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    Patti June Lilly, age 82, of Lamar, MO, passed Friday, October 30, 2015 at Barton County Memorial Hospital.

     On June 2, 1933, Patti was born to J.D. Horton and Hazel (Webb) Horton at Kiowa, KS.  She was a graduate of Lamar High School 1951. She was married to Max Lilly on April 5, 1953 and together they raised two daughters.  She and Max owned and operated Lilly’s Department Store in Lamar for 25 years. She enjoyed cross stitch, scrapbooking, sewing for her two children and bowling on a league, but she loved and was so proud of her grandchildren. Patti was a member of Lamar United Methodist Church.

     Patti leaves behind two daughters, Debbie (Terry) Quick of Springfield, MO and Lisa Blanchard and friend Jorge of Lavista, NE; grandchildren, David Blanchard of Baton Rouge, LA, Aimee (Adam) Shelton, Bartlesville, OK, Melanie Blanchard, Baton Rouge, LA and Lauren Quick of Chicago, IL; and three great grandchildren, Ian, Ava and Max Shelton of Bartlesville, OK.

     Preceding her in death were her husband, Max Lilly on August 8, 2015; her parents and two brothers, Emmett Horton and Bob Horton.

     Service will be 2:00 pm Saturday, November 7, 2015 at Daniel Funeral Home, with burial to follow at Lake Cemetery.

     The family will receive friends 1:00 until service time, Saturday at the funeral home.

     Contributions are suggested to Alzheimer’s Association or American Cancer Society, in care of Daniel Funeral Home.

 

Comments  

#4 Lamar, Mo.Vickie Whyman 2015-11-04 09:23
Prayers for the family.
#3 Dee 2015-11-03 09:56
Praying for your family.. Rip Mrs Patti
#2 Baton Rouge, La.Melanie Blanchard 2015-11-03 09:21
I love you so much grandma, I'll treasure our memories forever in my mind and my heart. I'm so grateful to have been able to spend time with you over the summer, I enjoyed our talks and your laughter, feeding the birds together and looking at pictures. I know you are happy and well now with Papa and the Lord. We will see each other again.
#1 Jacksonville, FloridaRoy Horton Davis 2015-11-01 11:30
Rest in peace my dear Aunt Patty. I will greatly miss our phone conversations. From 800 miles away you always comforted me and kept me in your thoughts and prayers. I love you always!

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