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Sponsored obituary: Patricia (Pat) Joanne Hargis

Patricia Joanne Hargis, 74 passed away at her home February 14, 2006 in Boise, ID. Patricia was born November 20,1931 in Waukegan, IL to Melvin and Midred Klump. She was one of three children. She graduated from high school in Des Plaines, IL. Pat married Richard Swindell in 1949 and they had four children. She and her children later moved to Orange County, CA in 1964. Pat married Verne J. Treloar in December 1969, and they resided in Garden Grove, CA until 1983. Pat and her husband then moved to Grass Valley, CA that same year. She and her husband lived in Grass Valley until his passing in 1993. On July 14, 1997, Patricia married Donald Hargis, and they moved to Meridian, ID in April 2003. The couple later moved to Boise in 2006.

Patricia, during her lifetime was a waitress, worked in an aircraft canopy factory in CA, was manager of the deli at Golden Empire Market for several years, clerk at Alta Sierra Market and as Assistant Manager at Breuer’s Western Clothing Store for six years. While in Grass Valley, Patricia was involved in American Legion Auxiliary activities, Nevada City Elks Club and various social functions in Grass Valley.

Surviving Patricia is her devoted husband of nine years, Donald; her daughter Kathie Lyon of Boise; daughter Trudy Smith of Parker, TX; son James Swindell of Orange, CA; daughter Karen Ortiz of Colorado Springs; David Hargis of San Jose, CA; George Hargis of Green River, WY; Steven Hargis of Greeley, CO, and Shelli Hargis of Casper, WY. Pat is also survived by 25 grand children and 11 great grand children. Other survivors include her brother, Robert of Marietta, CA, and her sister, Mary See of West Jordan, UT.

Patricia was preceded in death by her parents, stepfather and husband Verne Treloar. Memorial services will be held at Cloverdale Funeral Home, Saturday, February 25 at 11:00 am. Interment will be in Greenwood Memorial Gardens, Grass Valley, CA at a later date.

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