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Patsy Ann Engstrom

06/15/1958 - 01/01/2022
Service Date: 01/14/2022
Service Time: 10:30 am
Service Location: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - 2618 N. Lindsey Rd., Mesa, AZ 85213
Visitation Date: 01/13/2022
Visitation Time: 5:30-7:30 pm
Visitation Location: Bunker's University Chapel - 3529 E. University Dr., Mesa, AZ 85213
Interment: Mountain View Cemetery

The live stream of the service can be viewed by clicking here and following the links to the Menlo Park Ward: Patsy Engstrom Live Stream

Patsy Ann Engstrom, 63, passed away peacefully on January 1, 2022 in Phoenix, Arizona after struggling with the effects of Breast Cancer. She was born in Oelwein, Iowa on June 15, 1958. Patsy’s mother, Betty, moved to Tempe, Arizona soon after Patsy was born where she was lovingly raised by her parents John and Betty Wilson along with her sisters Sally, Roberta and Nancy. Patsy had fond memories of her childhood years growing up in Tempe.

Patsy’s parents divorced and her mother moved Patsy and her younger sisters to Denver, Colorado just prior to her senior year of high school. Patsy met Ralph Curtis Engstrom in 1977 in Colorado and married on June 8, 1977 in the Salt Lake City Temple. Ralph and Patsy had 4 wonderful children: Jacob Benjamin (Sarah Corona), Lucas David (Carla Snyder), Bret Jordan (Elisabeth Heinecke), and Brooke Emmeline. Patsy loved and enjoyed her 11 grandchildren: Tyler, Hunter, Lililth, Auralee, Taryn, Connor, Luna, Dwayne, Brynn, Adele, and Penelope.

Genealogy was her greatest talent. She researched and documented volumes of her family history. Patsy not only identified her ancestors, she acquainted herself with their biographies. She had such a knack for family history and that led many people to seek her assistance in doing their own research. Her ability to perform family history research allowed her to connect a few adopted people with their biological parents.

Patsy loved to travel and visit the many wonders of the Lord’s creations. Her immediate family were able to take many vacation trips camping in the many National Parks and Forests in the western states. She loved to make a periodic trip to visit aunts, uncles, and cousins in Iowa. She was able to plan out some trips to California to enjoy Disneyland, the beach and other amusement parks. She was an excellent travel planner and knew how to find the best price to do her travel. Her husband, her sister Nancy, her daughter Brooke, and many other friends joined her on many of her different excursions to many parts of the world, including Hawaii, Alaska, Canada, Antarctica, South America, Europe, Africa and many of the islands in the Caribbean and Pacific.

Patsy is survived by her husband, her four children, ten grandchildren, her sisters, her father John Robert Wilson, and her two brothers Richard Holley (Jeanene) and Peter Holley (Amanda).

Visitation will be held on Thursday, January 13th, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm, at Bunker’s University Chapel, 3529 East University Drive, Mesa, Arizona. Funeral services will be held on Friday January 14 at 10:30 am, preceded by a visitation at 9:30 am, at the Lindsay building, 2618 North Lindsay Road in Mesa. Burial will be in the Mountain View Cemetery, 7900 E. Main Street, Mesa, Arizona.

 

Arrangements by Bunker’s University Chapel, www.bunkerfuneral.com. Should this obituary appear anywhere but bunkerfuneral.com, please check our website for accurate details and service information.

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  • So sorry for your loss. I new Patsy from school, elementary to high school. She was a happy person and her and I and our friend Karen Casto loved the osmonds we had really good times together, rest well Patsy you will be missed

  • Joseph Robinson

    Aunt Patsy was and always be the most adventurous and caring. May you always look down on us and help keep us on the right path.

  • Robert Engstrom

    Patsy will be dearly missed . God be with you Patsy.

  • Ralph – my heart felt condolences to you and your family. Your work family will be keeping you in our thoughts and prayers until you are able to join us again. We will all be waiting right here to give you support in the days to come. Hugs – Kendra Befort

  • We love Aunt Patsy and miss her already!

  • Patsy was a terrific aunt. I have found memories visiting her home each summer and swimming in her pool. I’m grateful for her life.

  • I miss her sweet woman. God with you in peace. We will meet you again

  • So sorry to lose such an ardent fan of family history and of life. God Bless You, Ralph and family.

  • Oh, Patsy! You have been on my mind! Thank you for your friendship, your kindness when I lost my mind, and help with family history. I can see you are needed on the other side. Save me a seat!

  • Ralph, sorry to hear about your wife. I enjoyed talking with her in Florida, and I’m sure she will be missed.

  • Ralph – Please accept my deepest condolences and prayers. My thoughts are with you and your family. I hope in this close knit big family you are surrounded by love. I’m sure she will be missed but I hope you can find peace in her memories over time.

  • I am so sorry.

  • We had our family issues but, I will always love you. ❤

  • My sincere condolences. May sweet and special memories of Patsy provide comfort and peace to all who knew and loved her.
    Thoughts and prayers.

  • Ralph,
    Your family is in my thoughts and prayers, so sorry for your loss.

  • Ralph, Though I didn’t know Patsy I do know you. Therefore, she must have been a great person. I donated to the National Genealogical Society in her memory.

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