Patricia Kerwin, 72, of Donnelly, Idaho, formerly of Monrovia, Calif., died Aug. 15, 2013, in a Boise, Idaho, hospital.
At her request, no services were held. Her body was cremated under the direction of Aclesa Chapel, Boise, Idaho.
She was born in Paxton, Ill., on Feb. 14, 1941 and moved to southern California around 1960. She held numerous jobs, but doing electronic assembly was what she enjoyed most. She worked for Aerojet Electrical Systems in Azusa, Calif., until her retirement in 2001.
She met her future, Patrick Kerwin, in Monrovia, Calif., and they were married May 17, 1980.
The couple divided their time between Azusa and Donnelly, Idaho, where they owned a vacation home for 12 years.
She enjoyed traveling, especially to the Colorado River, the desert, Mammoth Pools, Calif., and the area around Donnelly.
She is survived by her husband, Patrick, of Azusa and Donnelly; two daughters, Jeanie Cordtz of McCall, Idaho, and Bambi Wade of Coarsegold, Calif.; and a son, Kevin Pierce of Fontana, Calif.
She was the stepmother to Paul Kerwin of La Mirada, Calif.; De Edra Burgat of Cedar City, Utah; Shauna Cox of St. George, Utah; and Danelle Kerwin of Azusa, Calif. She also had 15 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren and nieces and nephews in the Florida area. And her Many friends will miss her dearly.