OBITUARY

Wilma "Pat" Patricia Julius

July 25, 1932November 22, 2021
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Wilma “Pat” Patricia Julius, 89, of Wichita, KS, passed away on November 22, 2021. She was in her home surrounded by all her family, as she had always desired.

The funeral services will be held at Lakeview Funeral Home on November 27th at 2 p.m. Funeral arrangements are being handled by Lakeview Funeral Home.

Pat was born near Alva, Wyoming at the family home on July 25th, 1932.

She attended grade school at the country school near their home and then attended and graduated from Spearfish High School in 1950.

Pat was married to Melvin John Hunt on August 5, 1950. Pat and Melvin had 5 children. Melvin died from an accident on August 24, 1957.

Pat married Roy Glenn Julius on July 5, 1959. They were married 62 years. They added 4 more daughters to the family.

Pat was a lady of many talents. Most of all, she was a loving wife, Mom, grandmother and great grandmother. She loved to bake, garden, paint, quilt, sew and write letters to friends and family. She was an active member of the Community of Christ Church and was a true example of a Christ like life. This was confirmed in the special relationship developed with Loan Bui.

Pat is survived by her loving spouse, Roy Julius, children Dena Hayashino (Paul) of Spearfish, SD; Lonny Hunt (Tereza) Wichita, KS; Jerry Hunt, Upton, WY; Debbie Stoddard (Gordon) Glenrock, WY; Melinda Kruckenberg (Marty) Great Bend. KS; Jenna Livingston, Cody, WY; Patty Bruce (Ron) Pine Haven, WY; Nancy Julius (Guy) Clearwater, KS; Janet Capps (Jeff) Park City, KS; 24 grandchildren and 54 great grandchildren.

Pat was preceded in death by first husband Melvin Hunt, parents William and Hildur McAmis, 7 sisters and one brother, 2 grandsons and 2 great grandsons.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Victory of the Valley and Webb Road Community of Christ, 3500 S. Webb Road, Wichita, KS 67210-1828.

Services

  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, November 27, 2021

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Mavis Kennedy

November 29, 2021

I send my love and prayers to this family. Memories are so many good times and will be in my prayers always. Love from here in Arizona

Anne Bounds

November 27, 2021

My heart goes out to Aunt Pat's family.......a beautiful woman who exuded warmth and empathy. My first memory of Aunt Pat is as a 6-year-old and visiting her home/farm on Reecer Creek (WA); she had such a big smile and was so welcoming. It was this same Aunt Pat who always made sure that her kids (now in Wyoming) would see their Washington grandparents every summer. Our grandparents so looked forward to this; it must not have been easy, both economically and emotionally........but family was so very important to Pat. Thanks for all the photos.......and in these you can tell the importance of family. I did have to chuckle once......the accordion pic. They could have been an accordion trio (Aunt Pat, Aunt Peg,and Aunt Mary.) Love to you all.....

LaDonna Hatch

November 27, 2021

Love this whole family. I grew up with the kids next door. Patty is still one of my best friends. Pat was a true Christian and a very loving person. I will miss chatting with her on occasion. My deepest sympathies to the Julius family! The best neighbors in the best town on earth! I will be thinking of you all during this time. Love you All! LaDonna

Rene & Bev Watts

November 26, 2021

It’s hard to turn the page when you know someone won’t be in the next chapter but the story must go on...
Thinking of you all ❤️
Love Rene & Bev

Kenny Hunt

November 26, 2021

I was sorry to hear of the loss of Pat. She was a wonderful woman, mother, and grandmother. She will be missed.
Thinking of you in this hard time.
Love Kenny

Martin Kruckenberg

November 24, 2021

some times they would bring a meal to our house in Buhler. It was the best meal on wheels that you could ever have. There was one time I had my doubts because Pat was going to fry chicken in our electric skillets. We had one almost new one and one that I was going to throw away because, well my chicken never turn out eatable. Pat said she would try it and I look at Roy and he had that little grin on his face like he knew I was about to get schooled. I still think the skillet is bad but the chicken was fantastic. Pat always amaze me with her cooking and all the cards she would send to everyone for all occasion. PAT you were everybody's mom. RIP

Jennifer Helberg

November 24, 2021

My heart goes out to you and your family. Pat is one of the best people I know. I love hearing her stories and chatting about everyday life. I will miss her dearly. I am so sorry for your loss.

Nathan Lopez

November 24, 2021

RG & Family,

Carolyn & I were so sorry to hear about Pat’s passing this past week. My fondest memory of Pat was the look on her face when I would bring her fresh mistletoe back from Oklahoma. It was quite the site for me to climb the tree to cut her fresh mistletoe for those of you that know me. I only got to do it for a couple years back in the late 80’s then RG sent me to Wyoming. I was truly blessed to meet such a wonderful person. We all know that God will take Great Care of her now.

Our Deepest Sympathy,
Nathan & Carolyn Lopez

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Roy and Pat's wedding - July 1959

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Roy and Pat's wedding - July 1959

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