Patsy Anne Gorman, 76, passed away peacefully in her sleep, Monday July 1, 2019. She was born October 20, 1942 in Cedar City, Utah to Byron Maxim Gorman and Mary Elizabeth Syrett and was the second of five children.
Patsy grew up in Cedar City and graduated from Cedar High School where she sang with the school chorus. She married Hal M. Slack on August 5, 1960 and had three children. They later divorced, and she moved to Salt Lake City, Utah and married Andre H. Greeff and her fourth child was born. They later divorced. She then moved to Mesquite, Nevada to escape the snow and spent approximately six years there before moving back to Cedar City where she has lived for the past year with her two parrots. She has worked various Receptionist jobs over the years, retiring from Cookietree Bakeries, and was valued for her beautiful voice and her warm and caring nature, which always made everyone feel welcomed.
Mom loved every living creature and would often take in strays. She always had a love for birds and had several parrots over the years. She loved live plants and had no use for fake ones. Mom loved to travel and see new places and truly enjoyed going out for breakfast and visiting with family.
Patsy is survived by her 4 children; Roseanne Slack - Cedar City, UT; Angie Slack – Cedar City, UT; Jason (Kris) Slack – Cedar City, UT; and Ayme Greeff – Mesquite, NV.
Patsy is also survived by 16 Grandchildren; 19 Great Grandchildren; her birds, Lihue (Blue & Gold Macaw) and Corry (Red Lored Amazon); sister, Sharon (Gayle) Webb; brother, Gary Gorman.
She is preceded in death by her Parents; brother Thomas Henry Gorman; and sister, Therese Margaret Gorman.
Don't think of her as gone away-
her journeys just begun,
life holds so many facets-
this earth is only one.
Just think of her as resting
from the sorrows and the tears
in a place of warmth and comfort
where there are no days or years.
Think how she must be wishing
that we could know today
how nothing but our sadness
can really pass away.
And think of her as living
in the hearts of those she touched…
for nothing loved is ever lost-
and she was loved so much.
There will be no public funeral services as per her request. Please visit www.hughesmortuary.com to leave condolences for the family.