Patricia A Steinbach, a longtime Evergreen Colorado resident passed into God's loving arms April 20, 2021. She was born and raised in Fort Morgan Colorado, and she graduated from Fort Morgan High School. She moved to Denver where she met and married her true love, John A Steinbach.
Her interests were varied, and she enjoyed life. She was a room mother, Girl Scout leader, league bowler, bridge player, and square dancer to name a few of the activities she shared with her family. She was active with the Altar and Rosary Society at Christ the King Catholic Church. She loved the flea market and hitting the garage sales. Her passion to quilt flourished after she retired, and she had quite an eye for color. She enjoyed people and the memories shared are often of how fun she was. She was a loving, caring wife, mother, grandmother, aunt, friend, and great-grandmother.
During her professional career she worked as a draftsman for Phillips Petroleum, Intra Search Inc. and Anschutz Corporation. She raised her three daughters and kept books for the family business, City Wide Vacuum, and had several part-time jobs while the girls were in school.
She is survived by daughters Jennifer (Jerry) Stout, Susanne Meierotto and Nancy Picker; grandsons Andrew Picker (Julie McCarthy), Christopher (Jiyoon) Meierotto, Adam Picker (Jo Libertucci); great-grandchildren Riley Brockett, Rosemary Picker, Calvin Picker, and Henry Meierotto, and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by husband John A Steinbach, parents Everett and Sarah Sharp, brothers Francis, Richard, Everett, and sister Mary Diamond. May they rest in peace.
Memorial: Patricia spent many happy hours with friends at the Clements Community Center, 1580 Yarrow Street, Lakewood, CO 80214