Patricia J. Stanton

Age 66, passed away July 29, 2019. She was born November 23, 1952, in Lansing, to Howard and Helen Stanton.

Patricia loved her kids and grandkids – she lived for them! She enjoyed chocolate, Diet Pepsi, ice cream, and making Greek food.  She was a big fan of The Walking Dead and scary movies. She loved living next door to Judy Jones and Missy and Scott Brennan. Patricia also adored her dog, Ace.

She was very selfless and was willing to help anyone. She took many people under her wing – Wayne and Tracy Deshazier in particular. She will be deeply missed.

She is survived by her children, Michael (Christina) Houser, Jamie (Louis IV) Cooks, Timothy Houser, Travis (Rebecca) Stanton, and Brooklyn Houser-Stanton; grandchildren, Makayla, Michael III, and Juliana Houser, Brandon and Connor Hundt, Louis Cooks V, Alexis Cooks, Timothy Houser, Jr., Kharsun Stanton, Zylen Debolt, and Nevaeh Stanton; great-grandson, Eli Michael Hundt; brother, Howard “Skip” Stanton; sisters, Carol Fosburg, Betsy Caesar, and Debbie Powell; many nieces, nephews and extended family; and her longtime friend, Ronald Glen Vaughn. She was preceded in death by her parents, and brother Bob “Bodie” Stanton.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.  Memorial contributions may be made to Patricia’s family in care of her son, Michael Houser, to go towards Brooklyn’s care.

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Keith jason eckhoff
July 30, 2019 at 3:27 pm

She will be missed. I love you all

Ronald Vaughn
July 30, 2019 at 4:27 pm

What can I say about one of the most, beautiful intelligent very caring nurturing woman that loved us all ! She was the best ever. love you and miss you, Ron Vaughn.

August 5, 2019 at 12:35 pm

This is just a dream. I’m going to wake up and you’ll be getting the kids off to school! My best friend, my best neighbor, my scheming buddy. You were always there for me. You were always there for anyone who needed anything. You never judged anyone, always protective of the ones you loved, you saw the good in people, always willing to give them a second chance. Love, laughter, kids filled the house and you loved it! THEY LOVED YOU SO MUCH, this is a void that can only be filled by resurrection, so we will honor you in what we do, what we say, and who we love. We will “pay it forward” like the example you set for us. We will believe that Jesus is “the man” (like we used to say), so that your faith lives on in us even though we scream “WHY”?. We trust that peace surrounds you, and that our pain will somehow be sidelined by our memories of you, laughing, scrambling about here and there. We will take our broken hearts, and try to remember WWPD (what would Pat do), and live like you would want us to. I know, Pat, you’re already working, opening doors, for us here. I know you’ll send that cardinal, that butterfly, oh, the numbers to the lotto!!! (you always said Rob was sending us the numbers!!!) I can only say that I will miss you so very much, my dear friend and I will do my best to carry on, because you would want that.


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