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Popham, Patricia E., age 81

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Date of Birth: 9/2/1935

Date of Death: 1/24/2017

Services: Saturday 11:00 AM at John A. Gentleman Mortuaries, 72nd Street Chapel, 1010 N. 72nd Street, Omaha, Nebraska  68114.

Visitation: Visitation with the family, Friday 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM at John A. Gentleman Mortuaries, 72nd Street Chapel, 1010 N. 72nd Street, Omaha, Nebraska  68114.

Interment: Westlawn Hillcrest Memorial Park

Patricia had great love for all of her family, and love of St. Louis.  She truly enjoyed working at First Data, where she worked until the age of 72.

 Preceded in death by parents, Austin Patrick and Bessie Gunter; siblings, Beatrice King, Lucille Metz, Alberta Lyons, Austin Gunn, Jr.; brother in law, Cecil Popham.

 Survived by husband of 66 years, Melvin Popham; daughters, Linda S. (Kerry) Juntti, Annette M. Brake; grandchildren, Amanda Juntti, Austin (Katie) Brake, Ashton Brake and Andre Brake, Airiona Brake; great grandson, Brayden Brake; brother in law, Bob Lyons, Sr.; nieces, Shelia Wolf, Elaine Lohman; nephew, Bob Lyons, Jr.; numerous great nieces and nephews.  We send our thanks to the great staff at Silver Memories.  We thank you, Janelle Burt, for your wonderful care and kindness as her caregiver.

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Comments (6)

  • Bonnie King

    I'm sorry to hear of Aunt Pat's passing but I hope she is enjoying the reunion with all her siblings in heaven.

  • Gayle Turner

    Remember the love there is a lot of it in your family.
    Praying for your healing.

  • Robert Lyons

    Pat Popham was the best sister-in-law I could ever ask for. She was an elegant lady. Pat will be missed.
    Love you forever Pat.

  • Denise Polson

    It was great to know this wonderful lady as we both were growing up, Linda. I wish I could be there to support you and your family. Love and peace ....Denise

  • Bob Lyons

    Aunt Pat, you have always been there for your family in St. Louis! So many memories, but I love when you got mad at me for not opening my Christmas gift before I went to church. I didn't know it was a tie lol. I love you so much!

  • Darlene Trotter

    My prayers go out to you and your family Annette. Your mother sounds like a special person who lived a full, loving life, surrounded by a warm circle of family and friends. How blessed you were to have her with you until God decided it was time for her to come home.

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