In Memory

Patsy Witthuhn (Huff) - Class Of 1965

Patsy Ann Huff
Patsy Huff - Paper Picture

HAYS, Kan. — Patsy Ann Huff, age 67, died Thursday, September 25, 2014, at the Good Samaritan Society of Hays.

She was born January 28, 1947, in LaCrosse, Kansas, to Lester and Elizabeth (Houser) Witthuhn. She married Jim Haas and later separated, then married Ronald R. O’Connor on August 25, 1978, and he died April 30, 1992. She then married Randy L. Huff on August 23, 1993, and he died February 20, 2012.

She worked 15 years for the Ellis County District Court and then 14 years for the Hays SRS Office. She retired early due to her health and was a graduate of Hays High School. During her working years she was very active in the Hays Tavern Dart League.

Survivors include three sons, Jeff Haas, Denver, CO; Blue Haas and fiancé, Adrienne Young, Pagosa Springs, CO; Chris Haas and fiancé, Ursula Hudson, Pagosa Springs, CO; her father, Lester Witthuhn and wife, Elaine, Hays, KS; three step daughters, Julie Huff, Roeland Park, KS; Raina Huff, Hays, KS; Heather Lyman and husband, Chad, Ellis, KS; one brother, Lester “Butch” Witthuhn and wife, Mary, Hutchinson, KS; two sisters, LuAnn Gore and husband, Steve, Hershey, PENN; Louise Roy and husband, Randy, Abilene, TX; two step brothers, Tim Wilson and wife, Wendi, Fort Myers, FL; David Wilson, Atlanta, GE; two step sisters, Debbie Boehler and husband, Steve, Oklahoma City, OK; Jackie Fitz, Gibsonton, FL; seven grandchildren, Kylie Wiesner, Amelie Haas, Simone Haas, Caden Huff, Carson Jones, Holden Lyman and Bryson Lyman.

She preceded in death by her mother, her two husbands.

Services are 10:00 A.M. Saturday, October 4, 2014, at Cline’s Mortuary of Hays, 1919 East 22nd Street, Hays, Kansas 67601. Inurnment in Mount Allen Cemetery Hays, Kansas.

The family will receive friends from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. Friday, and from 9:30 to 10:00 A.M. Saturday, at Cline’s Mortuary of Hays. Memorial to the Good Samaritan Society Hays, Kansas.

Condolences can be sent via email to clinesmortuary@eaglecom.net.



 
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06/03/15 01:56 PM #1    

Linda Booth (Hein) (1965)

Patsy and I were good friends. Her Dad came here with the oil fields and they lived over on Missouri Avenue. The last time I talked to her was on the phone and her husband said she had a series of small strokes and she was having a lot of memory problems, short term mostly. This was several years ago and she had since moved into a care facility. At least a couple of her boys are fantastic artists. I remember Jeff as a young man and Chris and Chad as darling little boys the last time I saw them. Patsy was a wonderful girl and I'm sorry I didn't drive down to Hays to visit more often. Lesson learned...if you know a friend or classmate is not well, take the time to write, call or visit. You may not have another chance. Linda


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