Obituary of Patricia Helen Peters
Patricia Helen Peters (Kivler), age 80, of Mountain Home, passed away peacefully at her home Friday evening on October 30th, 2020 with her loving husband Eugene of 61 years by her side. After a long 8 year battle of kidney dialysis.
Patricia was born on a Beautiful Sunday in Nanticoke PA, on the 26th of May in 1940 to Helen and Clyde Kivler, Patricia was the 4th child of 7 children. Everyone who knew her called her Pat, her Father would call her Patty. Pat graduated from Nanticoke High School in 1958 where she met Eugene and they married June 27, 1959 in Nanticoke, PA. Pat was an Air Force wife, during that time they lived in California, Delaware, Florida, Texas, and Idaho. Patricia was a wonderful mom. Her eldest son Gene-Mark always said his mom was his best friend in the whole world. In 1989 Pat and her husband Gene took in their 2 grandchildren Robert and Ashley raising them as their own children. Pat would always say that Ashley was the daughter she never had.
Eugene retired from the USAF in 1981. Eugene and Pat stayed in Mountain Home. Pat said Mountain Home was her home and she and her husband would spend the rest of their lives in the house they bought back in the early 1980s. Patricia worked for Mtn Home Air Force Base at the Base Exchange and the Base Library before working for The Civil Service for The USAF Department of Defense as a Contracting Tech. Patricia Loved holding\ hosting social gatherings with family and friends. She loved reading murder mysteries, cooking, baking, she even baked wedding cakes, shopping, making wreathes with her granddaughter Ashley, and spoiling her grandchildren. Patricia Loved animals, over the years she was never without a dog or cat (or multiples) around. She had a knack for naming them to match with their personalities.
Pat was a strong woman with a huge heart. She never stopped fighting and holding on all the way up to her last breath.
Patricia is survived by her husband, Eugene of 61 years. Her two sons: Gene-Mark and Christopher. Her Grandchildren: Robert and his wife Jaymie, Ashley and her husband Jeff Shaw, Jessica and her husband Robert, Kristen, Dustin and Tyler. Her Siblings: Tom and Barbara of Pennsylvania.
She was welcomed into Heaven by her parents, Clyde and Helen, her siblings: Shirley, Emma, Jess and Jerry along with her mother-in-law Lois Peters, and so many of her pets from over the years.
The family would like to thank Dr. Meng and staff at Boise Kidney and Hypertension Institute and Liberty Dialysis for all the great care given to Pat and Gene during dialysis over the last 8 years. No services were requested by Patricia and cremation is under the direction of Rost Funeral Home, Mtn. Home, Idaho. The family asks instead of sending flowers, to please make a donation to the American Kidney fund at www.kidneyfund.org.To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Patricia Peters, please visit Tribute Store