzzle's with her great grand children after school.
Patty had a sharp sense of humor and you always knew what was on her mind. She served the Lord in many ways and was very strong in her faith. She went back to college at over 50 years old and completed her GED education, it was a very proud moment in her life. She will be terribly missed by all her family.
Patty always said "Getting old ain't for chickens" "Putting on your lipstick everyday was the best thing you could do for yourself"
- Funeral Service Monday, September 17, 2018
- Reception Monday, September 17, 2018