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Norma "Pat" Syverson
(March 17, 1922 - February 15, 2013)

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Norma “Pat” Syverson, 90, passed away peacefully on Friday, February 15, 2013 in Hood River, OR. Pat had moved to Hood River and resided at Hawks Ridge Assisted Living since October 2010. Pat was born in Toppenish, WA on March 17, 1922. She married Oscar Syverson in Yakima, WA on October 11, 1940. Together they made their home on Dekker Rd. in Outlook, WA where they farmed for more than 30 years. They retired in 1980 and moved into Sunnyside, WA. Pat and Oscar were inseparable. They were farmers and very proud of how they earned their living. They never complained and were always thankful for their blessings. Pat farmed along side Oscar everyday. When the crops were in, they found time to hunt, fish and camp with their two children and other family members. Pat is survived by two children, daughter, Bonnie (Tom) Lanctot of Hood River, OR; son, Jack (Terri) Syverson of Roseville, CA. Pat is also survived by 5 grandchildren; Jeff (Lisa) Lanctot, Marci (Brian) Walker, Luke (Natalie) Syverson, Adam Syverson and Carly (Matt) Garreffa. She is also survived by 8 great grandchildren; Elsa, Syver, and Petra Lanctot, Chloe and Lola Walker, Tegan and Nolan Syverson and Maximus Garreffa. She also is survived by three sisters; Peggy Harris of Moses Lake, Addie Adams of Pullman and Pearle Ziegan of Cle Elum. She was preceded in death by her husband Oscar, who passed away in 1991, and three brothers; George, Bud, Bill Jones, and two sisters; Ruth Jones and Dulcie Eagle. The family is very appreciative of the love and affection shown Pat by the staff and residents of Hawks Ridge Assisted Living and by Providence Hospice of the Gorge. At Pat’s request there will be no services. There will be family graveside services at a later date. Pat’s final resting place will be next to her husband, Oscar, in the Zillah Cemetery. Those wishing to sign Pat’s online memorial book may do so at Smith Funeral Home Ltd. and Crematory in Sunnyside in charge of arrangements.


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