Patricia Ann Webberking

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Sep 29 1939
Jul 29 2020
80 Years
West Grove, Pennsylvania

Patricia Ann Webberking, 80, of Jenners Pond, West Grove, PA passed away on Wednesday, July 29, 2020 at the Jennersville Regional Hospital, West Grove, PA.  She was the beloved wife of Larry Amos Webberking with whom she shared 55 years of marriage with. Born in Philadelphia, PA she was the daughter of the late Helen Rebecca Mitchell Barksdale and William Gladding Barksdale.  

Pat was a 1957 graduate of the Upper Darby High School.  She attended Goshen Baptist Church in West Chester.  She enjoyed being the copilot in their private airplane alongside her husband Larry.

In addition to her husband, she is survived by two daughters; Laura Masterstefone (Kim) of Gap, PA and Sandy Webberking (Dana Collins) of Springfield, PA, one grandson Colin Bromley (Ellie) and one great-grandson, Bennett.

Services will be private at the convenience of the family.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Wilde Funeral Home of Parkesburg.  Online condolences can be posted at www.wildefuneralhome.com

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I am so saddened to hear of Pat's passing.  She and I graduated from Upper Darby High School together.  We kept in touch until I moved to Tucson, AZ.  My condolences to her family and friends.  May she rest in peace.  Georgia Boyage Heuisler

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We send our deepest sympathy to Larry, Laura, Sandy & the family.   Vicki & I are saddened to learn of the loss of Pat.  There are many fond memories we hold, of times spent with each other.  Being at home, meals, traveling and of course airplanes and airports.

 

                                                              Our love to you all,

                                                                        Vicki & Jay

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Sending love and,prayers. Pat was my dearest best friend and I loved her as if she were my older sister! We had many wonderful times together and she was always there for me. God gained am angel and we now have a guardian angel. I will truly miss my dear friend!!

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Bob and I send our deepest sympathy to you and your family.

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Just found out from my brother Kevin of Pat’s passing.  I are deeply sorry for the family loss.   We had great times throughout the years and I will always hold a great fondness in my mind and heart for Pat.  God bless.    

 

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My sincerest sympathies to the family of Patricia.  Though I did not know her, please accept my heartfeltI condolences.  I have been a long time friend of John Barksdale.

With sympathy,

Kathy Melconian

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Bob and I are so sorry for your loss.  We had a lot of great times togther and Pat and I  had many laughs at the pancake breakfasts.  We will miss her.

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Pat and Larry have been my friends for many many years Pat is I enjoyed talking with Pat being around Pat a very special lady she was Larry's Copilot and co-pilot in life I am writing this with tears I am thinking about all the times we had together I will truly Miss Pat I know if in heaven there's any organization needed Pat will be right at it God bless Pat rest in peace

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Hi Earl, Sandy is helping me figure out how to reply to your kind message.  Next we heading to the space center to pre-fleight a launch. Larry

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I love this picture!!  Pat and I always had fun at fly-ins, Sun N' Fun, Sentimentasl Journey, pancake breakfasts, lunches, weekwnds, and parties.  We never ran out of things to say or laugh about!  I will miss her.  My heart goes out to the entire family.  Love and hugs, Luan

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Thank you for your "word picture" reply. P.s. I felt the hug, Larry

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Pat was always ready to smile. Nilufar and I enjoyed Pat and Larry’s company, hearing of their adventures and very full life. We will miss her. Our deepest sympathies to Larry and his family.

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I had the pleasure of spending time with Miss Pat, at a few  of Sandy's shows. She was so kind and warm. I didn't know her that well, but she always made me feel so welcome. When she would talk to me and ask me questions about my work or life, I felt like the most important person in that moment. Her caring stare and attention made me feel heard and safe. 
My sincerest condolences for your loss. Sending you all love and light. 

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Even though I didn’t get to spend a lot of time with this beautiful woman, I feel blessed with the times I had and will remember her for not just her beauty inside and out but for her kind heart. She was a wonderful woman who was dedicated to her husband and children. When Sandy would post pics I always commented on how much she looked like her Mom. Sandy takes after her Mom I’m so many ways and her Dad for her many talents too. Heaven definitely gained an angel but she will surely be missed by so many people here. Hugs to everyone and in times like this I always think about how lucky we all are when we get to spend anytime with people like Patricia. 💗🙏💗

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Dearest Uncle Larry, Laura, Sandy & Family,

It’s been difficult trying to put into words my deepest sympathies for all of you.  The impact of Aunt Patricia’s passing has been a shock to my heart. She’s been a favorite Aunt, and my caring, gentle, funny, strong, and very wise friend. I miss her beyond words and can only imagine how you’re feeling. Prayers for your peace and assurances about where she’s gone until we all meet again. May God bless you all, keep you in His care, and ease your grief while celebrating her life and beautiful, unique legacy.  Be blessed with great memories and the comfort of friends and one another during this time.  I love you!  

