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Patricia Sue Juett

Died: Sun., Mar. 27, 2011

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Patricia Sue Juett, 78, a resident of Riverdale, Iowa died Sunday, March 27, 2011 at the Clarissa C. Cook Hospice House, Bettendorf, Iowa.

                As per her wishes there will be no services.  Memorials may be made to a charity of the donor’s choice.

                Patricia was born January 6, 1933 in Muncie, Indiana.  She was a graduate of Burris High School in Muncie.  She worked for many years as an office manager for WIC until her retirement.

                She enjoyed growing flowers and taking care of her yard.  She was devoted to her family and loved babysitting for them, especially her three great-grandsons.

                Those left to honor her memory include her children, Bill Shorter, Bettendorf, Iowa, Barb (Don) Wright, Riverdale, Iowa and Ben (Patty) Shorter, Walcott, Iowa; her grandchildren, Jeremy (Trish) Allshouse, B.J. Shorter, Dennis Lund Jr., Kimberly Shorter, Zach Shorter and Karissa Shorter; her great-grandsons, Hunter, Carter and Spencer Allshouse; her sisters, Dorothy Schull, Williamsburg, Indiana and Doris Ortosky, Durham, North Carolina and her brother, James (Norma) Juett, Whispering Pines, North Carolina.

                She was preceded in death by her daughter, Brenda Lynne, her parents and her sisters Faye and Delores.

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Deb & Rick Miller
It will be the little things that you will remember, the quiet moments, the smiles, the laughter. And although it may seem hard right now, it will be the memories of these little things that will help to push away the pain and bring the smiles back again. Our hearts go out to you in your time of sorrow.

Sherri + John Voelliger
I am sorry for the loss of your mother. When I saw you Saturday, I apologize for not speaking, as I was not focus- an was not expecting to see you there either... May all your great memories, help heal the pain during these times of sorrow...

Ted Schull
Barb, Ben and Bill: I will remember your mom with love and affection always. She was always one of the fun aunts! I'll miss her.... Hope you guys are doing well...


Jayne (Schull) Kercheval
Dearest cousins Bill, Barb, & Ben, Your mom's smile is forever etched in my mind. I have fond memories of the times we got to be together. May you all be comforted that her love will be with you always. Praying you peace.

Peggy (Wallis) Crawford
Dear Cousins, I will forever remember your mother with a great smile and laugh as she and Mom always had laughter when they were together. When we were all much younger. Hope that soon all the wonderful memories will fill some of the ache left in your hearts with her passing. Know she is never far as long as the memories reside in your hearts and mind.

Not a day will go by that I wont think of you. I have so many awesome memories of playing rumikub easily until 1 am and no matter how young I was, never letting me cheat! Not to mention you were without a doubt the best go fish partner I could have ever asked for! I love to remember many things of growing up and just seeing you but one of my favorite things to think of is to think back seeing you just sitting at the kitchen table with your dictionary and your crossword. :O) I can still see your smile and hear you laughing from all the good times. Like that time you, kim, and I were eating pretzels and you started knawing your cigarette on accident. Or the time you walked in the living room and caught me and Zach doing that senior yoga video. Or on of the funniest of all I think when you, kim, and I got in the wrong car after leaving the pet store. Thank goodness we saw that toy! Just so many wondeful things...... I thank god everyday now that I had so much time with you, especially the time I had when I was young. Although I still wish it had been more I have so many amazing memories of you and all of us. I will never forget all our hobo and los amigos trips. Or the very first time you tried to make daddys italian sasuage meatballs for me... I could go on for literally days about things that used to make us laugh and shows and movies we loved to watch together.... There are many things I wish I could have thanked you for before you slipped away but I hope you know how thankful I am to have you and im sorry that I wasnt always the greatest. In fact im sure I was prob a pain in your side for the most part. I was not ready to let you go but I am happier that you can rest in peace now. I love you always Nana please never forget that. And You, Aunt Brenda and Grandpa watch over me and the family please. Oh and feel free at anytime to give me a good whack with a tree limb or whatever to make your point or even just for good a laugh! I love you Nana!! I miss you........

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