Patricia Ann Listebarger

March 18, 1937 - May 31, 2014

Patricia Ann Listebarger

March 18, 1937 - May 31, 2014


Patricia Ann Listebarger passed away on May 31, 2014.
Pat was born in Bismarck, North Dakota on March 18, 1937 to George and Ann Schlabach. She grew up in Driscoll, North Dakota and after high school went to business school in Fargo, North Dakota. She lived in Westby, Montana for many years and then she moved to The Dalles, Oregon in 1973. She lived there and was an active member of Gateway Presbyterian Church until 1980.
In 1980 she married Earl Listebarger and not long after they moved to Blaine, Washington where she lived the rest of her days.
Pat loved her garden and her crafts. She loved to sing and dance. She also loved thrift stores, especially Value Village. She loved the hunt of the perfect treasures.
She is survived by her husband Earl of 34 years; her children from a previous marriage; Mike (Vicki) Kittelson of Westby, Montana, Mark Kittelson of Havre, Montana and Shelley (Mike) Telfer of The Dalles, Oregon. Pat is also survived by Earl’s children; her numerous grandkids and great grandkids; two sisters, Jan Martin of Cannon Beach and Barb Ness of Houston, Texas; and many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents; sisters Lois and Betty; and her brother Rex.
Pat will be remembered for her love for her family and for everyone she knew. She will be remembered especially for her love for her Jesus.
She will be forever missed and forever in our hearts!!!!
There will be 2 memorial services to celebrate her life, one in The Dalles and one in Blaine.

Farewell Tribute Information

The service in The Dalles will be on Saturday, June 7 at 2:00 pm at Gateway Presbyterian Church. The service in Blaine will be determined at a later date. Donations Information

In lieu of flowers, memorials my be made to The American Cancer Society which was always close to her heart.

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8 responses to Patricia Ann Listebarger

  1. Robin says:

    Pat is a truly amazing woman. I am blessed to have had her in my life. Even in all her pain she was the positive faithful inspiration I have had since losing my great grandmother. You will always be missed and never forgotten. When I think of you I smile and that means a lot! I love you Pat!

  2. My mama will forever be with me and I am beyond grateful!!! There are so many things I will miss. Her unconditional love, Her infectious laughter, her hugs, her amazing spirit so filled with Christ . She taught me how to live my life for HIM! I have said often she has prayed me to where I am today. Thank you Lord for the gift of my mama!!!! Everyone should have a Patricia Ann, but our family got the best one!! And she is dancing in the stars!!!!! I love you mama!!!!

  3. My loving wife will always be with me.She had so many health challenges and yet kept a strong faith and always more concern for those around her.I will definitley miss her

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