Obituary: Patricia “Pat” Pearl Railsback
October 25, 2018
March 17, 1943- October 22, 2018
Patricia Pearl Stewart was third child born to Harry Charles Stewart and Harriett Mable Miles Stewart on Wednesday, March 17, 1943. She was born and raised in and around the Oak Creek and Morrison Creek area. She attended Oak Creek Grade School & Oak Creek Union High School. Pat married Allen (Butch) LeRoy Wilson Sr March 5th, 1960. To this union six children were born, four sons and two daughters. She later married Russell Ray Railsback in 1977. They were to celebrate their 41st wedding anniversary on December 10th, 2018. Pat and Russ made their home in Phippsburg, Colorado where they finished raising their six children. She worked outside the home for many years but she felt her main job was raising her children. She had many interests. She was very active in the First Baptist Church of Yampa. Her faith extended to her family, her community, and mission groups.Colorado Mission Service; Colorado Campers on Mission.
Pat was proceeded in death by her father Harry C Stewart, mother Harriett M Nunn, sister Edna V Hunter, brother Donald R McElhinney. She is survived by her husband Russell Ray Railsback of Benson, AZ. Her six children, Allen L (Laurie) Wilson Jr of Billings, MT; Rory L (Patrizia) Wilson of Maricopa, AZ; Rodney L (Lori) Wilson of Grand Junction, CO; Deborah L (Bill) Koler of Hayden, CO; Kami K (David) Long of Oak Creek, CO; Patrick L (Carolyn) Wilson of Queen Creek, AZ; Sixteen Grandchildren; twenty two Great Grandchildren (& one on the way), one sister Betty I (Jerald) Koler; one sister in law Mariea (CC) Conner, five nieces & four nephews and many great nieces & nephews and great-greats.
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