S. Kesler, 78, of American Fork, passed away on Saturday,
December 6, 2014.
Pat was born on November 21, 1936 in Preston, Idaho to
Perry Walker and Delphia Mecham Packer Smith. Pat grew up
in Preston and Riverdale, Idaho and later moved to Irwin,
Idaho where she met Calvin Kesler. Pat and Calvin were married
on June 28, 1956 and the marriage solemnized on May 23,
1963 in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple. They later moved
to Tooele, Utah and began to raise their family. She worked
for the Tooele Army Depot for 30 years and retired from
DRMO in 1992. The Kesler family later moved to American
Fork in 1968 where she lived until her passing.
Pat will be remembered as a fun loving wife, mother, grandmother,
and friend. Her infectious laugh and sense of humor and
unending kindness will be cherished and remembered by all
who knew her.
Pat is survived by her husband, Calvin Dean Kesler, her
children, Michael L (Cheryl), Steven S (Michelle), Calvin
Dean Jr. (Laura), and Julie. She is also survived by her
grandchildren: Casey L. Kesler, Rachel L. Kesler, Jennifer
Anderson, Elizabeth Kesler, Jeremy Kesler, Patrick R. Kesler,
Chrystelyn A. Wise, Amanda E. Kesler, Dillon Mair, Whitley
Mair, Kiley D. Quinn, her great-grandchildren: Addison Kesler,
Christopher Kesler, Deegan Kesler, Charly Barkey, Chayce
Barkey, Parker Nelson, Robert Anderson, Kaydence Kesler,
Marcus Dean Kesler, Aurora Jade Kesler, and by her sisters,
Reva Smith and Roma Warr. She is preceded in death by her
parents, a sister, Thelma Horton, a brother, Keith Smith,
and by a grandson, Christopher M Kesler (4/6/1985).
Funeral services will be held Wednesday, December 10, 2014,
at 11:00 a.m. at the American Fork 4th LDS Ward Chapel,
455 East 300 North, American Fork. Friends and family may
call Tuesday evening from 6:00-8:00 pm and also at an additional
viewing on Wednesday morning from 9:30-10:30 am prior to
services at the church. Interment will take place in the
American Fork City Cemetery.
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