Patricia Ann Peters

08/14/1938 - 12/19/2023


Obituary For Patricia Ann Peters

Patricia Ann Peters, a beautiful, feisty, caring, and fun seeking being, has joined those she loves that have passed before her in heaven. She passed late afternoon on December 19, 2023. She will be missed greatly, though the fact that she is no longer in pain is rejoiced. Pat was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in February 2023 at the age of 84.
Pat was born in Cleveland, Ohio in August of 1938 to Frederick Peters and Frances Konchan. She is survived by her cat Brodie, two brothers, a sister and numerous nieces and nephews. As well as all the people she touched along her journey.
Pat was the kind of person that would give you the shirt off her back in your time of need. She loved to laugh and could pretty much tell a joke in any situation. She had a knack of befriending complete strangers in grocery store aisles and making everyone she met laugh. She was honest, to the point, and enjoyed the little things.
It is with a grateful heart that we would like thank the amazing support of the medical staff at MultiCare in Tacoma and the MultiCare Hospice team, along with her caregivers in her last place of residence in an adult home in Renton.
The extraordinary care and compassion they showed Pat is so appreciated. Pat wished to be cremated and spread in nature. There will not be a public funeral service. Instead, in her honor and memory; enjoy getting your hands in the dirt, offer a random person a smile or compliment and try not to take anything too seriously

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  • 01/20/2024

    Pat moved in across from, I welcomed her and we became friends. She was do full of energy and loved to make people laugh. She will definitely be missed and was so loved.

  • 01/20/2024

    I had the pleasure and honor of being her friend. Although we didn't have much time together she had enriched my life for the time we did have. I will always remember her quick wit...her strength...and her generosity. We shared many laughs and cries together. I will miss her.

  • 01/19/2024

    Thank you for your honesty and openness. You taught me so much just by being you.

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