Pat Jo Ann Corder  December 5 1934  May 29 2020

Pat Jo Ann Corder December 5 1934 May 29 2020

December 5 1934 May 29 2020
Pat’s Obituary Patsy Jo Ann Knutti Corder passed away at home May 29th after an extended illness. Pat was born December 5th, 1934 in Montpelier, Idaho to Delbert Dean Knutti and Grace Humphreys Knutti Trujillo. She graduated from Soda Springs High School class of 1953. Pat married the love of her life, Bill Corder August 30th, 1955. Most of their married life was spent in Soda Springs. After retirement, their winter months were enjoyed in Yucca, AZ. She loved desert rides and working in her yard there. She also loved to garden and crochet. Her grandkids all enjoyed spending time with her, and the school bus made their house a regular stop. There were always cookies and treats for them. Pat and Bill have 8 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. She is survived by her husband, William H. (Bill) Corder, sons Randy J. (Zella) Corder, Kevin D. Corder, Steven W. Corder, daughter Sharon M. (Curtis) Crane and one sister, Marilyn Smedley. She is preceded in death by her parents Delbert Knutti and Grace Trujillo and her sister Athalene Knutti Long. Per her wishes she will be cremated with no public services at this time. Read More

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Pat Jo Ann Corder December 5 1934 May 29 2020.

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Death notice for the town of: Soda Springs, state: Idaho

death notice Pat Jo Ann Corder December 5 1934 May 29 2020

obituary notice Pat Jo Ann Corder December 5 1934 May 29 2020

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