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Posted: Thursday, October 17, 2013 9:46 am

Longtime Poncha Springs resident Patricia “Pat” Sigmier, 89, died Sept. 30, 2013, in Farmington, N.M.

She lived in Poncha Springs for more than 36 years, working alongside her husband, Robert A. Sigmier.

Mrs. Sigmier was active in the arts community in Poncha Springs and Salida.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Benjamin “Ben” Sweeney and Elizabeth “Betty” Sweeny/Beal.

Survivors include her husband; son, Todd “Doc” Sigmier; daughter, Leigh Sigmier-Foster; granddaughter Lauren Cardin; and her step-family, David Foster and his daughters, Katrina and Kim.

No public funeral or large memorial service is scheduled, but family members said they would appreciate neighbors and friends sharing their memories of her.

Arrangements were through Alternative Choice in Farmington.

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  • James Greene posted at 6:36 pm on Sun, Dec 14, 2014.

    PipeSmoknMan Posts: 0

    Hello, Although I did not have the esteem pleasure of knowing Patricia, I know of her family that resided in Kansas City Missouri, through my research work. Her Grandfather, Ernest was a coal man & was Vice President of the G-B-S Coal fields in the Fort Scott area. Later, Ernest became involved with Keith & Perry Coal in Deepwater, working his way up & eventually named President of Central Coal & Coke Company, also of Deepwater Missouri/Kansas City Missouri. Her Dad Ben A. Sweeney, was a pilot in the Great War & crashed a plane in Coffeyville Kansas, circa 1919, killing one passenger, a H.O. Eviston, salesman for the G-B-S Coal Company. Ben died in 1962, & along with his Dad, Ernest, both are buried in Mount Washington Cemetery-Heritage Gardens, in Independence Missouri. Her Great grandparents are buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Fort Scott Kansas. She looked like a darling woman, full of life & the Spirit of an Angel. I wish I'd known her!


     


    James Green


    Overland Park, KS

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