Patricia Lois Drury

Colorado Springs, Colorado


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Patricia Lois Martin Drury was born on December 28, 1933 in Valentine, Nebraska and spent her childhood in Ness City, Kansas. She graduated from Ness City High School where she played on the basketball team, was a member of the National Honor Society, and listed in Who's Who of Kansas. She...

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Dear Nolan, Cindy and Nancy,

The service for Pat yesterday was beautiful. I Know she will be missed by all for a long time. We enjoyed Japan, Ireland, and Spain with the macificant 7 as we were known. I am glad you sisters have each other to lean on and know you will carry out Pat's wishes. Her laughter will always remain in our heart.
Ken and Joyce Kentner

Dear Nolan,

I just want you to know how I loved Patricia so much.....always saving me a seat at rotary, and us talking the entire time......I so loved her and beautiful smile and laughter. She will never be forgotten and holds a special place in my hear.

Lots of Love
Brad and Judy, Judy, Judy, Brackel

Dear Nolan,

Love and prayers for you at this time of tears and longing in your life.

I remember when you and Pat stood on the church corner in 1978 and prayed with me and my daughters, Lisa and Kim. I needed a job and had been searching for for 1 1/2 years. Pat had such optimism! And I had a job Monday morning as a teacher in Harrison Dist #2. Thank you for that prayers and your continued friendship through the years! I can just see Pat smiling and making her way...

My concolence goes out to your family in your time of loss, may the god of all comfort give you comfort.

Dear Nolan, Cindy, Nancy, and families,

I grew up in Bazine/Ness City,Kansas, but really came to know Pat well during our CWC years. She was a dear, dear friend and I will miss her so very much.

Joan Rowe Kendrick
Edmond, Oklahoma

Dear Mr Drury, Nancy, Cindy and families,

I am so sorry for your great loss. I have such wonderful memories of your Mom from our growing up days in Skyway. It seems like our families lives were so connected from Skyway Elementary, to First Presbyterian Church, to Republican politics, to Young Life. Now, very sadly, pancreatic cancer. I will always remember your Mom for her kindness, her sweet spirit and her strong faith in our Lord. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

She was my favorite teacher in Elementary School. I will always remember the Popcorn dance, Amos Moses and square dancing, but most of all, the memories of all of us singing Pumpkin Carols in the Library from It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown and singing Christmas Carols by her silver Christmas tree. I so looked forward to her music class. She had such a love for music and for life itself, that showed through every day at school. I consider myself blessed for knowing her and for being...

We were Pat's housekeepers for about 3 years and came very attached to her and her husband so we feel his pain. We came to love her and cosider her someone special to us and a part of our family as well! We will always remember her smiling like she did every time we saw her and we will truly miss her very very much.. Our condolences to Mr. Nolan, her daughters Nancy and Cindy and her family.

Norma and Marie