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Patricia T. Webb

May 21, 2024

Patricia T. Webb passed away peacefully on May 18, 2024, at the age of 73. She was born on November 26, 1950, in Salt Lake City to Joseph F. Tezak and Edna Venstra Tezak. She was the only child. She attended Bishop Glass and Franklin Elementary, Saint Mary’s of the Wasatch, and West High School where she graduated in the class of 1969. Pat worked at Mountain Bell as a long-distance telephone operator. She met Duncan J. Webb in 1967 and they were married on April 3, 1970. They just celebrated their 54th wedding anniversary. They had two children, 9 grandchildren, and recently two great grandchildren. Pat loved to camp and fish anywhere. She liked to go to car races, including sprint car, Nascar and Indy car. Pat and Jay were involved in building and enjoying street rods. They traveled with their friends to many local and out of state street rod events. Pat was a designated chauffeur. She would jump in their 1970 Camaro z28 and take the kids shopping, fishing or to their jobs at Lagoon. She always drove the car like she stole it. She really liked to drive that car. She loved to do word search books as well as adult coloring books until the neuropathy in her hands made it difficult to hold the pencils. She loved her kids, grandchildren, and great grandchildren unconditionally. Pat is survived by her husband Jay, her son Jay P. (Wendy), her daughter Heather Jo (Mack) Taylor, 9 grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents, grandparents, cousins, and niece. Pat will always be remembered for being fun to be around, someone who liked to sing the songs that her Grandparents taught her, she loved a good joke, and she would always be there to help.

Pat is at peace now; she is out of pain and reunited with her family.

Until we meet again, I will always love you Pat.

Viewing and funeral will be at Myers Mortuary 5865 S 1900 W, Roy, UT. Thursday evening May 23rd 6-8 pm viewing Friday, May 24th viewing 11:30-12:45. Funeral is at 1:00 pm. Afterwards she will be taken to the West Haven Cemetery where she will be laid to rest.