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Patsy L. (Scott) Hapner
January 16, 1949 ~ February 7, 2024 (age 75) 75 Years Old
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Patsy Louise Hapner, age 75 of Elkhart, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, February 7, 2024. Patsy was born January 16, 1949, in Charleston, West Virginia to the late Garnett and Beulah (Blake) Scott.
She leaves to cherish her memory her son, Roger (Tina) Woods of Goshen and her stepchildren Chris Ratcliff of Bristol, Lori Wooldridge of Elkhart, Mark Hapner of Elkhart and Nancy Hapner of Florida. She is also survived by her grandchildren Vicki Fletter, Garnetta Robbins, Jon Hapner, Ben Hapner, Billy Hapner, Sariah (Jerry) Miller and Amber (Brandon) Claar, along with 12 great grandchildren. Surviving as well are her siblings, Shirley McNabb, Roger Ray Scott, and Cora Parker, all of West Virginia, and Sharon (Paul) Hapner of Elkhart. She was preceded in death by her siblings Rodney Scott, Robin Johnson and Bonnita Huebner.
Visitation will be held 2 hours prior to the 2:00 funeral service on Thursday, February 15, 2024, at Mount Moriah Church, 23460 Co Rd 30, Goshen, IN 46526 with interment to follow in Solomon Creek Cemetery. Cruz Family Funeral Home of Osceola has been entrusted with her care. **A livestream of her funeral will begin at 1:50 pm and may be viewed in the window below. **
Patsy held several different positions throughout her career but was extremely proud of her work as a patient care advocate for Greencroft in Goshen. In her spare time, she enjoyed traveling, especially to Branson, Missouri and loved to spend time cooking for others. She loved the holidays and loved to spend time planning family gatherings. The fudge she would make from her old family recipe was enjoyed by all at Christmastime and she was never one to forget a birthday. Patsy loved to make special meals like ribs, and Salisbury steak for her family on their birthdays. In her younger years, Patsy loved to dance and tried to pass her love for dancing to her son, Roger. She attended Mount Moriah Church with her son and enjoyed listening to the Praise Team sing. Her warm and friendly manner endeared her to the children at the Church and she enjoyed the big hugs and special pictures they would give her when she walked in the doors.
Most of all, Patsy will be remembered as a loving mom who was fair, generous and hospitable to everyone she met.
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