Stevie Ann Pattison

Obituary

Posted: Thursday, September 08, 2005

 

  Stevie Ann Pattison

Stevie Ann Pattison

Kenai resident Stevie Ann Pattison died Sunday, July 24, 2005, in Nikiski. She was 15.

A funeral service was held Monday, Aug. 1, in St. Mary's. Pastor Ted Kessler officiated. Burial was in St. Mary's Mission Cemetery. Pallbearers were Vincent Kinzy, Nick Thompson, Thomas Hart Jr., Joshua Bogdanski, Allen Andrews and Tim Afcan Jr.

Stevie was born Nov. 9, 1989, in Biloxi, Miss., to Jeffrey and Antoinette Pattison. She attended Kalifornsky Christian Church and completed the ninth grade at Kenai Central High School.

"Stevie loved everything about music. She would listen to it, play it and write down her favorite lyrics. She wanted to become a singer when she grew up. Stevie loved spending time with her friends. She missed them when she was not with them," her family said.

"For those of you who knew Stevie, please keep her in your prayers. Everyone who knew her will miss her greatly. We miss her smile, her company, laughter, and all the good memories of her."

She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Andy and Amadeus Kinzy; and uncles, Patrick Kinzy and Joseph Kinzy.

She is survived by her father, Jeffery Pattison; mother, Antoinette Pattison; grandparents, Edward and Adrienne Pattison; brothers, Shawn and Brett Pattison; and sister, Rhiannon Pattison.

Arrangements were made by Evergreen Memorial Chapels in Anchorage.



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