Pat enjoyed gardening, painting, and her grandchildren.
She was reunited in Heaven with her grandson, J.T.; and two sisters, Florence M. Davis and Jacquelyn Partridge.
Surviving are her two children, Jerry Davis,
and Kimberlee (Brian) Terveer;
four granddaughters, Kristy Kicklighter, Tarin Forsyth,
Mackenzie Miller, and Alexandria Terveer;
nine great-grandchildren, Matthew, Natalie, and Lauren Kicklighter;
Kylee and Logan Davis;
Carter and Easton Forsyth;
and Andi Jean Mcmanus;
and three sisters, Jean-Marie Turner,
Dolores Joy Kuester,
and Mari Suzanne Kuester.
Her family will greatly miss her feisty nature, wild stories, and caring heart.
In lieu of flowers, Pat has requested that donations be made to the Arthritis Foundation in honor of her great-grandson, Carter. Condolences may be expressed to the family online at www.rennerfh.com.
Cremation services were held.
Condolences Left For Patricia Edwards
Pat and I became friends in 1974. I and my 2 children rented an apartment next to where Pat and her 2 children lived. In Upland CA. We are the same age and both born in October. Over the years we never stopped keeping in touch. Often we would call and say been thinking about you. Our calls were often at least an hour. But when she was sick our communication was with the help of her dear daughter Kim. Our children were close in age and we did a lot of fun things together. I will miss her forever we went thru some rough times together but we both had the Get Up Dust Yourself Off and continue on attitude. God Bless All of her family knowing she is with God and has No More pain. My Love to U’ll Her Dear Friend Ginger
Ginger Lee Happ, Menifee, CA, 92585
I will miss my dear Aunt Patty so very much. I am very happy she is no longer in pain and is with her beloved grandson J.T. and with her parents Florence and George Partridge, my mom Florence and my Aunt Jackie. I’m sure there will be many celebrations in heaven! Prayers are with my cousins, for their loss as it is great.
Robin Joy Davis Salazar, San Antonio, Tx., 78242
To Kim, Kristy , Kenzie & Alex,
Our heartfelt condolences to you for your loss. We know Pat was a unique force in each of your lives. Though her time on earth may not have lasted as long as you wanted, she is forever with you in memory. May you cherish the good times you had and remember the lessons she taught you. We want to be remembered in how strong of a role model we are to our loved ones; the laughter we inspired and the memories we made. May all your memories be colorful and joyful and may you carry her legacy in your hearts forever. We are so sorry for your loss and hope you can find peace within the sadness. She would want you to remember the good. ❤️
Shari & Chris Miller, Chicago, IL, 60606
Kim, Kristy, Kenzie and Alex,
So Sorry For Your Loss. Hugs, Thoughts and Prayers for You and Your Families During This Difficult Time.
Tami Hack, St. Louis , MO, 63139
We first met when we were 13 and 14 yrs old. She was our leader, 59 yrs. now, you knew where you stood with her, and she gave second chances ( even when we told her NO ) we stayed in touch always, my heart aches for Kim and Jerry, and for me.
Karen Mielke, Las Vegas, NV, 89115
So sorry for your loss. Pat was my good neighbor for a number of years and she is being missed as I write this.
Louis Turnbull, Mascoutah, Illinois, 62258-1136