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Patricia Faye Kornegay passed away peacefully on Dec.26, 2012 at the age of 87.
She was born Jan.26, 1926 in Dilley Texas to Roy Kornegay and Teresa Obets.
Patricia worked as a young woman in clerical positions at the Board of Pardons and Paroles, the Department of Public Safety, The University of Texas at Austin, and the Texas Insurance Commission In later years she worked at The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston.
After moving to San Antonio she earned her degree from Southwest Texas State in San Marcos and began a new career as an elementary school teacher. She taught for many years at Dellview Elementary School in San Antonio as Pat Mahon. She also taught at St. Luke's Episcopal School and the Keystone Academy.
Patricia was an excellent seamstress and wood worker. She also dabbled in painting. She loved cooking for her family and trying new recipes. Patricia leaves behind her children: Ronald B. Mahon of San Antonio, Christopher R.Mahon (& wife Annie)of Hechtel-Eksel, Belgium, Janice Y. MacRossin(& husband George)of Helotes, and Heidi E. Cook (& husband Dave) of Jakarta, Indonesia.
Grandchildren include Shane Mahon, Casey MacRossin, Holly MacRossin, Chloe Cook, Lewis Cook, Beatrice Cook, and Calvin Cook. One great grandson Gaelyn Mahon.
No funeral service is planned. Donations in memory of Patricia can be made to San Antonio Youth Literacy, 1616 E.Commerce, Bldg. 2, San Antonio, TX 78205 or http://www.sayl.org/donate-to-san-antonio-youth-literacy/

My God Is No Stranger - Author Unknown
"I've never seen God but I know how I feel, it's people like you who make Him so real. It seems that I pass Him so often each day, in the faces of people I meet on my way. He's the stars in the heavens, a smile on some face, a leaf on a tree or a rose in a vase. He's winter and autumn and summer and spring. In short, God is every real wonderful thing. I wish I might meet Him more often than I do. I would if there were more people like you."

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Published in Express-News on Dec. 29, 2013
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