Patricia Ann "Pat" Landgrebe, age 76 of Newton, passed away on Tuesday, May 8, 2018 at Iowa Methodist Medical Center. There will be a Celebration of Life on Saturday, May 12, 2018, at 10:30 a.m. at the Wittemberg Church in Newton. The family will greet friends during a luncheon following the celebration of life. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the family.
The daughter of George and Mae Thomas, Pat was born on May 26, 1941, in Centerville, Iowa. She graduated from Centerville High School. On January 3, 1960, she was united in marriage to Don Landgrebe. Pat worked doing customer service for Skiff Hospital, Vernons, Newton Manufacturing, and Lauterbachs.
Those left to honor her memory include her beloved husband of 58 years, Don, and four children; Lori (Dave) Daehler, Jim (Angie) Landgrebe, Becky (Scott) McNaul, Kathy (Dave) Hummel; Nine grandchildren: Donavan Landgrebe, Cassie (Robbie) McNaul, Katie (Beau) VanSickle, Kourtney (Evan) Klosterboer, Zach (Taylor) McNaul, Kenzi (Nate) Hummel, Troy (Sarah) Daehler, Grant and Kyle Landgrebe; five great grandchildren: Kayson and Karsyn Klosterboer, Braxton and Bridget Lewis, Audrey McNaul.
Preceding her in death were her parents, brothers, sisters, and her beloved granddaughter, Alisha Jane Landgrebe.
Thoughts and prayers to Lori and Becky and all their family in this difficult time...
My aunt Pat. Baby sister to my Dad, awesome sister in law to my mother and deeply loved aunt to me. Always positive, always smiling and always laughing. Except when she gave her onery look of disapproval to Uncle Don just before they would disagree about an iisdue in a way that only two people deeply in love could do. I loved it. Even when I would call they would lovingly disagree in the background of my conversation with Aunt Pat talking really loudly so uncle Don could hear her argument and then Aunt Pat whispering to my about how she”got his goat”. AND LAUGHING! You will be remembered with the love you shared and the warmth and welcome you always made me feel when I was with you. All my love to uncle Don, Lori, Jim, Becky, Kathy and your families. Karla
I am so sorry for your loss. I am so grateful to have met pat and her family. My deepest sympathy for Don and family. With sympathy
Jim and family, my heartfelt sympathies for your loss. Pat was a lovely lady.
Pat was the nicest person that I have met. I am thankful that I was able to get to know her after Jim married my sister. She was so kind to everyone! I know that you are hugging Alisha! You will be missed.
Oh my, I loved Pat so much. I worked with her at NMC in customer service. The funniest thing I remember about her is this: when they introduced electric typewriters to us, Pat was the one that got it first. We had to laugh at her everything she leaned forward to "White Out" a mistake. Her boobs would hit the keys and start typing.We teased her unmercifully. She was a great lady.
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