OBITUARY

Pat L Stampfli

February 11, 1940September 20, 2020

Patricia Louise Parker Stampfli, our mom, grandma, sister, aunt and friend, went peacefully to heaven on September 20, 2020. She was born February 11, 1940 in Wichita Falls, Texas to Ward and Evelyn Parker. She went to school in Wichita Falls, attending Carrigan Elementary, Reagan Jr. High and graduated from Wichita Falls Senior High in 1958. She was very proud to be a Coyote. When the Rider baseball team went to State in 2005, she was quick to let you know it took a Coyote, Coach, Kerry Hargrove, to get them there. Pat’s working life was in banking. She went to work at City National Bank in 1958 and retired from First National Bank of Byers Cattleman’s Branch in 2002. She supported Staci, Lance and DJ in all their interests over the years. She especially enjoyed being in the Mother’s Club while Lance played football and baseball at Rider. She was also thrilled when DJ chose Old High and was a Coyote, too. Pat is survived by her daughter Staci Stampfli, her son Lance Stampfli, her grandsons DJ Edwards and Daniel Clements, and her sister Jo Caddell. She is also survived by her nephews Mark McQuerry and Matt McQuerry, her niece Tara Morgan, along with 8 great nephews, 2 great nieces, 2 great great nephews, one great great niece with another great great niece on the way. Pat also leaves behind her best friend of 76 years Gail Simpson, and her friend and neighbor since 1959 Joyce Murdock, who seldom left her side since we brought Mom home on August 28th under hospice care. A graveside celebration of Pat’s life is scheduled on Wednesday, September 23 at 11:00 AM at Hampton Vaughan Crestview Memorial Park. At Mom’s request there will be no visitation or viewing. Online condolences and memories may be shared at www.hamptonvaughancrestview.com

  • FAMILY

  • Staci Stampfli, Daughter
  • Lance Stampfli, Son
  • DJ Edwards, Grandson
  • Daniel Clements, Grandson
  • Jo Caddell, Sister
  • Mark McQuerry, Nephew
  • Matt McQuerry, Nephew
  • Tara Morgan, Niece
  • Ward Parker, Father (deceased)
  • Evelyn Parker, Mother (deceased)
  • Pat is also survived by her8 great nephews, 2 great nieces, 2 great great nephews, one great great niece with another great great niece on the way. Pat also leaves behind her best friend of 76 years Gail Simpson, and her friend and neighbor since 1959 Joyce Murdock, who seldom left her side since we brought Mom home on August 28th under hospice care.

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  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Memories

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Dennis Lynch

September 24, 2020

Pat and I went the same schools as well. Carrigan, Reagan, and Old High. Always a lady. So Sorry for your loss. Prayers for your family.

Traci McNair

September 23, 2020

Staci, your mom welcomed Rob and I into there home. I was an Air Force wife and full time student. Pat was my Mom away from home. I'll never forget her kindness.
Traci

Kim (Jackson) Hoover

September 23, 2020

What a great lady! Pat was a big part of my life for many years through high school and college! From dog trials, to ball games- we shared the bleachers at lots and lots of ball games ⚾️ . I always considered Pat my other mother & even though I didn’t become her daughter-in-law, she attended my wedding & even came into the brides room to give me her blessing. Years later, she asked that I bring my baby to meet Grandma Pat. She always had such a big heart and was always making sure everyone had what they needed - ALWAYS putting everyone before herself!
I will always remember you Pat - as I definitely have lots of memories with you to reflect back on. Those memories I will treasure forever!❤️😢

Doris Pohlemann

September 22, 2020

Dearest Staci and family,
I’m so very sorry for your loss. I will pray for your heart to be healed. You are in my thoughts and prayers. 🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻

Aileen Kelley

September 22, 2020

Pat and I became friends about 45 years ago. She was the perfect southern lady to this Minnesota born gal. We had many wonderful times traveling and spending evenings together. The multitude of photos from those times brings me sweet memories and will keep her forever alive in my heart. My deepest condolences to her family and I pray that they find the peace that she has found.

Barbara Van Ruyckevelt

September 22, 2020

Pat was beautiful and always had a joyful personality. I always admired her for her unending energy and love of life. My thoughts are with Lance and Staci and family. Condolences to both Jo and Tara and I know she will be missed terribly.

Love and peace to all.

Barbara

Sue Lang

September 22, 2020

Pat and I went to school together from Carrigan thru high school. She was always a beautiful and gracious lady . All through school there was always a smile and a hi or a wave.
I’m so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with your family.
Matthew 5:4

Darlene Skinner

September 22, 2020

I met Pat my last year in high school. Later our paths crossed as our daughters became friends in first grade and continue today as good friends. Good memories.

Church staff, Faith Baptist Church, Wichita Falls

September 22, 2020

Our sympathy in the death of your mom. Our prayers and concern are with you at this time of loss. May God give you His strength and surround you with His peace and love.

Julie Nichols

September 22, 2020

Oh the memories I share with Pat! We had so much fun working together, and the talks we had are forever cherished. I have since become good friends with her daughter Staci, and son Lance. May God wrap His arms around them. Love you guys!

FROM THE FAMILY

Biography

Patricia Louise Parker Stampfli, our mom, grandma, sister, aunt and friend, went peacefully to heaven on September 20, 2020.
She was born February 11, 1940 in Wichita Falls, Texas to Ward and Evelyn Parker.
She went to school in Wichita Falls, attending Carrigan Elementary, Reagan Jr. High and graduated from Wichita Falls Senior High in 1958. She was very proud to be a Coyote. When the Rider baseball team went to State in 2005, she was quick to let you know it took a Coyote, Coach, Kerry Hargrove, to get them there.
Pat’s working life was in banking. She went to work at City National Bank in 1958 and retired from First National Bank of Byers Cattleman’s Branch in 2002.
She supported Staci, Lance and DJ in all their interests over the years. She especially enjoyed being in the Mother’s Club while Lance played football and baseball at Rider. She was also thrilled when DJ chose Old High and was a Coyote, too.
Pat is survived by her daughter Staci Stampfli, her son Lance Stampfli, her grandsons DJ Edwards and Daniel Clements, and her sister Jo Caddell. She is also survived by her nephews Mark McQuerry and Matt McQuerry, her niece Tara Morgan, along with 8 great nephews, 2 great nieces, 2 great great nephews, one great great niece with another great great niece on the way. Pat also leaves behind her best friend of 76 years Gail Simpson, and her friend and neighbor since 1959 Joyce Murdock, who seldom left her side since we brought Mom home on August 28th under hospice care.
A graveside celebration of Pat’s life is scheduled on Wednesday, September 23 at 11:00 AM at Hampton Vaughan Crestview Memorial Park. At Mom’s request there will be no visitation or viewing.
Online condolences and memories may be shared at www.hamptonvaughancrestview.com

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