In Memoriam : Patricia Veleba

Patricia June Veleba - age: 88
(June 03, 1928 to December 01, 2016 )
Resident of Topock, Arizona

Visitation Information:
Patricia June Veleba, formerly of Exeter passed away in Topock AZ at the age of 88. She was a Avon Saleswoman. A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, February 25, 2017 at 3:00 pm at Evans Miller Guinn Chapel. Burial was in the Exeter District Cemetery.

Patricia was born in Santa Barbara to John Paul and Bertha Mae Farkason. She came to Exeter in 1971 where she met and married Dean Veleba on August 31, 1963. They married in National City CA. She traveled with her husband in the Navy until 1968. They made their home in San Diego until moving to Exeter 1971. Dean passed away in June of 1991. She was employed by Avon Products since 1981. Pat move to Topock AZ to be near her family.

Carrie Oldham - December 21, 2016Contact this person Contact this person
We love and miss you Granny Pat! You were the greatest grandma anyone could ask for. So glad you adopted us as your grandkids 43 years ago. Tell all our family we love and miss them all. You all will always be in our hearts. Love your grandkids, Mark, Marci and Carrie and all your great grandkids!

Marci Harness - December 22, 2016Contact this person Contact this person
Grammy Pat......May you fly with the Angels. Never in my life could I imagine you not in our lives. You will FOREVER be missed. The truly unconditional love you shared with our family helped to shape us into who we are!!! I know you are definately sitting at the throne of God singing in the choir and dancing your heart out!!! I will never forget the stories you shared and some of the very most important facts you taught me!! From the way you held my hand while the stiched my face up, to the many trips we yoom, and the hours of listening and hugging you were always there in a wonderful way for me. My whole life i have shared with all who know me that u taght me to be positive in life and to love unconditionally. And when you see Mr Chips and Mr. Lucky please take a roll on the floor with them for me.....they are missed so much still all these years later