Patricia Lee Webb, 92, of Lakewood, Colorado passed away on Monday, July 20, 2020. Patricia was born January 29, 1928 and raised in Independence, Kansas as Patricia Harris (Patsy). She graduated valedictorian from Independence High School before attending the University of Kansas, graduating Phi Beta Kappa with a B.A. in Home Economics and was also a member of the Tri Delta Sorority. She returned to Independence to marry her high school sweetheart , William Webb, to whom she was happily married for 66 and ½ years until William’s death in September 2017. They moved from Independence to Topeka, Kansas before permanently relocating to Denver, Colorado in 1960, living in the same residence in Lakewood from 1963 on.
Patricia was a homemaker in Lakewood and enjoyed being involved in many activities including politics from the 1960s to the 1990s, serving as a precinct captain, Jefferson County Republican Committee Woman and election judge with a passion for conservative values. She was also a long time member of PEO, an organization dedicated to furthering educational causes. Patricia was most passionate about living her Christian faith daily, involving herself with several churches and Christian organizations and serving as a Sunday School teacher, elder at Bear Creek Presbyterian Church, leader in Bible Study Fellowship and source of spiritual strength to all. She was also an avid football fan, rooting in particular for the hometown Denver Broncos with the fervor and dedication of a true ‘Broncomaniac’.
Far more significant than what Patricia did was who she was; a blessing to everyone. Those who knew her would point to her sweet, caring and kind character, always thinking of others and always there to lend an ear or a hand in both good times and bad, gladly spending endless hours on the phone or in person comforting others. She was a loving wife, mother, daughter, relative, friend and confidant that touched so many lives in the most positive way possible, loving as Jesus would. Her values and morals were exemplary, consistent and always put into practice. Most importantly, she was a tremendous woman of faith, a mighty Christian who loved the Lord Jesus Christ very much, serving Him first and foremost in thoughts, words and actions everyday. She was fond of saying, “I’ll see Him soon”.
She is survived by her sons, Tom (Laura) and Dan, grandchildren Megan Koepsell (Drew) , Amy Borger (Ryan) and Todd (Maddie), great-grandchildren Riley, Josie and Lucy Borger, and Will Koepsell. She was preceded in death by her father Wayne and her mother Sharlin. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations are made to the PEO EO Chapter or HOW101 (supporting at risk children and young mothers in Uganda). To send condolences or leave a special message for the family, please visit www.Newcomerdenver.com.