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We are so sorry for the loss of your wife and mother and are sharing in your sadness. 

 

 

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Wishing your family much peace, love and light. Mrs. Webbersking was such a sweet and kind woman every time I met her. She had great strength in her mild manner. A trait I definitely see in my friend Sandy. She also had a smile that was contagious and Sandy definitely caught it :) Know that she will always be with you, wathcing and walking with you every step of the way! Our condolences and big hugs!! 

xo,

Cathey and Lysandra

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So very saddened for your family for the loss of this beautiful woman. Sandy, your Mom always welcomed me with a smile and generous warmth over the years when visiting you in your home and studio, or at your shows. I am stunned at the resemblence! What a pretty lady in all ways. She gladdened the hearts of everyone around her and will be truly missed.

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My condolences to Larry and family. What a beautiful lady inside and out. Heaven just gained another angel. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. Rest in peace Pat.

With sincere sympathy,

 

Lorraine Levers

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I will always remember Sandy’s mom, her warm smile and how she supported all of us artists. Right down to  catching all the little mistakes on our email newsletters. What an eye she had, and we knew if it passed the Patricia Webberking test we were golden!

I know the memories of Mrs. Webberking and her beautiful qualities live on in Sandy. They are rays of sunshine that continue to light the world.

Thinking of you and sending our love,

Sherry & Stoyan

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Dearest Sandy and Larry,

Stefanie, Kate & I wanted to express our sympathy for your loss of Mother, Wife and old neighbor who we will All miss.

You and Stefanie have been best friends forever with I and Kate remembering through our teenage years what good friends your Mom & Dad were of our parents. 

Take care and Love to you both.

Sincerely,

Jeff Halftown

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Sandy I'm so sorry for your loss it's such a heart wrenching experience to lose your mother. 
I know you guys were so close . 

I first met you and your mother at the Brandywine art festival. 
we were set up right next to you guys and we spoke with your mom a lot she was very sweet and kind. 
I know she was so proud of you with all you have accomplished you are like a mini clone of her I'm sure when she heard that it brightened her day. 
Her beauty was passed down to you! 
Please let me know if you need anything during this time. 
Give me a call anytime. 
We love you!  
Sherry, Steve and Rita 😘

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I'm so very sorry for your loss.  I know how much she meant to all of you and how loved she was.  I loved her, too.  I have so many memories.  My childhood intertwined with your family as if it were my own.  And it was!  She was always so strong and supportive.  Always kind, yet firm when she needed to be.  She had such a great laugh. And such a big heart.  I thought of her as another mother figure in my life.  I can't help but think she at times thought she had three daughters instead of two.  She'll be so very missed.  I love you all!

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 Dear Larry, Sandy, Laura and family, my heart goes out to you all. Patricia was always a bright light. Always kind and a joy to talk to. Lisa and I have been seeing you all at the numerous Art shows as fellow artisans. It's special bond. Even when we know our love has reached their phyiscal end of life it is still a shock and only time will heal. I pray for you all I can see her beautiful smile as I write.

Bless you all and may you find comfort in her sweet presence each day forward. She will be always be with you 🙏 in spirit. 

With Love,

Regina ❤️

 

 

 

 

 

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I didn't know Pat personally but felt a connection through all of the stories Sandy shared with me over the past 25 or more years. What I came to know about Pat, is that she was a strong, down to earth, and practical woman with a great sense of humor. I know she was a rock to Sandy and her family, and my heart goes out to all. Let her memory live on in through the stories that I never get tired of hearing. 

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Pat, and Larry, were regular contributors to our aviation group - EAA Chapter 240, based at New Garden Airport. They both attended many of our events and fund-raisers and Pat was very popular amongst our membership. Pat's absence, along with her smile, will be noticable and will sadden many of our membership. Our condolences and best wishes to Larry, Pat's family and friends. We look forward to seeing and comforting Larry at some time in the future.

 

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