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Patricia Anne Johnson

September 20, 1948 - May 28, 2021


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    Corinna Johnson says

    Thinking back to all the good times. And feeling thankful for all the wonderful memories.
    Knowing you are safe with God and that we will all be together again is comforting. I love you Pat❤️
    Sending all my love to Tracy and Parker.

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    Parker Konsdorf says

    Miss you grandma… Miss our adventures and time together. Not the same without you. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Love you so much, I wish I could hug you right now❤️😢🥺

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    Parker Konsdorf says

    Still can’t believe it’s been 1 year… Not a day goes by that I miss you. We did our tribute and kept our promise. We spread your ashes back home. Not the same without you. We love you and miss you a whole bunch❤️❤️‍🩹💯💔

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    Parker Konsdorf says

    Hey Grandma, wanted to tell you that things been hard lately. Wish you were here to help. Misty is up there with you now running and cuddling with you. We’re just going day by day. Miss you tons and love you.

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    Parker Konsdorf says

    Hey Grandma, the struggle is real around here. Mom is missing you more and more. She won’t ride the bike, she barely is wanting to do anything together. Birthday is coming up, I only wish is to have you around somehow and give you a hug. I miss you, I just try not to show it to anyone else or even mom… Love you, see you later on.

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Patricia Anne Johnson, 72, of West Lafayette passed away at Franciscan Health at 3:20 AM on Friday, May 28, 2021. She was born on September 20, 1948 to the late Francis Wilson Parker and Marjorie Sonnborn.

Patricia was an avid reader and enjoyed going on long car rides. She loved to work hard and meet new people. What she loved more than anything was spending time with her Grandson Parker. They went out to lunch every Sunday and Parker often helped her grocery shop. These were precious memories for Patricia. Miss Pat was a devoted mother, grandmother, and friend who will be dearly missed.

Patricia is survived by her Daughter, Tracy Konsdorf, grandson Parker Kondsdorf-both of West Lafayette; Sister Nancy McClain of Indianola, IA ; brother Virgil (Cindy) Parker of Eugene, OR; cats Cagney & Lacey, Lisa Moore and her beloved coworkers at Speedway and the Sheriff’s Department.

She is preceded in death by brother Dave Parker. Per the families wishes, no services are being held at this time.

Tippecanoe Funeral and Cremation Services is assisting with the arrangements.