Patricia Ann Peppiatt

Patricia Ann Peppiatt, 89, of White Lake, Mi., passed peacefully from this life to be with the Lord on Friday February 3, 2017 at Autumn Ridge of Clarkston.
Pat was born in Detroit on September15, 1927 to the late Donald R. and Dorothy Maxwell. She moved with her family to White Lake at the age of 8 years old. She graduated from Milford High school in1945.
On October 22, 1949, Pat was married to the love of her life, Kenneth LeRoy Peppiatt and spent over 67 blissful years embraced in his arms. Together, they raised and are survived by four daughters; Pamalee (James) Wolf of Waterford, Ruth (Oliver) Peppiatt-Prudhomme of Pontiac, Gloria (William) Kennard of White Lake, Brenda (Gregory) Farris of Cherokee Vlg., Ark., 10 grandchildren, 21 great grandchildren, 1 grandbird, nieces, nephews, extended family and countless friends. Pat was preceded in death by her parents and her brother Sidney R. Maxwell.
Pat was a loving wife, mother and grandmother.Her family and friends meant the world to her and she loved witnessing for the Lord. She was an avid nature and animal lover and could spend hours reveling in God’s creation and the beauty she could always find around her. She was a gifted poet, an incredibly talented crocheter, cake decorating artist and very productive gardener. Virtually every year’s vacation was spent traveling and exploring different parts of the United States and Canada. She was always the navigator with maps and the Rand McNally tucked all around her while she made and passed out sandwiches for us all.
Memorial service is at Shekinah Temple Assembly of God Church 3535 Clintonville Rd., Waterford Twp. 48329 Saturday, February 11, 2017 at 11:00 a.m.. Pastor Gary Levi officiating. Luncheon to follow.

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  1. Sheran Maxwell Simo

    Our Aunt Pat was the most wonderful woman, holding us in love as a family once our parents (her brother/our father and mother) left us. She and Uncle Ken remained the link to our parents’ generation providing the link to our past. She was much loved and She will be missed. Rest in peace, Aunt Pat.

  2. I am so sorry for your loss. My Great Aunt Pat was an amazing woman. She was an incredible example as a Christian woman. Her love of nature inspired mine. She was kind and nurturing. Sending prayers.

  3. I am sorry for your loss. It is obvious that Pat lived life to the max and will be greatly missed!!

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