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Patricia L. Beck

March 26, 1962 ~ January 4, 2022 (age 59)

Obituary

Patricia L. Beck, 59, formerly of Davenport and Rock Island, passed away on Tuesday, January 4, 2022 at Genesis Medical Center – East Campus, Davenport. No services are planned at this time.

 

Born, Patricia, she was affectionately known as Trish(a) to her family and friends, and to some of her youngest grandchildren as "Memyawh". She fought strong in her battle against heart disease and COPD for the last 4 years. 

 

Trisha enjoyed visits with her grandkids, gaming at Rhythm City, pre-pandemic marketplace sales, and video chats with her loved ones when she didn't feel well enough to leave the house. She also enjoyed chatting over a Diet Mountain Dew, having simple discussions and chats about the Bible, and playing with her ESA dog, Bobby.

 

She was strong as steel, but compassionate to those close to her. Some would say, she wore her heart on her sleeve. Simple etiquette made her day (please and thank you). Patricia was proud of her son, Steven's accomplishments in billiards, She loved watching the geese from her apartment at Watchill, as well as collecting Disney items and other collectibles.  

 

Survivors include her daughter, Courtney (Anthony George Sr.)  Miles; son, Steven (Karissa) Parlow; grandchildren, who she loved equally, from oldest to youngest, Asia, Ember, Kaydence Kimberly, Kortlynd Daniel, Koreyann Patricia, Kendzley Pearl, Anthony George Jr, Trayvon Patrick; her identical twin sister,  Pamela Sue and her husband Bobby Hookham; sisters; Vicky Norris, Sherry Norris, Lori, and Mouse of Tulsa, Oklahoma, brother; Bill Beck, Additionally survived by ex-husband Peter Parlow, Last but not least various foster kids that where an extension of her family, nieces and nephews, Daniel, David, Hannah, Chelsey, Grace, as well as various friends and relatives. To all her kids and bests of friends she would say "I Love You HoneyBee". 

She was preceded in death by her nephews; Drew and Kelley and great niece, Angel.

 

To her mixed grandchildren, she liked to remind them their black/ brown is beautiful, “STAY PROUD” of who you are. 

 

“Love, Love” are among the last notes she wrote. To honor Trisha’s memory, love one another. In lieu of flowers and for anyone blessed enough to honor her memory in a financial means, we ask that memorials may be directed to McGinnis-Chambers Funeral Home.

 

Rest easy and enjoy holding your baby girl, Hollie Nicole. Watch over your nephews, say “hi” to Zues, Betcha and Yoshi. By all means enjoy a good laugh with your good buddy Mr.Wanke. 

 

You gained your wings way too soon. You will be missed forever. 

 

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